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A Crucial and Timely Conference on

Tribal Consultations

What's new and important now; strategies for success for all participants

September 16 & 17, 2021

Pacific Time Zone

As a value added bonus, you'll receive access to downloadable audio and video recordings at no additional charge.

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Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

How the federal approach to Tribal consultation has changed under the Biden Administration

Update on Washington state agency guidelines including recognition of customary Tribal law and traditional religious practices

Impact of federal and state Environmental Justice initiatives

How Tribal Establishment of Protected Zones of Interest can trigger consultation requirements

Using Tribal law to impose higher environmental protection standards

Common implementation issues for Tribal codes

Tips for obtaining EPA Treatment as a State (TAS) status

Identifying and closing consultation loopholes

Recent Canadian legal developments on aboriginal rights and the opportunities for transboundary consultations

New case law on when failure to consult is grounds for reversing an agency action

Tips for setting up Tribal review and engagement processes for consultation requests

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Faculty Bios

Andrew Fuller, Andrew Fuller, Program Co-Chair, focuses primarily on environmental and natural resource matters at Ogden Murphy Wallace. This includes assisting Tribes with the development and implementation of their Tribal Environmental Programs.

Amelia Marchand, Amelia Marchand, Program Co-Chair, is the Director of the Environmental Trust Department for the Colville Confederated Tribes. In this role, she coordinates planning of the Department's six management areas to support, protect, and enhance subsistence uses, ecological functions, and regulatory codes of the Colville Tribes.

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