In 2017, ecologist Jack Dash and documentary photographer Luke Swenson began studying a remote section of the Coronado National Forest in southern Arizona. What began as an annotated flora, has developed into a visual storytelling anthology documenting this rarely seen stretch of the US-Mexico border. The website linked below brings together over 250 original film photographs, historical images and floral specimens, along with found artifacts, maps, interviews and essays from the ongoing project:

www.atascosaborderlands.com