In the Media

Jarid Manos has been published or featured in The Huffington Post, Fort Worth Weekly, New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, USA Today, Smithsonian, Denver Post, Congressional Quarterly, Houston Chronicle, Albuquerque Journal, Grist, Plenty, Treehugger, Sundance Channel, MIT TechTV, YES! Magazine, Say it Loud Radio, Speakout KKDA, OrganicAthlete, Texas Monthly, Mandrake Society Radio Kansas City Star, NPR, Univision, and more.

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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 American writer and GPRC founder Jarid Manos, as people work to restore the land and themselves.

Brandy Gets Caught in the Media Fly Trap by Jarid Manos, for The Huffington Post

How is nature critical to a 21st century urban ethic? Jail Me—Or Not by Jarid Manos, for Center for Humans and Nature

Thinking of Whoever Sewed My Drawers by Jarid Manos, for The Huffington Post

It’s Not About Gay Sex and Gowns by Jarid Manos, for The Huffington Post

Author Jarid Manos on SmartPower Roundtable [AUDIO]

I Was Homophobic at My Son’s 15th Birthday Party by Jarid Manos, for The Huffington Post

Protecting the Earth is a Civil Right and Responsibility by Jarid Manos, for The Huffington Post

Protecting the Earth is a Civil Right and Responsibility

Jarid Manos’ Ghetto Plainsman by Jeff Rivera of The Huntington Post

Channel 39 News, Houston, 5 and 9 p.m., November 24, 2010 (though their title is way off!) Shows Jarid’s Restoration Not Incarceration crew in the field.

New York Nightly News at 7 with Chuck Scarborough, November 16, 2010.

Houston Chronicle article, October 24, 2010 – Land transformed into park helps to heal ex-offenders

Program Heals Parks, People Group restores acres of land in the city with help from unlikely source

GPRC listed on World Changing/Attention Philanthropy