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Natural resource management is a discipline in the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations.
Many of the programs that are included in this area are Resource Program,Environmental Programs,Cultural Preservation T.H.P.O,Wildlife Program, Energy Program, & Tribal parks.
These programs offer services dealing with nature and preservation of our lands.
The resource program is improtant to our people they are the care takers of our land, making sure not too much pressure on the resources of our region.
ContactInfo:(970) 565-3751 Ext.335Read More
Work with the Ute Mountain Ute Communities to conserve resources and protect the environment in order to increase the quality of life for all members and future generations of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe (UMUT).
Contact Info: (970) 564-5432Read More
Cultural Preservation T.H.P.O
The THPO is the tribal official appointed by the tribe's chief governing authority, or designated by a tribal ordinance or preservation program, who has assumed the major responsibiJities ofthe State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) on tribal lands.The purpose of the Cultural Preservation Program is to matain the preservation of significant historic and traditional historic properties.
Contact Info: (970) 565-3751 Ext. 731 Read More
Ute mountain Ute tribe, will operate a wildlife program for the wildlife management and protection and utilization of hunting rights as granted to its members through the Brunot cession agreement, Act of April 29, 1874 (18 Stat. 36) and reaffirmed by September 21, 1978 Brunot consent decree.
Contact Info: (970) 565-5320
Provides protection and opportunities for the increase in the development of oil,gas, and mineral resources on the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation while minding tribal culture and sovereignty.
Contact Info: (970) 564-5690
The Ute Mountain Tribal Park will preserve and protect historical and prehistorical sites in the Tribal Park. Provide employment to Ute Tribal members. Conduct quality tours to visitors. Operate the Visitor Center/Museum, Soda Point, Four Corners Monument, Tribal Park office, and the Tribal Park. Promote scientific research, educational, preservation, historical cultural and interpretation activities that will benefit the Ute Mountain Tribal Park and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
Direct phone: (970) 565-9653 Read More