Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
Environment Division
For The Next Seven Generations
Air Quality Program
Brownfields
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Water Resource Program
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Benzene Program
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Sulfur Oxides
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H. Indoor Air in Mohawk Homes
Radon - What Are Our Risks
Radon Update
Styrene Air Monitoring
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IEN Newsletter 2002-2006
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Ethnobotany
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Grasse River
Alcoa East
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Information Systems Program

The Information Systems Program supports the information technology and data management needs of the Division Programs. The program has grown from one to five employees during the past ten years with the application and receipt of over $650,000 in federal grant technology funds.

Personnel have the knowledge and expertise to manage grants, administer and maintain the Division's computer network, provide data entry and archiving services, develop and maintain web-based services, produce educational videos and tools, and supply Geographic Information Services, equipment and training.

The IS Program has implemented a Tribal node client service with the USEPA for the exchange of air and water quality sampling data with the USEPA. The SRMT has the distinction of being the first Tribe to have a functioning client node and first agency to develop and submit air quality sampling data in Extensible Markup Language (XML) through the Central Data Exchange.