Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network

Northern communities are changing due to environmental impacts, climate change and development. Monitoring the environment is important for understanding the risks and benefits and for adaptation. The LEOs are the eyes, ears and voice of environmental change in our communities.

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We are tribal professionals who apply traditional knowledge, western science and technology to document unusual plants and wildlife, extreme weather, erosion, flooding, droughts, wildfire and other events that can threaten food security, water security and community health. Checkout our LEO Public Maps, and resource links to learn more. You can view our observation data on our 2012 and 2013 spreadsheets.

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The information published in the LEO site are those of the author(s), did not go through EPA's formal peer review process and do not, necessarily, reflect the official positions and policies of the US EPA. Any mention of products or trade names does not constitutes recommendation for use by US EPA.


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