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Guardians of the River


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Guardians of the River

A science podcast from Wild Bird Trust, NGOWP, House of Pod
Website: http://www.wildbirdtrust.com

Credits: Kerllen Costa (Host, Producer), Juliette Luini (Producer), Cat Jaffee (Director, Writer) (edit)

2021 Best Narrative Nonfiction Podcast Award winner at Tribeca Film Festival. This is the story of the guardians of the Okavango water system. These guardians have a monumental task: safeguard a remote, near pristine environment facing threats from all sides. This podcast follows what happens when worlds connect, and at times collide, with the common goal of protecting a place

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