The State and Tribal Government Working Group (STGWG) held its spring meeting in St. Louis on May 10-12, 2022. Representatives from 13 states and eight tribes attended the meeting, joined by officials from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. STGWG continues to focus on the three priorities of long-term stewardship (LTS), natural resource damage assessment and restoration (NRDAR) and tribal issues.
STGWG convenes representatives from states and Native American tribes that host or are otherwise affected by DOE sites or facilities associated with the production and cleanup of the nuclear weapons complex. NCSL provides staff support to this group through a cooperative agreement with the DOE.
- STGWG State and Tribal – Joint Business Session
- STGWG Session with DOE Senior Officials – Opening Remarks and Priorities
- Sacred Sites Memorandum of Understanding – Federal Update and Sharing Tribal Perspectives | Presentation 1 | Presentation 2
- Effective Communication and Information Sharing to Support Long-Term Stewardship Planning and Implementation
- Roadmaps for Success - Understanding Natural Resource Trustee Roles and Responsibilities | Presentation
- Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Overview and Community Opportunities | Presentation
- Evaluating and Addressing PFAS at EM Cleanup Sites | Presentation
- STEM – Understanding Community Priorities to Support Future Generations | Presentation 1 | Presentation 2
- Sharing Knowledge: Next Steps for Tribal Environmental Monitoring | Presentation