END OF THE ROAD
17 minutes, 2000, DVCAM

Roadless areas are the last refuges for many of America’s rarest wildlife species.  Most of these areas in the lower 48 states are located within the National Forest system.  With over a half-million miles of roads already constructed on the National Forests, logging, mining, off-road vehicle use and oil and gas development threaten the handful of roadless areas that remain.  END OF THE ROAD offers thought-provoking perspectives on the best use of these last bastions of American wilderness.