Blackfeet Environmental Office - Protecting the Blackfeet Nation's Natural Resources
 

Blackfeet Aquatic Lands
Protection Ordinance 90-A

 
   

What is Ordinance 90-A?

Ordinance 90A was created to protect water quality and wetlands on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation for present and future generations. The Blackfeet Environmental Office issues permits to persons wishing to conduct work in all water bodies, aquatic and riparian lands, and wetlands on the Blackfeet Reservation.



Blackfeet Environmental Office, Blackfeet Nation, Browning Montana.
David Spotted Eagle
Blackfeet Ordinance 90-A Coordinator

Phone: 406.338.7421
Fax: 406.338.7451

Email



The Aquatic Lands Protection Ordinance 90-A was passed by Tribal Resolution in December of 1993 and it was managed by the Blackfeet Water Resources Department until 2002 when management was delegated to the Blackfeet Environmental Office.
Increased growth and development on the Reservation is resulting in increased impacts on water and aquatic lands. It is important to regulate activities to minimize negative effects on the waters and aquatic resources of the Blackfeet Tribe.
Comprehensive protection of aquatic lands is critical to the preservation of fish, wildlife, vegetation, and the maintenance of water quality on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

 
         



 Aquatic Lands Protection Ordinance 90-A Forms





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