The beautiful red rocks of southern Utah have been sculpted by millions of years of water and wind.  But much of this exquisite landscape is unprotected from road building, cattle grazing, strip mining, and other forms of exploitation that could quickly ruin it. This PBS documentary is a journey through the lands of these fantastic red rock formations, with scientific, historic, and economic insight provided along the way by people who care about it. 

Length:  27 minutes.  Funded by the Wyss Foundation and the Phoebe W. Haas Charitable Trust.

Wild Heart of Red Rock

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Narrated by Verna Avery-Brown

Written and edited by Diane LaMacchia

Cinematography and music by Doug Prose

Produced and directed by

Diane LaMacchia and Doug Prose