CONS. Conservation Collection
Found in 153 Collections and/or Records:
Reports, correspondence, and articles regarding recreational uses of regional parks.
Three scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from Seattle and Alaska newspapers regarding the fishing industry, primarily salmon.
Collection includes working papers, field trip reports, maps, photographs and reports from the University of Colorado Wilderness Study Group.
Collection contains mostly annual reports for the organization, including correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes.
The manuscript details Haefner’s experiences on the Siskiyou National Forest in Oregon from 1909 – 1925 and 1930. During this period of time, the Siskiyou was classified as virgin forest. Haefner’s assignment involved mapping this area, locating and estimating the amount of timber and agricultural land.
The collection spans 1998-2022 and contains grant fund applications, interim and final reports, and correspondence.
Collection contains a typed manuscript by Theodore Shoemaker titled "Some of my Experiences in the Forest Service" (98 p.); and typed manuscript (18 p.) written by his wife, Lillian Dee (nee Easton) Shoemaker, in 1955, reminiscing about the work of forest rangers and the contribution of their wives. Work diary dated 1909 transfered to CONS74, U.S. Forest Service collection, which contains other work diaries by Shoemaker.
Reports and photographs of soil and erosion control programs in Colorado and the Great Plains States.
Includes organizational records, clippings, photographs and maps.
Collection contains material developed in connection with the Arsenal Advisory Board, including memos, notes, meeting materials, reports, and correspondence. Also included are materials related to Smith's political activities.
Includes organizations records and issue related documents.
Collection contains reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, maps, court documents, photographs, and Wilderness Society publications covering program development, timber management, logging, wilderness areas, and land use management.
Includes files of Craig Gehrke, Regional Director regarding protection of National Forest roadless areas of Idaho, the Owyhee-Bruneau region, and advocacy and protection of the Birds of Prey National Conservation Area against recurring wildfires and military training exercises.
Thirty-five maps prepared by the Center for Landscape Analysis, located at the Wilderness Society Pacific Northwest Regional Office, Seattle, Washington . Includes wilderness lands, forest loss areas, and bio-regions in the Cascades, Sierra Nevada's, Stanislaus, Tahoe, and Eldorado National Forests, and dam locations in Washington (State). Also includes map of Spotted Owl habitat conservation centers, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.