CONS. Conservation Collection
Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of material from several organizations working to protect the natural resources of the Adirondack Mountain region; including the Adirondack Mountain Club, the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Friends of the Forest Preserve, the Adirondack Moose River Committee, and the Adirondack Parks. It includes pamphlets, bulletins, articles, bylaws, surveys, legislative efforts, and land-use plans.
Collection contains research data for recreation use along the South Platte River.
Contains material related to wild horses and the legislation to protect them. Includes correspondence with Annie (Velma) Johnston (Wild Horse Annie), news clippings, press releases, and reports.
Contains material related to the aerial survey of the pipeline route, and military operations in cold weather.
Memorandum regarding the inspection of District 2, September 1927. Manuscript (copy) titled Early day reminiscences.
Collection contains a handwritten manuscript recounting Simpson's family history, childhood in Loveland, Colo., work with the United States Forest Service in Wyo. and Colo.
Articles and bulletins about the restoration of game species.
Includes correspondence, biographical information, and articles.
Study regarding natural resources in Delta County (Colo.)
Collection contains letters, clippings, memorandum, reports and publications regarding the Missouri Valley Authority.
Reports and correspondence documenting the Land Classification Committee in Egypt and the Natural Pasture Policy and Program, Israel.
Correspondence regarding game surveys.
Collection contains USFS "extensive timberland inventory reports" for the Black Forest, Costilla Land Company, Trinchera Ranch, and the Maxwell Grant land areas within Colorado from 1937 - 1938. Each report includes a topographical map and projected sustainable yield of timber per acreage.
Includes diary, photograph album and individual photographic prints, newspaper clippings, biography, and correspondence.
Scrapbook of articles from Forest and Stream magazine.
Correspondence, newsletters, poster, meeting minutes and agendas, and notes regarding the formation of new chapters. Includes fundraising events in Snowmass, Steamboat Springs, and Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The collection includes memos and organizational documents from the Citizens Committee for the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission Report (CORC). There are additional research materials used by the committee, such as the Department of the Interior news releases, and CORC publications, such as the Action for Outdoor Recreation for America booklets. There are also copies of correspondence from John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Laurence Rockefeller.
Collection contains Indexes to meeting minutes (1954-1957, 1968-1972); posters (1903, 1909); newsletters (1966-1975); visitor's guides; information brochures, map.
Includes organizational records, clippings, photographs and maps, many regarding the South Park area of Colorado.
Includes meeting minutes and newspaper clippings.