NEHA November 2022 Journal of Environmental Health

36 Volume 85 • Number 4 A D VANC EME N T O F T H E PRACTICE three award-winning programs demonstrate, involving community members and incorporating traditional ecological knowledge is key to developing environmental health interventions that are sustainable and equitable. Tools and resources provided by the award winners can be found online at Acknowledgements: This program was supported 100% by funding from CDC, Grant NU38OT000300. Corresponding Author: Gina Bare, Associate Director, Program and Partnership Development, National Environmental Health Association, 720 South Colorado Boulevard, Suite 105A, Denver, CO 80246-1910. Email: Boccuti, C., Swoope, C., & Artiga, S. (2014). The role of Medicare and the Indian Health Service for American Indians and Alaska Natives: Health, access and coverage. Kaiser Family Foundation. https:// Indian Health Service. (2019). Disparities. newsroom/factsheets/disparities Norton-Smith, K., Lynn, K., Chief, K., Cozzetto, K., Donatuto, J., Redsteer, M.H., Kruger, L.E., Maldonado, J., Viles, C. & Whyte, K.P. (2016). Climate change and Indigenous peoples: A synthesis of current impacts and experiences. U.S. Department of Agriculture. References Join our environmental health community. It is the only community of people who truly understand what it means to do what you do every day to protect the health of our communities. Join us today. Your people are waiting. Find Your People. Find Your Training. Find Your Resources. You can stay in the loop every day with NEHA’s social media. Find us on • Facebook: • Twitter: • LinkedIn: Did You Know?