Tribes in Region 10 and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have made enormous strides in the management of air quality in Indian country and other Tribal communities. With almost four years experience in implementing the Federal Air Rules for Reservations in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington (FARR) and with the substantial capacity that Tribes have developed to understand and manage air quality, we think this is a good time to reflect on the progress made and discuss the direction we want the program to go. Over the past year, we worked to develop a strategic plan for the Tribal work in the air program. The main purpose of the strategic plan is to identify and achieve support for EPA's areas of focus. The strategic planning process included getting input from EPA staff and managers and Tribes on what can be done to improve air quality in Indian country. The plan identifies five focus areas and over sixty projects that EPA Region 10 staff is currently working on or is planning to work on in partnership with Tribes over the next two to five years. A list of projects is in Appendix 2 of the report.