Homestead Honey Hour fans will remember that Dana and Sarah were guest on the show in Feb. 2013, to talk about their upcoming trip to the Copper Canyons of Mexico, to video the last indigenous tribe of North America, the Tarahumara. They’re back and ready to report on their experiences! The Tarahumara are noted to be fleet of foot, and are known for running tirelessly across rough terrain. Sarah and Dana are gathering the last of the funds needed to tie up the loose ends, and get the finished product ‘Goshen’, into our hands.
They’re anxious to share what they learned about these amazing people who are free from heart disease, type II diabetes, and cancer. GOSHEN unveils the mystery of how to establish healthy, sustainable communities that can survive, even thrive, despite the global increases in famine and diseases. LISTEN to the show in the player below!
On February 1, Dana & Sarah Films kicked off their 40-day Indiegogo crowd funder to complete production of GOSHEN, a documentary revealing the untold story of the Tarahumara ultra-runner tribe and their super food diet. We are thankful to receive a Stomp of Approval from Barefoot Runners Society!
We invite you to join us in our second Indiegogo crowd funder to complete GOSHEN (2014), a documentary that will reveal the awe, wonder and beauty of the indigenous Tarahumara tribe and their superfood diet. We have spent the last year filming in extremely remote locations and interviewing an extraordinary cast of characters. Together, with your help, we will finish this film in 2014 and share the remarkable story of the most indigenous tribe in North America!
Your donations are TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.
Filming location in the Copper Canyons, Mexico.