Aired On: Feb 4, 2016
Morgan Heim shares how the human stories of conservation are key to fighting overwhelming odds, and why photographers of all stripes should find their own fearless act for the causes they believe in.
Conservation photographer and filmmaker Morgan Heim is a fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, a producer at Day’s Edge Productions and a recipient of a 2014 Fund for Environmental Journalism grant. Her work has appeared in such outlets as BBC Wildlife, Smithsonian, Nature Conservancy Magazine, World Wildlife Fund...
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