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Blackfeet Environmental Office - Protecting the Blackfeet Nation's Natural Resources
Blackfeet Environmental Office, Blackfeet Nation, Browning, Montana
 

Blackfeet Environmental Office

 
   

ATTENTION: Public Opinion Meetings on the Blackfeet Tribe's Aquatic Lands Protection Ordinance POSTPONED.

The Blackfeet Environmental Office must postpone the public opinion meetings on the development and implementation of the Blackfeet Tribe's Aquatic Lands Protection Ordinance (Ordinance 90-A).

There is currently no date set for the new meetings; they are expected to occur sometime in September or October.

The Blackfeet Environmental Office apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused and encourages anyone to contact the office at 338-7421 with questions.


"Protecting Our Natural Resources and Environment"

North Entrance to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation with Chief Mountain in the background.  Metal warriors by Jay Labor, enrolled member of the Blackfeet Nation


The mission of the Blackfeet Environmental Office is to:

"Protect, preserve and enhance the environment of the Blackfeet Reservation and carry out environmental stewardship through development and implementation of environmental policies and regulations.

The goal of these policies and regulations is to protect the health and welfare of the Blackfeet Nation's people and its natural and ecological resources.



On March 1, 1993, the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council, by resolution, officially recognized the Blackfeet Environmental Office as a Tribal Department.

 
         




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