All of the towns and villages we cover would benefit by having as part of their policies a plan to replace cut trees, maintain current trees, and plant new trees.

We need, each of us, regardless of our political differences, to see what we have in common as Americans.

Through a glass darkly — we need to see Native Americans for who they are, not through our own distorting lens.

“When kids get together, they organize a hierarchy,” says a researcher who frequently consults with schools to solve problems with bullying.