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National Environmental Education Foundation
Tribal Lands Day

Tribal Lands Day

Tell us how your Tribe is making a difference!  September 28, 2013

On September 28th, 2013, the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) invites tribal communities to highlight their conservation achievements as part of Tribal Lands Day. The goal of Tribal Lands Day is to recognize the work that tribal land managers and communities are doing on tribal lands while supporting and encouraging additional volunteer, outdoor recreation and environmental education events. 

We invite you to explore the links below to learn more about Tribal Lands Day and how you can get involved:

About Tribal Lands Day

Read more about how Tribal Lands Day supports healthy lands, healthy people and tribal culture. Read more >

Get Involved

NEEF would like to hear about the work that tribes and tribal communities are doing to promote local stewardship and restore ecologically and culturally significant land.  Find out how your tribe or tribal organization can become a part of the 2013 Tribal Lands Day. Read more >


Need help hosting a Tribal Lands Day event in your community?  The resource page offers suggestions for activities and provides links to resources to help you plan your event.  Read more >

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Answers to frequently asked questions regarding Tribal Lands Day.  Read more >