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Inmates paint for Restoration Not Incarceration

Inmates at Alameda County Juvenile Justice Hall/Alameda County Jail in Oakland, California are inspired to paint messages of hope and renewal for Ecological Health after a visit from Jarid Manos with the Restoration Not Incarceration™ project. More information on Restoration Not Incarceration™


GPRC In the Media

Nonprofit uses nature to heal former inmates | Al Jazeera America

Program takes former prisoners to the wilderness to reshape their lives and the environment. Originally aired on Al Jazeera American. [Live links are broken after a few days, so this raw edited file is without the AJ name fonts on it or any locators of where the story was or who the speakers are.] Those details are: National correspondent Heidi Zhou-Castro along with photojournalist Juan Renteria spent a day with Great Plains Restoration Council’s Restoration Not Incarceration™ crew on The Nature Conservancy’s Texas City Prairie Preserve, which protects some of the last coastal prairie on the Gulf of Mexico. In this clip you see interviews with GPRC crew members Pierre Johnson and KB Kabuta, and…

Prairie park moves forward even as Fort Worth grows

BY JARID MANOS Special to the Star-Telegram Read more here:



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Great Plains Restoration Council
PO Box 1206
Fort Worth, TX 76101
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Great Plains Restoration Council (GPRC) works to restore and protect our damaged prairies and plains through developing youth leaders in Ecological Health. Protecting wild nature is a matter of public health, and participating in its hands-on recovery offers therapeutic modalities for many social and physical ills.