I was intrigued by your March 30 editorial calling for the monitoring of water quality on tribal lands by the Environmental Protection Agency. I did not note any call to action by anyone but the EPA.
The monitoring of water quality is not rocket science and neither is it particularly expensive. Perhaps the tribes prefer to monitor their own water quality rather than having it done by an overreaching, largely incompetent federal agency.
After all, perhaps the EPA can do for the tribes what they have already done for Flint, Mich.
Ralph Curran, Richland