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13 - Dr Graham McCulloch - How living with elephants led to making Okavango Craft Beer

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‎Beautiful Botswana - The Travel Podcast
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Ecoexist  is a project in Northern Botswana established in Eretsa village in 2013. The project was established by Dr Anna Songhurst,  Dr Graham McCulloch and Dr Amanda Stronza to support communities living on the edges of wildlife areas who share their space with elephants. Graham joins me to share
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Ecoexist  is a project in Northern Botswana established in Eretsa village in 2013. The project was established by Dr Anna Songhurst,  Dr Graham McCulloch and Dr Amanda Stronza to support communities living on the edges of wildlife areas who share their space with elephants. Graham joins me to share their work in the area and the realities of life in this area. As well as the story of how this work led them to develop and open Maun's Okavango Craft Brewery and associated brew pub. This innovative business produces a line of craft beers with the goal for them to be available to be enjoyed in camps across Botswana. In this episode Graham mentions the Ele Express buses sponsored by Natural Selection that operate in the area ensuring children and commuters stay safe. He also references Big Sip Co. in Gaborone and River Brewing Co. based in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe as other craft beer producers in the area who work closely with OCB.In the snap shot session he mentions the book: African Adventures Guide: Botswana by Mike Main as his recommended travel resource. Also mentioned is our other locally crafted alcohol brand: Okavango Gin and the fly in craft beer or gin stop experience offered by Helicopter Horizons.
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