Manning, Richard Dale

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MANNING, Richard Dale

MANNING, Richard Dale. American, b. 1951. Genres: Local history/Rural topics. Career: Journalist and author. Station WATZ, Alpena, MI, news director, 1975-79; Alpena News, Alpena, reporter, 1977-79; Post-Register, Idaho Falls, ID, city editor, 1979-81; Wood River Journal, Hailey, ID, editor, columnist, 1981-82; Times-News, Twin Falls, ID, columnist, 1982-85; Missoulian, Missoula, MT, reporter, columnist, 1985-89; freelance writer, 1989-. Stanford University, Stanford, CA, John S. Knight fellow in journalism, 1994-95. Publications: Last Stand: Logging, Journalism, and the Case for Humility, 1991, as Last Stand: A Riveting Exposé of Environmental Pillage and a Lone Journalist's Struggle to Keep Faith, 1992; A Good House: Building a Life on the Land, 1993; Grassland: The History, Biology, Politics, and Promise of the American Prairie, 1995; One Round River: The Curse of Gold and the Fight for the Big Blackfoot, 1998; Food's Frontier: The Next Green Revolution, 2000; Inside Passage: A Journey beyond Borders, 2001;. Address: c/o Island Press, 1718 Connecticut Ave. NW Suite 300, Washington, DC 20009, U.S.A.