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July 1, 2013

Conservation at Work Movie

Pictures talk louder than words. With this simple statement in mind, Korneel Cools and Anne du Plessis set out on a venture to try and capture a part of the essence behind Conservation at Work and why this body exists. With very limited time and budget, this story could only include interviews with a few of the partners of Conservation at Work. There are many more people involved in this project, but we hope this this will give you some insight into the project. Enjoy!


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