Lucy Moore is a consultant to the Sacred Lands Project. She has worked regionally and nationally for over 25 years on conflicts involving a wide variety of complex issues, including water rights, endangered species protection, forest management, hazardous waste disposal, tribal-federal relations, and more. She has mediated multi-year negotiation processes, facilitated public meetings of 400, designed complex conflict resolution processes, and offered trainings in “Cross-cultural Alliance Building,” The Power of Apology,” and “Dealing with Difficult People.” Having lived in the heart of Navajo Country, Lucy has a strong background and credibility in Indian country. Her memoir Into the Canyon: Seven Years in Navajo Country, won Best Memoir from Women Writing the West. Her second book, Common Ground on Hostile Turf: Stories from an Environmental Mediator, (Island Press 2013) has been quickly embraced by academics, professionals and general readers and praised for its honesty, humanity and engaging storytelling. Lucy is profiled in: “Public Dispute Mediators: Profiles of 15 Distinguished Careers,” a publication of the Consensus Building Institute.