Really enjoyed hosting this group from TRU, Applied Sustainable Ranching, and learning about ways we can all work together towards our common goals.
"Pushing more linear thinkers to start thinking differently, Larose introduces students to the design principles of empathy that are human centered and focus on creating meaningful experiences. Ranching is a traditional discipline; there is room for innovative ideas while we face unprecedented changes in the world.
"Students had a chance to tour a local tourism business, Esk’et Tiny House, where Robert and Betina Johnson hosted students. Esk’et Tiny House is an indigenous tourism operation in Esk’etemc, a First Nations community of the Secwepemc Nation. Robert and Betina are inspiring leaders who have taken their passion and needs and designed a thriving business for themselves and who exemplify the idea of excellence in our local tourism experience."
"ASUR 2040 Soft Adventure and Agri-Tourism is returning to Thompson Rivers University. This popular course presented such value and garnered such positive feedback it will be offered as a stand-alone course. It is not limited to ranching students. The public is eligible to participate for their own business development. Course begins April 30, 2018"