Corazon Vaquero is a high-definition cinematic journey into California's Final Frontier - a place where people are living the way they have for 300 years. These direct descendants of the Spanish missionary soldiers still live the lifestyle of the California Vaquero; the famed noble horseman of the West.
Experience the grace, humor and hospitality of the mountain people, joined by nationally recognized western saddlemaker Garry McClintock, independent filmmaker Cody McClintock and renown Baja California photographer Eve Ewing in this informative and entertaining portrait of a people living in harmony with their environment.
Fermin Reygadas, professor of Anthropology at the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur, speaks to the global importance of cultural diversity and specifically, the value of protecting Ranchero culture in Baja California. Interviewed by Living Roots: June 2010, La Paz, BCS