13 Day hiking and biking field adventure to Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve in Southern Vietnam. February 22, 2018 to March 5, 2018.
Can educational nature tourism be a positive force for conservation? If so, under what circumstances? That’s what we consider in detail during this intensive two-week field adventure to the Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve in Vietnam.
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Photos from 2016 trip.
Peace/Piece Party 2017
2017 Peace Party Scheduled for Sunday October 15 at 3 pm in the Home Arts Building at Missoula County Fairgrounds. The Jeannette Rankin Peace Center invites the entire community to whoop it up at the 2017 Peace Party. Appropriate to these times, this year’s theme is “Peacing it Together”.
Pete Seeger tells us that participation is what will save the human race. It is also what keep organizations like the JRPC thriving and growing. The Peace Center is a community resource. The more engaged and involved you are, the more the Center thrives. Have you ever thought of things you’d like to see the Center doing? Or asked, “what can I do to make an impact?” Continue reading
Harriet Tubman said, you “gotta look past everything you know and believe in something better.” That’s what we do at JRPC. 47 years ago today, 4 students were gunned down by our national guard as they joined thousands around the country protesting the escalation of war in their name. All these years later, we keep the idea of peace alive because we know that war is not the answer. It drains our economies, pollutes our planet, and destroys lives. If war is not the answer, what is? Continue reading
This week is volunteer recognition week and we are so happy to say thank you to
everyone who keeps us going. It is also a great opportunity for me to tell you
about a 12 year dream of mine that volunteers have made happen. JRPC Library
Catalog now Online! Go to the jrpc.org website and click on the Library menu
item to check out our one-of-a-kind resources and to use the catalog. Continue reading