Native Dispute Resolution Network

A resource for those seeking assistance from a collaborative conflict resolution practitioner where American Indian, Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian people and environmental, natural resource or public/trust lands (including cultural property and sacred sites) issues are involved.

Using the Network

The Network is a resource for everyone - individuals, agencies, and organizations seeking practitioners to assist with collaborative conflict resolution and planning related to a wide variety of situations. Network Members include American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and other practitioners who work with Native peoples. Network practitioner members have experience with environmental, natural resource and public/trust lands issues as well as experience resolving disputes involving Native people or communities.

If you are seeking assistance or would like a referral to Network members please contact Lauren Nutter at nativenetwork@ecr.gov or (202) 540-1040

Joining the Network

American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and other dispute resolution practitioners and partners are invited to join the Network. Please click on the links to the right for information. You can join at any time. There is no deadline for submission of materials.

If you have comments about the Network or questions about joining, contact Lauren Nutter at nativenetwork@ecr.gov or (202) 540-1040.

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