All photographs © Carlan Tapp - Naamehnay Project - Question of Power 2018 - All Rights Reserved - May not be reproduced without written consent
Creating a visual voice for social justice, environmental and health issues resulting from the energy industrialization of Native American Homelands and Sacred Places.
Chaco Canyon is the most significant cultural site on public lands in the United States. Much of it could be at risk in allowing oil and gas drilling. The Greater Chaco Landscape Project is a 501(c)3 project to create public awareness of this issue. Fine art prints from this series are available as a donation to help support the project. Information on ordering prints in support of the project is available on the Support page.