Mary Walker of the Wyoming Association of Churches noticed that too many people were not communicating with one another about their shared appreciation of the natural world and how they could work together to preserve it. So she helped launch the One People, One Earth initiative in 2009.
In a move that some Native leaders see as punitive, Sen. Eli Bebout (R-Riverton) seeks new rules the week after an EPA decision on reservation boundaries.
Robert Sternberg sees university gains from closer ties with the reservation. Tribes seek more support for Native students.
Inspired by a low turnout in 2010 and a perceived challenger to their political interests, young Native American activists have spent months encouraging people to get out and vote.