In the 1960's, the Ford Motor Company churned out six millions cars and trucks at a sprawling assembly plant in Mahwah, NJ. But that remarkable production came at a cost. Before the plant closed in 1980, it generated an ocean of pollution that was dumped mainly in the mountain community of Upper Ringwood, NJ -home to the Ramapough Mountain Indians, and threatens the region’s most important watershed. From 2005-2010 I documented the pollution, the investigation of multiple failed cleanups by the E.P.A. and other government agencies, and the impact it had on the Ramapough community, which had a very close connection to the land there and sued Ford and other government agencies.