Shattering Sacred Ground Film Poster

Shattering Sacred Ground

Doc Shorts |  9m

Shattering Sacred Ground is the first film in this important Documentary Mini-Series focused on the history of a group of artesian springs that have flowed over 20 million gallons a day of clear, fresh water for 11,000 years in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas and a Cherokee womans fight to protect this very fragile ecosystems existence from the onslaught of the fossil fuel industry.

Directed by Neta Rhyne

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