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Navajo AML encourages coal and non-coal (uranium, copper, silver, lead and gold, constituents of physical and environmental hazards to the general public safety/health) Chapter applicants across the Navajo Nation to take advantage of the CONSTRUCTION project grant funds available thru the Public Facility Projects Grant.   Applicants may request up to $400,000.00 of CONSTRUCTION funds toward the communities priority project.

Prior to submission of a Project Proposal, our Program offers Technical Assistance at the request of the Chapter. Typical tasks include tactical planning, grant writing, chapter orientation, proposal reviews, meetings with stakeholders, develop scope of work, etc.

On an annual basis, the Public Facility Project Proposal deadline is the last Friday of June.   AML will acknowledge the receipt of your Project Proposal and further review for compliance with 6 Elements identified in the PFP Guidelines.   Grantors have the responsibility of ensuring conformance and after acceptance by the Navajo Nation, Resources and Development Committee, Projects are then awarded to the applicant by a Notice of Letter.

Our Program strongly encourages and emphasizes Partnership throughout all phases of the project.


Window Rock AML Reclamation/UMTRA Office
3783 Window Rock Blvd
P.O. Box 1875
Window Rock, AZ 86515
Phone: (928)871-6982 Fax: (928)871-7190
Email:  Marietta L. Jensen, PPS

Shiprock AML Reclamation Office
1 Urnanium Blvd
P.O. Box 3605
Shiprock, NM 87420
Email:  Leon Spencer, PPS

Tuba City AML Reclamation Office
25 South Main Street
P.O. Box 730
Tuba City, AZ 86045
Email:  Ray Tsingine, PM