New Year, New NTAA Website and Logo!

We are pleased to announce NTAA’s updated logo and website designed to better represent and serve Tribal Air Quality Programs! NTAA’s new website will help Tribes easily get the information they need to help advance and understand air quality and climate change policy. In addition to many of the same policy resources available for Tribes, there is a specific page for new “airheads.” Please let us know what you think about the new website and logo! You can find NTAA’s new website at



Washington Post – Amid shut-off woes, a beacon of energy

Jana Ganion, energy director for the Blue Lake Rancheria tribe, stands in front of a solar array on the reservation. Its microgrid allowed the power to stay on, and the tribe shared electricity with neighbors. Photo credit: Mason Trinca for The Washington Post.