The Modoc Nation is committed to using sound scientific methods and a stewardship based approach to aid policymakers in making informed decisions to effectively use the Nation’s natural resources and protect the health of the Modoc Nation members, both individually and collectively.
The primary mission of the Modoc Nation Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) is to establish its presence within the environmental community, accurately assess the Nation’s environment, and establish the necessary legal infrastructure to regulate the Nation’s environment and protect the Nation’s sovereignty. By doing so, the Nation will be able to preserve and protect the land and health of its People.
Red Cedar Recycling opened in 1996 and is owned and operated by the Modoc Nation. The mission of Red Cedar Recycling is to promote and provide recycling opportunities within the community, as well as educate the public on the importance of recycling and its impact on our environment.
Your organization handles a lot of sensitive information. From financial reports to employee records, confidential information, in the wrong hands, could lead to fraud and identity theft.
As the local leader in shredding services, Red Cedar Shred offers a suite of services designed to protect your private information including paper and specialty shredding. We protect what matters the most.
Modoc Nation is proud to implement Solar energy at the Modoc Administration building in an effort to create a healthy environment.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.
Health effects from indoor air pollutants may be experienced soon after exposure or, possibly, years later.
Want to find out more? Call the Tribal Environmental Office, 918-542-8176
The Modoc Nation Office of Environmental Quality recently received funding to continue its development of a water quality program. Workplan commitments for FY 21/22 include, conducting a self-evaluation of its current program status, water quality education and outreach activities, developing monitoring goals for future water testing and assessing private well sites of Tribal Members and within the Modoc Nation Tribal Lands.
If you are a Tribal member that utilizes a well site as your primary water source, we would like to speak to you.
For more Information contact: Taylor Warner, Modoc Nation Water Quality Technician