(Subtitles available in English and Spanish)
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The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) is made up of people like you, concerned citizens from Utah and throughout the nation who share the common goal of preserving Utah’s remaining desert wild lands, known collectively as America’s Red Rock Wilderness.
This 14-minute short documentary is an advocacy film for Utah's last remaining wild places. SUWA advocates for protecting over 9 million acres of federally managed public lands as Wilderness, areas of pristine natural beauty, unique and untrammeled ecosystems, and unfathomable cultural significance. This film walks the viewer through the diverse landscape and draws upon diverse voices to tell the story of why these lands are worth protecting, why oil and gas production, off-road vehicle use, mining, and even politicians are risking the integrity of the landscape, and what can be done to ensure these public lands are protected for generations to come.
Visit SUWA.org for more information!
Producers (SUWA): Travis Hammill (DC)
Terri Martin (UT)
Olivia Juarez (UT)
Dave Pacheco (UT)
Clayton Daughenbaugh (IL)
Directors/Photographers (Twig Media Lab):
Chris Lee (UT)
Alex Lee (UT)
Special thanks to all those interviewed for this project. Together, we will protect our wilderness quality lands for future generations.