Please follow links for Divisions
or use Staff Directory to find
contact info for all YTEP staff
Kathleen Sloan, Ph.D.
(541) 251-3159 cell
(707) 482-1822 ext. 1009 office
(707) 954-1996 cell
(707) 482-1822 ext. 1002 office
Pollution Prevention Division email@example.com
(707) 954-0637 cell
(707) 482-1822 x 1012 office
15900 Hwy 101 N
PO Box 1027
Klamath, CA 95548
The Yurok Tribe Environmental Program's (YTEP) mission is to protect the lands, air and water resources of the Yurok Reservation for the benefit of current and future generations of tribal members.
YTEP staff utilize science, traditional knowledge and environmental regulation for the purposes of enhancing tribal sovereignty and expanding environmental regulatory authority of the Tribe to promote and protect these resources within the Yurok Reservation.
The Water Division focuses on protecting water resources for the Yurok Tribe through monitoring, research and permitting. Programs in this division include Water Quality, Tribal WQ Permitting, Wetlands, and Hydrology ...Learn more
The Community and Ecosystems Division focuses on the interactions between environmental conditions and community health. Programs in this division include: Air Quality, Pesticides, Environmental Health, Climate Change, Brownfields and Environmental Research... Learn more.
The Pollution Prevention Division focuses on protecting Yurok Reservation resources and lands through the integrated prevention and remediation of solid and hazardous waste. Programs in this division include the Underground Storage Tank Program, Solid Waste Management, Recycling, Source Water Assessment and Protection, Hazardous Materials Response, Environmental Complaints Investigation... Learn more.
Non Point Source Pollution Assessment Report and
The Yurok Tribe is revising its Non Point Source Pollution Assessment Report and Management Plan. This document is available for public review and comment from December 20, 2012 to January 20, 2012.
Hard copies are available for viewing at the Klamath and Weitchpec Tribal Offices and electronically. Comments will be accepted in writing or electronically.
Please submit comments by Monday January 21, 2013 at 5pm. Comments can be made electronically in track changes and emailed to Ken Fetcho at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed in hard copy to:
Attn: Ken Fetcho Yurok Tribe Environmental Program PO BOX 1027 Klamath, CA 95548.
Yurok NPS Assessment and Plan Appendices December 2012
Yurok NPS Assessment and Plan Public Release Draft with Figures December 2012