"One on One" with Steve Goss

Young Georgia Siblings’ Non-Profit Aims to Save Endangered Species, Environment

About four years ago, Fayetteville, Georgia elementary school students, Carter–age 8 and a half, and sister Olivia, age 7–founded a non-profit organization devoted to conservation and saving endangered animals. 

A conversation with Carter and Olivia Ries

“One More Generation.org” began by adopting cheetahs in South Africa, a species close to extinction.  Since then, their environmental activism has spread worldwide.

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