The Forum is for brownfields and contaminated-sites professionals and interested individuals from Tribal areas.
The Tribal Brownfields Forum is NOT open to the general public. All requests for access are validated before access is granted.
How do I get access to the Tribal Brownfields Forum?
Currently, the Forum is open by invitation only. If you would like to participate, please request access here.
What will I find on the Tribal Brownfields Forum?
The Forum is made up of three main features:
It is a directory of people. By enrolling in the Forum, you are added to the directory and are given the ability to browse and search it.
It is a library of resources. The Tribal Brownfields Forum provides streamlined access to information on common brownfields and contaminated sites topics.
Finally, it is a communication tool. Using the Tribal Brownfields Forum, you are able to send secure, private messages to other members without divulging your personal contact information. In addition, group discussions take place on the Forum. Some of these are open to all members, while some are kept private to just select members.
How is my privacy protected?
We take your privacy very seriously, and protect it in a number of ways:
We use industry-standard encryption practices to prevent many kinds of vulnerabilities
We do NOT use 3rd party tracking code, such as that seen on most websites
While anyone may request enrollment in the Forum, we manually validate all accounts before making them active
We strive to make all sections of the site transparent in what will and won't be shared with other Forum members
We NEVER divulge your personal email address or phone number to other Forum members
Can I access the Tribal Brownfields Forum on my smartphone?
Yes! The Forum works great on most smartphones and tablets (as well as on standard desktop and laptop computers).