California Native American Tribal Relations: Training

The availability of the following training information and resources are CalEPA’s step forward toward meeting our “commitment to educate appropriate staff, to become informed about the cultural setting of California Native Americans, their environmental issues and Tribal histories, for the purpose of improving CalEPA’s understanding of and connection to California Native American Tribes.” The views and opinions expressed by the training presenters are not necessarily the views of CalEPA.

Tribal Sovereignty Training

  • May 2012 Presentation: Currently being re-edited to make ADA compliant and will be re-posted as soon as it is available.

Cultural Resources Sensitivity Training

  • June 2012 Presentation: Currently being re-edited to make ADA compliant and will be re-posted as soon as it is available.

Also from the Governor’s Office of Tribal Affairs

CULTURAL HUMILITY: Basics for Working with California Native Americans The goal of this presentation is to give State professionals working with California Native Americans a better understanding of the issues and backgrounds of Native American populations in California in support of the ongoing process of cultural awareness and understanding.