CONS. Conservation Collection
Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, newsletters, reprints, reports and newspaper clippings about alternative fuel and renewable energy sources including gasohol.
The collection documents Mary Shivers Culpin's historical research work with the National Park Service and primarily contains copies of research materials, correspondence, memos, notes, maps, brochures, certificates, site plans, and photographs from 1894-2022.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, letters and personal records primarily concerned with his retirement.
Correspondence, financial records, minutes, photographs and by-laws of the organization.
Correspondence, letters, financial statements, publications and clippings that address the migratory bird bill and bag limits for hunting game birds.
Collection contains material from 1971-1972, including memoranda, correspondence, records, clippings, notes, and drafts addressing the symposium and project of the Conservation Foundation and National Parks Service partnership.
Collection contains correspondence between the organization and DPL regarding items and publications sent.
Collection consists of a copy of the manuscript "Notes on observations in National Forests and elsewhere during the summer of 1910" (including photographs) written by J.E. Kirkwood. Original is at Montana State University under Dr. James R. Habek. This copy was forwarded by R. Leavitt, Forest Supervisor, Lolo National Forest, Missoula Montana in 1963.
Statements and correspondence concerning the Prairie States Forestry Project (U.S.) and the Arizona Wool Grower's Association.
Papers from both Peter and Deedee Decker's work with the Environmental Defense Fund, Rocky Mountain Regional Advisory Board. Also includes a photocopy of typewritten transcript of talk entitled, "Standing on the back of turtles" given by Peter Decker on August 19, 2002 to Ouray County Historical Society stressing the importance of preserving local history.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, news releases and articles from Kirby's work with the Wilderness Society.
Training material for the U.S. Forest Service, manuals, correspondence and scrapbook of letters to Keplinger upon his retirement.
Correspondence, financial records, ledgers, minutes, patent applications, publicity material, photographs and memorabilia.
Platte River Itinerary, 1860: road ranches and stage relay stations along the river road between Fort Kearney and Denver City
Travel description based on quotes from diaries.
Includes clippings, reports, correspondence, brochures and pamphlets related to various conservation issues, including the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.
Correspondence, articles, speeches, reports and testimonials that address the environmental issues related to the building of dams, especially the proposed Echo Park Dam in Dinosaur National Park.
Correspondence, articles, original research papers.
Conference programs, reports and policy guidelines concerning the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, P.L. 96-487(ANILCA) and subsistence living.
Memos, notes, meeting minutes, correspondence, legal papers, newsletters, reports, photographs, slides, audiocassettes concern Colorado Open Lands Board of Directors.
Correspondence, reports and clippings concerning environmental issues in the Rocky Mountain region.