At WaterOperator.org we recognize that small tribally-owned and operated public water systems often face unique challenges, beyond what impacts other small and rural communities. Because of this, we have created a number of ways to find information that is specific to tribes. This video provides an overview of our document and event databases, tribal newsletter, tribal assistance provider list, and the tribal contact manager. For a sampling of documents we’ve collected in our document database, here are some of the USEPA documents we’ve found are particularly relevant for tribes. For tribal drinking water systems: Building Water System Capacity: a Guide for Tribal Administrators Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for Tribal Water System Owners and Operators Preventive Maintenance Tasks for Tribal Drinking Water Systems: Guide Booklet For tribal wastewater systems: Primer for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems Tribal Management of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems And for tribes concerned about protecting their source water: Drinking Water Quality in Indian Country: Protecting Your Sources Check out the video for more on the resources we collect and offer, and if there’s a tribal resource you think we really need to know about, tell us in the comments!