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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - natural resources from an active management perspective
    Reservation Areas of operation include Administration Air Quality Agriculture Environmental Services Wildlife Fisheries and Parks and Water Resources Water quality monitoring using standards set by the Hualapai Tribe and approved by the EPA for Hualapai Lands while striving to preserve and protect our resources for future generations We have always been the guardians of these resources and we are so today Delbert Havatone Chairman past The Hualapai Department of Natural Resources offers the following website as a source of public education and outreach Please browse our pages and see our efforts to protect the environment and the natural resources of the Hualapai Reservation Hualapai Natural Resources Website Click here to Enter Our Site Hualapai Natural Resources Website Advisory Links to other Hualapai Tribal departments programs and organizations provided below will take you away from the Hualapai Natural Resources Website General Information on the Hualapai People http en wikipedia org wiki Hualapai people Hualapai Tourism endeavors Grand Canyon West Resort Corporation http www grandcanyonwest com Visit the Hualapai Tribes Website http hualapai nsn gov Hualapai Tribe Education http hualapai nsn gov services education education program Hualapai Game Fish http hualapai nsn gov services game fish Dedicated to the monitoring and management

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources

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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - Organization and Mission
    Junior Rodeo Beach Stabilization Grand Canyon River Management Water Wildlife EPA Introduction Hunting Regulations EPA Network Readiness Links to USGS Stream Guages Desert Bighorn Sheep Monitoring Stations Education and Outreach Rocky Mountain Elk Pollutions Prevention Water Quality Monitoring Pronghorn Antelope Wetlands Bio Monitoring Drought Contingency Plan Partners for Wildlife Projects Watershed Management Water for Grand Canyon West Endangered Fish Rearing Facility National Wetlands Newspaper Colorado River Water Allocation Wildlife Improvement

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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - Organization and Mission
    to business content and questions only Please do not solicit or send mailers Administration Donald E Bay email Don Administrative Assistant VACANT VACANT Assistant Director Annette Bravo email Annette Agricultural Program VACANT VACANT Air Quality Program Kerry Christensen email Kerry Environmental Services Don E Bay email Don Forestry Charles Murphy 928 769 2267 email Charles Web site Development Joe Montana email Joe Senior Scientist Kerry Christensen email Kerry Water Resources

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  • Hualapai Department - Site Contents

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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - Organization and Mission
    via MapQuest com Google 2013 MapQuest 2015 Google Please have a look at our Business Listing as well Click Here for the Listing The current Department organization consists of the following Programs Administration Air Quality Agriculture Environmental Services Forestry Water Resources and Wildlife Fisheries Parks The Hualapai Tribe controls approximately one million acres of land adjoining 108 miles of the Grand Canyon South Rim by an Executive Order which created the Hualapai Reservation in 1883 The Hualapai Tribe Hwal Bay also known as the People of the Tall Pines live in lands of spectacular beauty and variety with rolling hills rugged mesas breathtaking cliffs ponderosa pine forests deep gorges seeps and springs which contain significant natural resources and are home to an abundance of wildlife vegetation and macro invertebrate life The Hualapai Department of Natural Resources strives to ensure the health of the land through a continued goal of education outreach and sustainable management The youth of our local community are one our greatest assets for the future of the Hualapai Tribe Our goals are to help young people from our local communities become more connected to the environment engaged in conservation involved in the community and prepared for a healthy future with resource conservation We realize our mission and accomplish our goals through initiatives for youth and young adults The Department devotes a part of each programs time to help young people learn about the world around them and how they can be a part of conserving and protecting natural resources for future generations to come Our programs work to preserve and protect what we have and promote good land management We are the land and the land is us We are one and the same This is the most fundamental and essential characteristic of Native American culture That

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  • Hualapai HDNR - Drought plan, response to drought
    to the economic basis of the Hualapai today Through the creation of a Drought Contingency Plan the Hualapai will protect the resources of the tribe as well as the lives of future generations The responsibilities for water monitoring response to drought and to drought mitigation lie primarily within the Hualapai Department of Natural Resources and the Hualapai Public Works Department However the Hualapai Tribe also coordinates and cooperates with various outside agencies such as the U S Bureau of Indian Affairs BIA U S Bureau of Reclamation the U S Department of Agriculture the U S Geologic Survey the U S Fish and Wildlife Service the U S Bureau of Land Management and the Arizona Game and Fish Department during periods of severe drought HUALAPAI COOPERATIVE DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN The Process A Determine Monitoring Protocols and Personnel Which drought indices to be used Identify the responsible parties How often monitored B Identify Drought Response Preparedness and Maintenance Activities What needs to be done during various phases of drought and non drought conditions Who is responsible for performing these activities To accomplish this we assembled a team from within the Hualapai Natural Resources Department to identify personnel programs departments and local and regional agencies that would be responsible for drought monitoring drought response activities implementation of drought preparedness mitigation and for drought relief funding during the various phases of drought conditions HUALAPAI TRIBAL PARTICIPANTS Drought Task Force Overall Program Management Agriculture Program Infrastructure improvement range monitoring Range Water Program Monitoring infrastructure maintenance Water Resources Program Wetland and water quality monitoring program Cattle Districts Herd management Public Works Department Municipal infrastructure conservation program Planning Department Infrastructure development Wildlife Fisheries and Parks Program water and feed distribution for cattle and wildlife Natural Resources Department Monitoring seeks funding planning and administration Forestry Program Fuels reductions Hualapai Tribal Council Drought declaration policy decisions OUTSIDE PARTICIPANTS Bureau of Indian Affairs Forestry Program Fire Mohave County Arizona Game and Fish Department U S Fish and Wildlife Service U S Bureau of Reclamation ACTIVITIES UNDER EMERGENCY DROUGHT CONDITIONS Agency Entity Activities Agriculture Program Oversight and Quarterly Monitoring of Storage Facilities Deliver non potable water by hauling Continue normal delivery Continue monthly reporting Continue monthly meetings Hold emergency meetings when necessary Continue monthly monitoring of utilization plots Implement supplemental feeding program Maintain stock of feed Haul water to catchments Identify need for catchments construction Utilize trash pumps to fill tanks and trucks Implement emergency grazing plan Move cattle to forage and or reduce stocking rate BIA Forestry Continue water hauling monitor water availabilities Enforce area and visitor restrictions Discontinue prescribed burning Continue monitoring of environmental conditions Continue coordination with outside agencies and internal departments Continue implementation of disease remediation plan Continue implementation of exotic vegetation control Tribal Forestry Program Provide BIA Forestry with personnel and equipment list Provide NEPA compliance for forest development Range Water Communicate storage conditions to HDNR Director on a weekly basis Assure availability of emergency response personnel Install new drinkers Grand Canyon Resort Corporation Distribute

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  • Hualapai HDNR - air quality pollution management
    cover nearly 1 000 000 acres in North western Arizona which consists of a variety of landscapes from high ponderosa forest to canyon lands and high desert environments Nearby communities to the main Hualapai community of Peach Springs Arizona include Truxton the Caverns community Grand Canyon West Seligman Kingman Arizona all within a 50 mile radius The Air Program also has monitoring capability in the Big Sandy area near Wikieup Arizona where there are additional Hualapai Trust lands existent A view of local weather via the Weather Channel Humidity Wind Chance of Precipitation Peach Springs Weather Forecast AZ 86434 For an interactive map displaying the current precipitation events on the Hualapai Reservation a link is provided below Click on the image above or here for a Doppler Radar map PLEASE NOTE this map will open up in a new window The interactive feature displayed here is available as an embedded link through wunderground com weather underground Mercury Deposition Monitoring on Hualapai Land The risk to human beings and to wildlife from mercury and methyl mercury are well established Quantitative determination of risk requires monitoring and assessment of environmental concentrations further along the exposure pathway such as in water fish and humans Hualapai Lands are located in the path of major wind paths such as the Polar Jet Stream and the Sub Tropical Jet Stream Atmospheric mercury is a key source of contamination for aquatic ecosystems The deposition of mercury through precipitation is a driver of current and future risk Therefore the need for obtaining trend data and qualitative indicators in the surrounding area is a valid concern for the Hualapai Tribe The unique relationship between Air Quality and Water Resources in the environmental pollution cycle has prompted a collaboration of programs to gather information vital to providing a new layer

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/monitoring-stations.html (2016-02-09)
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