MHA TERO/Energy Complex -1st Floor
305 4th Avenue, Suite 1300
New Town, ND 58763
Located South of the Tribal Administration Building
Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Phone: (701) 627-4569
FAX: (701) 627-2917
Water Quality Program provides data from test wells and also does testing on Lake Sakakawea, rivers, creeks and streams located on the reservation.
Pesticides Control Officer monitors chemicals that are placed in fields during the spring planting season. These chemicals include herbicides and fertilizers. Also conducts inspections on any businesses selling chemicals on the reservation.
Tribal Response Program (Brownfields) provides cleanup of toxic chemicals and dumpsites on the reservation using US EPA guidelines. This includes any buildings that are contaminated with toxic waste.
Underground Storage Tanks provides removal of old fuel tanks that are abandoned and not in use on the reservation. This also includes fuel oil tanks.
Environmental Code Enforcement.
Enrolled tribal members, all tribes, aged 14 on up with employment training need and benefit with services prioritized to welfare clients and youth at risk.
Ft. Berthold Reservation counties with some welfare service capabilities to TAT enrolled members within North Dakota.
Employment and Training Department of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation is to provide quality employment training services, skills and knowledge necessary for employment and support MHA job creation to meet the goal of self-sufficiency.