NPR Radio Interview

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Recently Olivia and Carter were invited to WABE/90.1 FM where they were interviewed by their Morning Host Steve Goss.  Steve allowed them to talk about their nonprofit organization and share their passion for wanting to make a difference.  Here is their interview:


We hope you like the interview and please let us know if you would like to have Olivia and Carter come to your next event or Skype with any local schools.

Here is another radio segment on the issue from NPR which you can listen to:

Vietnam’s Appetite For Rhino Horn Drives Poaching In Africa

And here is the printed version as well:

NPR Rhino Horn Issue

You can view all the pictures from their visit to the radio station on their FaceBook page and please be sure to “Like” their page while you are there:

WABE/90.1 FM Radio Interview

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One Comment

  1. Posted May 23, 2013 at 3:03 PM | Permalink

    Excellent job! I even learned a new word, precycle. Quite familiar with the concept but never heard the word. Thanks and keep up the good work!

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