Guide to the Stewart M. Brandborg Papers
1932-2000

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Creator: Stewart M. Brandborg, 1925-
Title: Stewart M. Brandborg Papers
Dates: 1932-2000 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 45.0 linear feet
Collection Number: Mss 699
Summary: This collection consists of the professional papers of environmental activist Stewart M. Brandborg. Brandborg served as Executive Director of The Wilderness Society from 1964-1977 and his papers include correspondence, research files and other documents from his time with that agency. Other materials cover his work with the National Wildlife Federation, the National Park Service, Wilderness Watch, and Friends of the Bitterroot (Montana.)
Repository: University of Montana--Missoula
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Archives and Special Collections

The University of Montana—Missoula
Missoula, MT 59812
406-243-2053
http://www.lib.umt.edu/asc
library.archives@umontana.edu

Languages: Materials are in English 

Biographical Note

Stewart M. Brandborg was born in Lewiston, Idaho, in February of 1925. His father, Guy M. "Brandy" Brandborg, was the assistant to the forest supervisor on the Nez Perce National Forest. In 1935, the Brandborg family moved to Montana where Guy Brandborg would serve as the forest supervisor for the Bitterroot National Forest for twenty years. In 1943, Stewart Brandborg began university studies at Montana State University in Missoula (now called The University of Montana.) It was here that Stewart met his future wife, Anna Vee Mather. Brandborg graduated in 1947 with a bachelor’s of science in wildlife technologies. He and Anna Vee were married in 1949 and would later have 5 children.

In the late 1940s Brandborg conducted pioneering mountain goat research while working for the Montana Department of Fish and Game. In 1949, while studying for his Master’s degree in Forestry at The University of Idaho, he was a research fellow at the Idaho Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit. Upon graduation (1951), Brandborg conducted research and management investigations on the mountain goat, elk, and other big game species with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, where he worked through 1953.

In 1954, Brandborg and his family moved to Washington DC where he had taken a position with the National Wildlife Federation as an assistant conservation director. While with the Federation, Brandborg worked with local conservation leaders on proposed dams on the Clearwater River in Idaho. He assisted in extending the Keep America Beautiful program to a state level and oversaw the publication and circulation of conservation literature to the public. In 1956, while still with the National Wildlife Federation, Brandborg was elected to the governing board of The Wilderness Society and in 1960 he was hired by The Wilderness Society as associate executive director. After the death of the director, Howard Zahniser, in 1964, Brandborg became the director of The Wilderness Society.

While at The Wilderness Society, Brandborg faced many challenges and a changing environmental movement. He placed a strong emphasis on working with local groups on conservation issues and stressed the importance of grassroots volunteers. He worked on proposing and supporting wilderness for designation under the newly minted National Wilderness Preservation Act passed in 1964. He also lent the support of The Wilderness Society to stopping a proposal for a Trans-Alaskan pipeline that threatened wilderness and wildlife in Alaska beginning in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. Although the pipeline was eventually built, the efforts of The Wilderness Society led to greater environmental regulations on the pipeline and the eventual declaration of over 100 million acres of parks, refuges, and wild rivers in Alaska. After an acrimonious departure from The Wilderness Society in January of 1977, Brandborg worked as special assistant to the director of The National Park Service until 1981. Iin this position Brandborg was responsible for the development of citizen participation programs to foster communication between The National Park Service and local citizens. In 1982, Brandborg became the national coordinator for The Regional Environmental Leadership Conference Series. Brandborg developed training materials and organized regional conferences to train new leaders in the environmental movement. He worked with The Leadership Series until he left Washington to return to Montana in 1986.

Brandborg returned to Montana's Bitterroot Valley and served as president of the Friends of the Bitterroot from 1988-1990. In 1998 he served on the board of directors of Wilderness Watch and he continues to work on local environmental issues from his home in Hamilton, Montana.

Content Description

The Stewart M. Brandborg Papers have been organized into eight series arranged by the periods in Brandborg’s professional career. The majority of the series have been further subdivided into an administrative subseries and a subject file subseries, reflecting the order in which they were maintained by Brandborg. The largest series in this collection relates to Brandborg's time with The Wilderness Society and includes planning documents, committee minutes, and extensive correspondence files.

Of particular interest within this collection are documents and congressional testimony related to the recommendation of new wilderness areas into the National Wilderness Preservation System signed into law in 1986, as well as documents related to the trans-Alaskan pipeline in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Also included are documents related to the Park Service's Citizen Participation Program which Brandborg helped develop and implement in the late 1970s.

This collection does not contain personal or family papers or photographs, although some of the files include correspondence from Stewart Brandborg's father, Guy M. Brandborg. The collection contains only a small number of materials related to the work Brandborg has done since his return to Montana from Washington D.C. in 1986.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula.

Restrictions on Use :  

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Non-exclusive copyright transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation :  

[Name of document or photograph number], Stewart M. Brandborg Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

This collection has been divided into eight series:

Series I: Rocky Mountain Goat Research, 1932-1953, 0.75 linear ft.

Series II: Idaho Department of Fish and Game, 1932-1954, 2.25 linear ft.

Subseries 1: Administration, 1949-1954, 0.25 linear ft.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1932-1954, 2.0 linear ft.

Series III: The National Wildlife Federation, 1946-1960, 3.25 linear ft.

Subseries 1: Administration, 1954-1960, 1.0 linear ft.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1946-1960, 2.25 linear ft.

Series IV: The Wilderness Society, 1930-1977, 28.0 linear ft.

Subseries 1: Administration, 1954-1976, 2.25 linear ft.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1930-1977, 25.75 linear ft.

Series V: Citizens Action Center, 1976-1977, 0.5 linear ft.

Series VI: National Park Service, 1976-1982, 4.5 linear ft.

Subseries 1: Administration, 1976-1981, 3.25 linear ft.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1976-1982, 1.25 linear ft.

Series VII: National Leadership Development Conference Series, 1981-1988, 5.25 linear ft.

Subseries 1: Administration, 1981-1986, 5.0 linear ft.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1981-1988, 0.25 linear ft.

Series VIII: Friends of the Bitterroot and Wilderness Watch, 1984-2000, 0.5 linear ft.

Custodial History :  

This collection was maintained by Stewart Brandborg until its donation to the Archives.

Acquisition Information :  

This collection was donated to the Archives by Stewart Brandborg in several accessions from 2005-2006.

Processing Note :  

Materials were refoldered during processing but original order within the folders was largely maintained. The subseries reflect the original order of the creator, but in most cases files were placed in strict alphabetical order during processing.

Separated Materials :  

Most bound monographs and congressional records and reports were seperated from the collection and placed in the Library's general stacks.

Related Materials :  

The Archives holds the papers of Stewart Brandborg's father, Guy M. Brandborg (Mss 691) as well as several oral history interviews with Stewart Brandborg.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I::  Rocky Mountain Goat Research, 1932-1953
0.75 linear ft.

This series contains subject files typically consisting of correspondence, memos, clippings, and/or notes.

Container(s)
Description
Box/Folder
1/1 Drafts of Thesis Introduction, undated
1/2 Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act, 1941-1950
1/3 Field Notes on the Mountain Goat, Sun Butte National Forest, 1947-1948
1/4 Graduate Research, 1948
1/5 Life History Observations of the Rocky Mountain Goat, Draft, 1948
1/6 Life History Observations of the Rocky Mountain Goat, Draft, undated
1/7 Montana Department of Fish and Game Mountain Goat Data, 1950-1951
1/8 Montana Fish and Game Department, Original Goat Report, 1947
1/9 Mountain Goat, 1948
1/10 Mountain Goat Data, 1949-1953
1/11 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Salmon River, Originals, 1949
1/12 Mountain Goat Food Habits, 1947
2/1 Mountain Goat Quarterly Reports and Others, 1948
2/2 Mountain Goat, Flathead-Sun River, Census, 1946-1947
2/3 Report of the Middle Fork Game Study, 1932
2/4 Report of Wildlife Studies in Jasper, Banff, and Yoho National Parks, 1944
2/5 South Dakota Mountain Goat Report, 1949
2/6 The Montana Study, 1944-1946

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Series II::  Idaho Department of Fish and Game, 1932-1954
2.25 linear ft.

This series is arranged into two subseries. Subseries 1: Administration includes Brandborg’s monthly reports, internal correspondence, and project reports. Subseries 2: Subject Files consists mainly of field notes on observations of big game and photographic records.

Container(s)
Description
Subseries 1:: Administration, 1949-1954
0.25 linear ft
Box/Folder
2/7 Administration General, 1951-1953
2/8 Literature Circulation, 1953
2/9 Operational and Project Reports, 1953-1954
2/10 W.L. Pengelly Correspondence, 1949-1953
2/11 D.R. Smith Correspondence, 1951-1953
2/12 Summary of Monthly Activities, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1951-1953
2/13 Summary of Monthly Activities, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1953
2/14 Toastmasters, 1952-1954
Subseries 2:: Subject Files, 1932-1954
2 linear ft.
Box/Folder
3/1 Adult Education Association , 1952-1953
3/2 Age Composition Study of Mountain Goats in the Selkirk Management Area , 1950-1951
3/3 Annual Spring Trend Counts, Selkirk Management Area , 1952
3/4 Big Game Reports and Papers , 1949-1954
3/5 Distribution and Census of Mountain Goats in the Selkirk Management Area , 1951
3/6 Grazing Bill, Miscellaneous , 1953-1954
3/7 Historical Distribution and Population, Selkirk Management Area , 1950-1951
3/8 Idaho Goat Studies , 1949-1954
3/9 Management Study of the Rocky Mountain Goat, Quarterly and Progress Reports , 1952
3/10 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Salmon River, Originals , 1950
3/11 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Salmon River, Originals , 1950-1951
3/12 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Salmon River, Originals , 1952-1953
4/1 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Selkirk Mountains, Originals , 1950-1952
4/2 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Selway River, Originals , 1951-1952
4/3 Mountain Goat Field Notes, Selway River, Typewritten , 1950
4/4 Mountain Goat Publication , 1953
4/5 Mountain Goat Trend Count Areas in the Selkirk Management Area , 1950-1951
4/6 Mountain Goat, Authors and Inquiry , 1948-1953
4/7 Other Species, Selkirk Management Area, 1950-1951
4/8 Plans for Harvest and Management, Selkirk Management Area, 1950-1952
4/9 Public Domain, 1950-1953
4/10 Public Relations, Sportsmen's Clubs, 1951-1953
4/11 Range Condition Research, 1951-1952
4/12 Salmon River General Field Notes, Originals, 1949-1950
4/13 Salmon River General Field Notes, Originals, 1951-1953
5/1 Salmon River General Field Notes, Typewritten, 1949-1950
5/2 Salmon River Photo Transect No. 1 and Photo Plots, 1951-1952
5/3 Salmon River Watershed Historical Range and District, Job Completion Reports-Census and Distribution, 1952-1953
5/4 Selkirk Management Area Photographic Records, 1951
5/5 Selkirk Mountains General Field Notes, Originals, 1950-1951
5/6 Selway River General Field Notes, Originals, 1951-1952
5/7 D.R. Smith, Big Horn Sheep Reports, Quarterly and Completion, 1952-1953
5/8 Soil Stability Guide, 1953
5/9 State Reports Notes, 1953
5/10 Statewide Mountain Goat Distribution Map and Population Estimates, 1950-1954
5/11 Vegetation and Forage Studies on Mountain Goat, Selkirk Management Act, 1950-1951

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Series III::  The National Wildlife Federation, 1946-1960
3.25 linear ft.

This series has been divided into two subseries. Subseries 1: Administration contains internal documents including budgetary information, meeting agendas and notes, and monthly reports. Subseries 2: Subject Files contains primarily correspondence, notes, clippings, congressional testimony, and speech information.

Container(s)
Description
Subseries 1: Administration, 1954-1960
1 linear ft.
Box/Folder
5/12 Agendas for Board of Directors Meetings, 1955-1956
5/13 Annual Meeting, 1954-1960
5/14 Board and Annual Meetings, 1956-1958
6/1 Budget and Fiscal, 1955-1956
6/2 Conservation Director Reports, 1954-1956
6/3 Executive Director Monthly Reports, Field Meeting Schedule, 1956-1957
6/4 Manual, 1959
6/5 Meeting Opening Statements, 1960
6/6 Project Statements and Evaluations, Leadership, 1960
6/7 Report of Stewart Brandborg, Assistant Conservation Director, 1955
6/8 Reports and Papers, 1951-1954
6/9 Requests, Leave, Executive Director Memos, 1956-1960
6/10 Salaries, etc., 1957-1959
6/11 Terminated Policies, Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, 1959
6/12 Travel Expenses, 1959
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1946-1960
2.25 linear ft.
Box/Folder
6/13-14 Aiken Grazing Bill, S. 2548, 1954
7/1 Bruce's Eddy Dam Proposal, 1950-1953
7/2 Bureau of Land Management and Fish and Wildlife Service Long Range Program, 1960
7/3 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, 1959-1960
7/4-5 Clippings, Brochures, Directories, 1954-1960
7/6 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Reports, 1953-1957
7/7 Committee of 100 on the Federal City, 1960
7/8 Conservation Education Pamphlets, 1939-1941
7/9 Conservation News, 1954-1960
7/10 Conservation News, 1959-1960
7/11 Conservation Report, 1956
8/1-2 Conservation Report, 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956
8/3-5 Conservation Report, 85th Congress, 1st and 2nd Session, 1957-1958
8/6-7 Conservation Report, 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958-1959
8/8 Educational Policy, 1958
8/9 Educational Program, 1954
8/10 Endangered Wildlife Publications, 1956-1960
9/1 Federal Timber Sales Policies, 1946-1958
9/2 Grazing Bill, 1953-1955
9/3-4 Information Specialists, Television Programs, 1958-1959
9/5 International Union for Conservation of Nature Leaflets, Soil and Water Conservation, 1959
9/6-7 Jaycee Conservation Commission, 1959-1960
9/8 Jaycee Conservation Committee, 1958-1959
9/9 Jaycee Conservation Information, 1959
9/10 Jaycee Conservation Program, 1959
9/11 Joint Legislative Conference, 1960
9/12 Leadership Training, 1957-1959
9/13 Letters to be Sent, 1954
9/14 Meeting of Conservation Roundtable, 1960
9/15 Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, 1954-1957
10/1-3 Montana Educational Program, 1954-1957
10/4 National Wilderness Preservation System, 1959-1960
10/5 National Wildlife Week, 1956
10/6 National Wildlife Week, 1957
10/7 National Wildlife Week, 1957
11/1 National Wildlife Week, 1958
11/2 National Wildlife Week, 1960
11/3 National Wildlife Week, 1960
11/4 National Youth Conservation Council, 1959-1960
11/5 Nature Center for Young America, 1960
11/6 Nontechnical Book on Outdoor Recreation, 1958
11/7 Opposition to Bruce's Eddy Dam, Columbia River, 1955-1957
11/8 Pamphlets, 1959-1960
11/6 Ravalli County Fish and Wildlife Association, 1954-1960
11/7 Salmon River, 1959
11/8 Speech Material, 1957-1959
12/1 Speech Material, 1957-1959
12/3 Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1954-1960
12/4 Stewart Brandborg Pocket Calendar and Notes, 1958
12/5 Subcommittees on Park Proposals, 1958-1959
12/6 The Conservation Directory, 1958
12/7 Watershed Pamphlets, 1960
12/8 Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners Conference, 1960
12/9-10 Wilderness Bill, 1958-1959
12/11 Yellowstone Lake Boating, 1959-1960
12/12 Youth Conservation Corps, 1959

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Series IV:  The Wilderness Society, 1930-1977
28.0 linear ft.

This series is arranged into two subseries. Subseries 1: Administration contains materials regarding staff meetings, budgets, notes, internal memos and correspondence, staff recruitment and planning, and The Wilderness Society Executive Committee meetings. Subseries 2: Subject Files contains correspondence, notes, clippings, congressional testimony, and speech information. Of particular interest are memos, notes, correspondence, and Congressional Testimony given on areas proposed for entry in the Wilderness Preservation System and the fight against the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline.

Container(s)
Description
Subseries 1: Administration, 1954-1976
2.25 linear ft.
Box/Folder
13/1 Administrative Division, Job Descriptions, undated
13/2-3 Annual Meeting-Check if in the right series, 1975
13/4-5 Appendices L and M, The Wilderness Society Manual, 1968-1972
13/6 Applications/Resumes, 1975
13/7-8 Budget, 1974-1975
13/9-12 Budget Cuts, 1974
14/1 Budget Plan, 1975
14/2 Budget Planning, 1969
14/3 Budget Planning, 1974-1975
14/4 Calls, Officers and Executive Committee, 1971-1976
14/5 Cash Reports, 1976
14/6 Check Request and Travel Forms, undated
14/7 Consultant and Grant in Aid Review, 1971-1972
14/8 Consultant Field Staff, 1974-1975
14/9 Consultant Plans, 1963-1965
14/10 Consultant Reports from Colorado, 1975
14/11 Contact Lists, 1974
14/12 Council Nominations, 1968-1971
14/13 Current Council Memberships, 1974-1977
15/1-2 Current Council Memberships, 1974-1977
15/3 Denver Staff Coordinator, 1972-1975
15/4 Denver Staff Meeting, 1974-1975
15/5 Director's Annual Report, 1973-1974
15/6 Division Leaders Meetings, 1974-1975
15/7 Divisional Leaders Meeting Notes, 1975
15/8 Editorial and Public Information Division Job Descriptions, undated
15/9 Employment File, 1964
15/10 Executive Committee and Executive Council, Memos and Correspondence, 1954-1962
15/11 Executive Committee Financial Reports, 1975
15/12 Executive Committee Notes, 1974
15/13 Executive Staff and Committee, Internal Memos, 1969-1974
15/14 Expense Notes, undated
15/15 Field Leadership Schedule, 1974
15/16 Field Staff and Consultant Weekly Activity Report, 1963-1971
15/17 Field Staff and Representative Weekly Activity Report, 1968
15/18 Field Staff and Representative Weekly Activity Report, 1974
15/19 Field Staff and Wilderness Consultants Weekly Activity Report, 1969
15/20 Financial Planning, Wendell Nance, 1974
15/21 Funding Committee, 1973
16/1 Income Projects, 1974
16/2 Investment Program, 1974
16/3 Issues-Council Meeting, 1976
16/4 Major Issues Requiring Resolution by the Conference Committee, 1973
16/5 Memos and Miscellaneous Internal Documents, 1962-1970
16/6 Clifton Merritt, Denver Office Cuts, 1974
16/7 Clifton Merritt, Internal Memos and Activity Reports, 1966-1975
16/8 Clifton Merritt, Plans, Notes, 1974
16/9 Nominating Committee, 1970-1974
16/10 Organizational Charts, undated
16/11 Organizational Development, Charts and Recruitment, 1975
16/12 Organizational Recruitment, 1975
16/13 Payroll and Salary Changes, 1964-1965
16/14-15 Personal Expense Claims, 1973-1975
16/16 Plans Coordinator, Division Programs, Jim Deane, 1975
16/17 Post-Dismissal Letter, 1976
16/18 Program Objectives, 1968-1969
16/19 Recruitment, 1974
16/20 Regulations, 1964
16/21 Staff Meeting Notes, 1966-1968
16/22 Staff Meeting Notes and Minutes, 1973
17/1 Staff Meeting Notes and Work Checklist, 1967-1968
17/2 Staff Meetings, 1965-1970
17/3 Staff Meetings, Minutes File, 1971-1972
17/4 Staff Meetings, Minutes File, 1973
17/5 Staff Organizational Chart, 1976
17/6 Staff Organizational Planning, 1960-1967
17/7 Staff Organizational Plans and Memos, 1968-1973
17/8 Staff Recruitment, 1973-1974
17/9 Staff Recruitment, 1975
17/10 Staff Review, Stewart M. Brandborg and Peeps Carney, undated
91/1 Staffing, **RESTRICTED**, 1969-1970
17/12 Travel Expenses, 1960
17/13 Treasurer Report, John Krutilla, 1973
17/14 Treasury Reports, 1959-1968
17/15 Wilderness Review Division Job Descriptions, undated
17/16 Wilderness Review Staffing and Duties, undated
18/1 Wilderness Reviews Division, 1976
18/2 Wilderness Review-Staff Meetings/Process, 1974-1975
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1930-1977
25.75 linear ft.
Box/Folder
18/3 A Way to the Wilderness Trip Program, 1968-1974
18/4 ABC Oil Spill News, undated
18/5 Adirondacks Temporary Study Commission, 1969-1971
18/6 Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility, 1973
18/7 Alaska, 1974-1976
18/8-9 Alaska, 80 Million Acres, 1973
18/10 Alaska, 80 Million Acres Advertisements, 1973
18/11 Alaska, 80 Million Acres, Stewart M. Brandborg Notes, 1973
18/12 Alaska, 80 Million Acres, Media Summary Notes, 1973
19/1 Alaska, Advertisements, 1973
19/2 Alaska, Articles and Alternatives, 1966-1972
19/3 Alaska Bill Amendments, 1972
19/4 Alaska Coalition, 1971-1973
19/5-6 Alaska Coalition, 1974-1975
19/7 Alaska Coalition, Letter to the President, 1971
19/8 Alaska Conservation Conference, 1969-1971
19/9-10 Alaska Conservation Society , 1969-1975
19/11 Alaska, D-2 Lands, 1972-1975
19/12 Alaska Federal-State Land-Use Planning Commission, 1975
19/13 Alaska Federation of Natives and Native Claims, 1970-1971
19/14 Alaska Field Report, 1969-1970
19/15 Alaska Geological Data, Valdez to Fairbanks, 1969
19/16 Alaska, Local Elections, 1974
19/17 Alaska, Mailer to Citizens, 1971
20/1 Alaska Map, Bureau of Land Management, 1972
20/2 Alaska, Media and Plans, 1973
20/3 Alaska National Interest Legislation, 1971
20/4 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 1970-1973
20/5 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Sponsors, 1971
20/6-7 Alaska Native Claims Settlement and Related Bills, 1970-1971
20/8-9 Alaska Notes, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1971
21/1 Alaska Oil Plans, 1966-1969
21/2 Alaska Pipeline Amendment, 1973
21/3 Alaska Pipeline Amendments, 1973
21/4 Alaska Pipeline Background and Plans, 1972-1973
21/5-7 Alaska Pipeline Bill, Senate and House Debates, 1973
22/1 Alaska Pipeline Bills and Congressional Documents, 1973
22/2 Alaska Pipeline Brandborg Notes on Wilderness Society Activities, 1970-1972
22/3 Alaska Pipeline Citizen Flyers, 1973
22/4 Alaska Pipeline Clippings, 1971-1973
22/5 Alaska Pipeline Clippings, 1973
22/6 Alaska Pipeline Committee Reports, 1973
22/7 Alaska Pipeline, Congressman Morris Udall, 1971-1973
22/8 Alaska Pipeline Environmental Impact Statement Draft, 1971
22/9 Alaska Pipeline February-March, 1973
22/10 Alaska Pipeline Final Environmental Impact Statement, 1972
23/1 Alaska Pipeline House and Senate Testimony, 1973
23/2-3 Alaska Pipeline House and Senate Testimony, 1973
23/4 Alaska Pipeline Information and Notes, 1973
23/7 Alaska Pipeline Internal Memos, 1973
23/5 Alaska Pipeline Land Use Planning Commission, 1973-1975
23/6 Alaska Pipeline Letters of Support, 1972
23/8 Alaska Pipeline Notes and Memos, 1975
24/1 Alaska Pipeline Planning, 1973
24/2 Alaska Pipeline Press Conference, Department of the Interior, 1972
24/3 Alaska Pipeline Public Correspondence, 1971-1973
24/4-5 Alaska Pipeline Public Hearings and Draft Statement, 1971-1973
24/6 Alaska Pipeline Route Notes, 1973
24/7 Alaska Pipeline Senate Bill 1081, 1973
24/8 Alaska Pipeline Special Appeal, Negative Letters, 1972
24/9 Alaska Pipeline Split Decisions, 1971
24/10 Alaska Pipeline Testimony, 1973
24/11 Alaska Planning Dinner, 1972
24/12 Alaska Press Releases, 1972-1973
24/13 Alaska Public Interest Coalition, 1973
24/14 Alaska Public Interest Coalition and Alaska Action Committee, 1973
24/15 Alaska Railroads and Highways through Public Lands, 1970
24/16 Alaska Related Congressional Records, 1972-1973
24/17 Alaska Related Introduced Bills, 1972-1973
24/18 Alaska Representative Jim Kowalsky, 1973
24/19 Alaska Task Force, Oil, Gas, and Roads, 1974
24/20 Alaska, Withdrawals, 1972
25/1 Alaska, Work Plans, 1975
25/2 Alaska-Canada Planning, 1973-1975
25/3 Aldo Leopold Foundation, undated
25/4 Alternative Oil Delivery Systems, undated
25/5 Amax Mining in Wyoming, 1974
25/6 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Meeting Minutes, 1968
25/7 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Section X, 1975
25/8 American Bar Association, 1973
25/9 American Committee for International Conservation, 1975
25/10 American Motors Conservation Award, Clifton R. Merritt, 1974
25/14 Analysis of a Political Interest Group: The Wilderness Society, 1968
25/11 Clifton P. Anderson, 1972
25/14 Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, 1966-1970
25/15 Appalachian Greenway, 1975
25/16 Appalachian Highlands Association, 1970
25/17 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, 1972
25/18 Areas of Agreement Committee, 1975
25/19 Arizona Wilderness Association Proposals, 1969
25/20 Arizona Wilderness Workshop, 1968
25/21 Arizonans for Water Without Waste, 1969
25/22 Assateague Island National Seashore, 1965-1967
25/23 Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Nat Reed, 1973-1975
25/24 Association of Data Processing Service Organizations, Incorporated, Supreme Court Decision, 1970
25/25 Atlantic Richfield Company, 1973
25/27 The "B", 1967-1975
25/28 Frank Barry, Plans, 1975
25/29 Frank Barry, Work Plans, 1970-1974
25/30 Basic Brandborg, A Pattern for Speeches on Wilderness Conservation, 1966
25/31 Leslie F. Beaty Thesis: Attitudes of Federal Natural Resource Decision Makers Toward Citizen Participation, 1964
25/32 Benton MacKaye Memorial, 1975
25/33 Bernard Frank for Action, 1964
25/34 Bernie Frank Dedication, 1975
25/35 Bills Regarding the National Wilderness Preservation System, Correspondence, 1967-1971
26/1 Bills Regarding the National Wilderness Preservation System, Correspondence, 1967-1971
26/2 Bi-Regional Conferences , 1974-1975
26/3 Bitterroot National Forest, 1975
26/4 Bitterroot National Forest Multiple Use Plan, 1972
26/5-8 Bitterroot Timber Controversy, 1969-1992
27/1 Bitterroot Timber Controversy, 1969-1992
27/2 Black Mountain Road, Idaho, 1967
27/3 Blue Plains Sewage Treatment Plant, 1975
27/4 Board of Church and Society Project, Methodist Church, 1973
27/5 Board of Regents Cooperation, 1975
27/6 Boston Television Series on National Parks, undated
27/7 Boundary Waters Canoe Area, 1973
27/8 Guy M. Brandborg Correspondence, 1971-1973
27/9 Guy M. Brandborg Correspondence, 1973-1974
27/10 British Columbia Environmental Council, 1971
27/11 Brotherhood of Venery, 1975-1976
27/12 Bureau of Land Management, 1974-1975
27/13 Bureau of Land Management Organic Act, 1973-1974
27/14 Bureau of Land Management Organic Act, 1974-1975
27/15 Dale Burk, 1971-1975
27/16 Dale A. Burk, Journalist, Bitterroot Controversy, Correspondence, 1975
27/17 Earl L. Butz, 1973
27/18 Bob Cahn, 1972
27/19-20 Canada-United States Environmental Council, 1974-1975
27/21 Canada-United States Environmental Council Meeting Notes, 1975
28/1 Canadian Notes, undated
28/2 Canadian Wilderness Associations, 1964-1969
28/3 Canadian Wilderness Associations, Publications, 1969-1973
28/3 Canyonlands National Recreation Area, 1962-1970
28/4 Carbon copies of Correspondence, 1974
28/5 Virginia "Peeps" Carney, 1968-1974
28/6 Carrying Capacity of Wilderness Areas, 1963
28/7 Cash Farm Lease, 1969
28/8 Chaco Canyon National Monument, New Mexico, 1968-1969
28/9 Chicago Mountaineering Club, 1968
28/10 Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness Area, 1968
28/11-12 Citizen Participation/Public Involvement Skills Workbook, 1975
28/13-14 Citizen's Committee on Natural Resources, 1969-1974
28/15 Citizens for Clean Water Package, 1972
28/16 Citizens for Moss Island at Little Falls, New York, 1975
28/17 Clippings, 1969-1972
28/18 Clippings, 1971-1973
29/1 Clippings, 1971-1978
29/2 Clippings, Gila Wilderness, Everglades National Park, Florida Barge Canal, 1969
29/3-4 Clippings: Personalities, 1955-1957
29/5 "Close Out", Interior Department, 1968
29/6 Coalition for National Population Policy, 1973
29/7 Colorado Magazine Research, 1970-1971
29/8 Colorado River, Correspondence and Clippings, 1964
29/9 Colorado Wilderness Plans, 1975
29/10 Comments on Proposed Regulations for Public Use, 1975
29/11 Community Leader Training, Handbook and Publications, 1968
29/12 Conference Participants Rosters, 1974-1976
29/13 Congressmen Aspinall, Colorado, 1972
29/14-15 Conservation Foundation, 1972-1975
29/16 Conservation Foundation, 1974
30/1 The Conservation Foundation, Correspondence, 1972
30/2 Conservation Foundation Newsletters, 1968-1972
30/3 Conservation Foundation, Public Affairs Committee, 1968
30/4 Conservation Foundation, Symposium on National Parks for the Future, 1972
30/5 Conservation Foundation, Woodstock Conference, 1972
30/6 Conservation Research Council, 1967-1971
30/7-8 Constituency Building and Public Involvement Articles, 1975-1982
30/9 Consultant Schedules, 1975
30/10 Toby Cooper, 1974
30/11 Cooperators for Wilderness, 1973-1975
30/12 Corporate Monitors, 1973
30/13 Correspondence Regarding Membership, 1973
30/14 Cosmos Club, 1974
30/15 Council on Environmental Quality, 1970
30/16 Council on Environmental Quality, 1970-1971
30/17 Coyote Ecology, 1972-1975
30/18 Crandall Plans Notes, 1970
30/19 Harry Crandell, 1974-1975
31/1 Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, 1967
31/2 Rupert Cutler, Assistant Executive Director, 1968
31/3 Rupert M. Cutler, Assistant Executive Director, Correspondence, 1969
31/4 Rupert M. Cutler, Assistant Executive Director, Correspondence, 1969-1970
31/5 D.O., 1975
31/6 Dams, Montana Wilderness, 1963
31/7-8 De Facto Wilderness Review, United States Forest Service, 1971
31/9 De Facto Wilderness Review, United States Forest Service, Sierra Club, undated
31/10 De Facto Wilderness Studies in Southeastern Alaska, 1963-1965
31/11 Defenders of Wildlife, 1966-1974
31/12-14 Defenders of Wildlife, 1972-1973
31/15 Defenders of Wildlife, 1973
32/1-2 Defenders of Wildlife, Inactive, 1971-1973
32/3 Delmarva Peninsula, Atlantic Ocean, 1968-1969
32/4 Denver Wilderness Mailers, 1972
32/5 Denver-Consultant Planning, 1972
32/6 Department of the Interior, 1973-1975
32/7 Department of Interior Transition, 1969-1970
32/8 Desert Protective Council, Incorporated, 1967
32/9 Desolation Valley Wilderness Bill, 1969
32/10 Ernest Dickerman, 1975-1986
32/11 Durango, Colorado, Continental Divide Trail, 1967
32/12 Dutch Lunch Group, 1974-1975
32/13 Earthcare Wilderness Conference, 1975
32/14 Eastern Wilderness, 1974-1975
32/15 Eastern Wilderness Areas Act, 1975
32/16 Economic and Financial Concentration Resolution, 1971
32/17 Elk Preservation, 1975
32/18 Energy Crisis Articles, 1970-1977
32/19 Energy Crisis Congressional Remarks, 1974-1975
32/20 Energy Policy Project, "A time to choose", 1974
32/21 Environmental Defense Fund, 1975
32/22 Environmental Policy Center, 1973
32/23 Environmental Policy Center, 1974-1975
32/24 Environmental Policy Center, 1975
32/25 Environmental Programs for the Future, 1975
32/26 Environmental Protection Agency, 1975
32/27 Environmental Protection Agency Action , 1971-1972
32/28 Environmental Protection Agency Deputy Administrator John R. Quarles, 1974
32/29 Environmental Protection Agency, Ross Train, 1974
33/1 Environmental Quality Education Act and Clean Air Act, 1971
33/2 Equipment Manufacturers, 1975
33/3 Everglades National Park, 1955-1970
33/4 Gary Everhardt, National Park Service, 1974-1975
33/5 Executive Office of the President, Office of Science and Technology, 1968
33/6 Exploratory project for Economic Alternatives, 1976
33/7 Faces of Wilderness , 1973
33/8 Falls Creek Project, undated
33/9 Federal Power Commission News, 1968
33/10 Federal Power Commission Proceedings, Joint Strategy, 1975
33/11 Fellows and Development Program Yearbooks, 1970-1971
33/12 Fred Ferber, 1972-1973
33/13 Fred Ferber, Sussex Woodlands, Inc., 1969-1973
33/14-17 Field Leadership Program, Book I, Salt Lake, Indianapolis, 1974
34/1-4 Field Leadership Program, Book II, St. Louis, Cedar City, Atlantic City, Pinkham Notch, 1974
34/5-8 Field Leadership Program, Book III, Chicago, Atlanta, Boise, Minneapolis, Chevy Chase, 1974
35/1 Fish and Wildlife Service Programs and Management Policies, 1975
35/2 Flathead River, North Fork Land Owner's Association, 1973
35/3 Florida Wilderness, 1968-1970
35/4 Follow-up issues, 1964
35/5 Ford Foundation Grants in Resources and Environment, 1968
35/6 Gerald Ford, 1974
35/7 Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resource Planning Act, 1974-1975
35/8-9 Forest Hearing, 1972-1976
35/10 Forest Service Cooperative Program, 1975
35/11 Forest Service Cooperative Project, 1975
35/12 Forest Service Hearings Testimony, 1973
35/13 Forest Service News, 1974
35/14 Forest Service Timber Decision, 1974
35/15 Forest Service Timber Management Plans for Colorado, 1975
35/16 Forest Service vs. Sierra Club, De Facto Suit, undated
35/17 Forest Service, Program for the Future, 1973
35/18 Forest Timber Conservation and Management Act, 1970
35/19 Forestry Education Program Development, 1967-1969
35/20 Forestry Issue, Bitterroot National Forest, 1975
36/1-3 Forestry Issues, 1974-1977
36/4-5 Forestry Programs, Clearcutting on the Bitterroot National Forest, 1974-1975
36/6 Foundation, 1975
36/7 Bernie Frank Dedication, 1975
36/8 Friends of the Earth, 1973
36/9 Michael Frome, 1968-1973
36/10 Michael Frome, Book, 1975
36/11 Michael Frome, Book Promotion, 1974
36/12 Michael Frome, Issues, 1971-1972
36/13 Michael Frome, Writings, Correspondence, 1971-1975
36/14 Funding Projects, 1975
36/15 General Workshop Materials, 1967-1968
36/16 Publications, Ann Geracimos, 1974
36/17 Gila Wilderness Commemorative, 1954-1974
36/18 Glacier Peak Wilderness Area, 1957-1967
37/1 Good Life Project, 1974
37/2 Good Life Project, 1974
37/3 Grand Canyon Indian Lands, 1974
37/4 Grand Canyon National Park, 1968
37/5-7 Grand Canyon, Central Arizona Project, and Hooker Dam, 1967
37/8 Grant-in-Aid Correspondence, 1974
37/9-10 Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1965-1970
37/11 Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1966
37/12 Great Swamp Wilderness Area, 1967
37/13 Great Swamp Wilderness Proposal, 1968
38/1 Green America, 1975
38/2 Grizzly Bear Issues Notes and Drafts, 1975
38/3 John Hall, 1969
38/4 John Hall, Assistant Executive Director, Correspondence, 1969
38/5 Governor Jay Hammond, Alaska, 1975
38/6 Havasu and Superstition Management Plan, 1971
38/7-8 Helena National Forest, Lincoln-Scapegoat Backcountry, 1965-1969
38/9 Hells Canyon Preservation Council, Inc., 1969-1971
38/10 Ruth Higbie, 1975
38/11 High Rock Canyon-Black Rock Desert, 1975
38/12 High Uintas Wilderness, Ashley and Wasatch National Forests, Utah, 1968
38/13 Ed Hilliard, Vice President, Correspondence, 1969
38/14 Ed Hilliard, Vice President, Correspondence, 1969-1972
38/15 Hilltop Mining Bills, Correspondence, 1972
38/16 Discussion and Planning, Ed Hilliard, 1969-1970
38/17 Honoraria, Stewart Brandborg, 1969-1971
38/18 Hooker Dam Central Arizona Project, Correspondence, 1967-1968
38/19 Hooker Dam and Central Projects, 1961-1967
39/1-3 Hooker Dam Project, Bills, Letters to Congressmen, and Statements, 1967-1968
39/4 Hooker Dam, Central Arizona Project, 1968
39/5 Hooker Dam, Central Arizona Project , 1967-1968
39/6-8 Hooker Dam, Gila Wilderness, 1967-1970
39/9 House and Senate Interior Committee Assignments, 1973
39/10 House Proposal, 1973
39/11 House Subcommittee Testimony, 1975-1976
40/1 House Subcommittees on Public Lands, 1969-1973
40/2 Thatcher Hubbard, Northwest Steelheaders, Correspondence, 1970-1973
40/3 Hubert Humphrey, 1972
40/4 Idaho Wildlife Federation, 1973
40/5 Interior Department, Wilderness Act Regulations for Mining, 1967-1968
40/6 Interior Department-Strategies, Plans, 1975
40/7 Internal Revenue Service, Recent Conservation Proposition, 1971-1972
40/8 International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 1974
40/9 International Wilderness Brochure, 1974
40/10 Jack Beidler Memorial Fund, 1975
40/11 Joint Senate Interior and Commerce Committee Testimony, 1976
40/12 Kalamazoo Nature Center, 1970
40/13 Kansas Conference, 1975
40/14 Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, 1968
40/15 Land Policy Program for Pennsylvania and Lycoming County, 1975-1976
40/16 Leaders' Letter, 1975
40/17 Leadership Development Working Conference, 1969-1974
40/18-19 Leadership Workshop, 1956-1970
41/1 Legislative Activities, 1972
41/2 Letters for Checking and Reply, 1962-1964
41/3 Letters to Mail, 1974
41/4 Life Magazine, 1970
41/5 Lincoln-Scapegoat Wilderness and Representative, Arnold Olsen, 1969-1970
41/6 Lincoln-Scapegoat Wilderness Area, 1964-1970
41/7-8 Lincoln-Scapegoat Wilderness Area, 1969-1971
41/9 Litigation Coordination, Sierra Club and The Wilderness Society, 1975
41/10 Litigation Plans, 1975-1976
41/11 Livestock on Public Lands, 1968
41/12 Living Wilderness, 1965-1969
41/13 Living Wilderness Article, 1975
41/14 Living Wilderness Plans, 1974-1975
41/15 Logging Information and Articles, 1975-1976
41/16 Benton MacKaye Memorial, 1975
42/1-2 Magruder Corridor, Upper Selway, 1964-1965
42/3 Mailers, 1972-1973
42/4 Management Exercise, Ohio State Automobile Association, 1967
42/5 Management of Bears in Yellowstone National Park, 1967
42/6 Maps, 1964
42/7 March Washington Seminar, 1972
42/8 Marine Sanctuary Study Bill, 1968
42/9 George Marshall, Complaints, 1974
42/10 George Marshall, Correspondence, 1975
42/11 George Marshall, Program Criticism, 1971-1975
42/12 John Marshall for Senate, 1974
42/13 Maryland Conservation Council, 1973-1974
42/14 Maryland House of Delegates, Bills on Wilderness, 1969
42/15 Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1972-1974
42/16 Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1975
42/17 Materials for Use in Preparation of Protest, 1968-1974
43/1-2 Materials for Use in Preparation of Protest, 1968-1974
43/3 Jean Matthews, Wilderness Speeches, 1974
43/4 Eugene McCarthy, Clippings and Notes, 1967-1968
43/5 George McGovern, 1972
43/6 John R. McGuire, Forest Service Chief, 1954-1974
43/7 Media Campaign-Newspaper Plan, 1973
43/8 Member Mailings, 1968-1975
43/9 Membership and Member Correspondence, 1974-1975
43/10 Membership Funding, 1973-1974
43/11 Membership Information and Correspondence, Howard Zahniser, 1964
43/12 Membership Mailings, 1964-1974
43/13 Membership Mailings, 1974-1976
43/14 Clif Merritt, Articles, 1970
43/15 Clifton Merritt, Correspondence and Statements, 1968-1975
43/16 Messinger Wilderness Seminar, 1973-1975
44/10 Michigan Wilderness and Isle Royale, 1967-1973
44/11 Minerals Policy and Mining Laws , 1953-1969
44/12 Minerals vs. Wilderness, 1968-1975
44/13 Mining Law, 1969
44/19-20 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1969-1972
44/21 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1975
44/14 Missouri River, Montana, 1967
44/15 Model State Workshop, 1975
44/17 Montana League of Conservation Voters, 1975
44/18 Montana Outdoors, 1975
44/22-23 Montana Wilderness and Wildlife Correspondence, 1966-1969
45/1-2 Montana Wilderness Association, 1960-1977
45/3 Montana Wilderness Bill, 1975
45/4 Montana Wildlife Federation, Proposal for Improving Wildlife and Land Resource Management, undated
45/5 Motor Vehicles on Public Lands, 1964
45/6 Mount Jefferson Wilderness Area, 1966-1969
45/7-8 Mount Jefferson Wilderness Area Proposal, 1963-1970
45/9 Mountain Goat Article, 1968
45/10 Mountain Goats, 1971-1972
45/11 Multiple Use Plan Skalkaho-Bird and Sleeping Child Planning Units, 1973
45/12 Multiple Use Plan-Burnt Fork Planning Unit, 1972
45/13 Margaret Murie Correspondence, 1966-1972
45/14 Murie-Broome Awards, 1969
45/15 National Commission on Water Quality, 1975
45/16 National Conference on Environmental Leadership, 1975
45/17 National Forest Timber Conservation and Management Act, 1969
46/1 National Forest Wilderness and National Forest Primitive Areas, undated
46/2 National Interest Amendments, 1971
46/3 National Park Service, 1967
46/4-5 National Park Service, 1972-1975
46/6 National Park Service Brochures, 1967-1972
46/7 National Park Service Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife Wilderness Hearing Announcements, 1965-1967
46/8 National Park Service Clippings, 1972
46/9 National Park Service Coop Program, 1975
46/10 National Park Service Leadership and Conservation Cooperative, 1974
46/11 National Parks for the Future, Press Coverage and Editorial Reaction, 1972
46/12 National Public Lands Task Force, Charles Watson, 1970-1971
46/13 National Resources Council of America, 1973
46/14 National Resources Council of America, 1975
46/15 Natural Resources Council of America, Correspondence, 1975
46/16 National Timber Bills Correspondence, 1954-1970
46/17-18 National Timber Supply Act, 1969-1970
46/19 National Watershed Congress, 1973
47/1-3 National Wild Rivers System, 1966-1968
47/4 National Wilderness Preservation System, 1964-1965
47/5 National Wildlife Federation Conservation Directory, 1974
47/6 National Wildlife Refuge System, 1968
47/7 Native Species Conservation and Enhancement Act, 1974-1975
47/8 Natural Resources Council of America, 1969
47/9 Natural Resources Council of America, Legislative News Service, 1968
47/10 Nature News Notes, Utah Nature Study Society, 1975
47/11 Nevada Outdoor Recreation Association, 1968-1972
47/12 Newsletter and Bulletin, 1972
47/13 Richard Nixon, 1971-1973
47/14 North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 1974-1975
47/15-16 North Cascades National Park, 1961-1971
47/17 North Cascades National Park, Mailer Responses, 1970
48/1-2 North Cascades Park, 1966-1968
48/3 Northern Environmental Council Grant, 1975
48/4 Northern Great Plains Action Group, 1975
48/5 Northern Rockies Action Group, 1975
48/6 Northern Rockies Action Group, 1975-1976
48/7 Northwest Conservation Representative, 1972
48/8 Northwest Wilderness Conference, 1970
48/9 Northwest Wilderness Conference, 1973-1974
48/10 Northwest Wilderness Conference, 1974
48/11 Notes, 1972-1973
48/12 Notes, 1974-1975
48/13 Notes, 1975-1976
48/14-15 Notes and Memos on Seminars, 1968-1972
49/1 Notes of Virginia Carney, Meeting of the Wilderness Society Governing Council, 1975
49/2 Notes to Take Home, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1973
49/3 O'Hara for Majority Leader, 1970
49/4 Ohio Conservation Foundation, 1970
49/5 Oil Industry, 1974-1975
49/6 Oil-Energy, 1974
49/7 Richard C. Olson, Reading Copies, 1974
49/8 Sigurd Olson, Correspondence, 1970-1972
49/9 Sigurd Olson, Plans, 1968-1970
49/10 Operation Grass Roots Concept, 1972-1974
49/11 Operation Grassroots, Correspondence, 1975-1976
49/12 Oregon, House Environmental/ Energy Committee, 1975
49/13 Organic School Workshops, 1971-1972
49/14 Organizational Correspondence, 1975
49/15 Outdoor Recreation Use and the Public Lands, Public Land Law Review Commission, 1969
49/16 Outer Continental Shelf Act Notes, undated
49/17 Park Planning Handbook, 1966
49/18 Pending Issues, 1974
49/19 Marlin Perkins's, Wild Kingdom Proposal, 1975
50/1 Personal Correspondence, 1967-1973
50/2 Personal Correspondence, 1968-1975
50/3 Pittsburgh Teach-in, 1970
50/4 Plans for Trip Program, 1974-1975
50/5 Point Reyes National Seashore, 1969
50/6 Possible Management Alternatives for the Idaho and Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area, 1973
50/7 Possible Management Alternatives for the Salmon River and Adjacent Lands, 1973
50/8 Press Use Project, 1973-1975
50/9 Production Forms with List Count, 1971-1973
50/10 Professional Foresters, 1974
50/11 Program Development Projects, 1972
50/12 Project Monitor, 1974-1975
50/13 Proposed Litigation, 1975
50/14 Protest in Response to the Internal Revenue Service, 1972
50/15 Public Correspondence, 1975
51/1 Public Domain and Secretary of the Interior Hickel, 1970
51/2 Public Education Division, 1975
51/3 Public Equity Corporation, undated
51/4 Public Hearing Statements, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1968
51/5 Public Involvement, United States Forest Service Roadless Area Review, 1974
51/6 Publications Correspondence, 1975
51/7 Publications Department Correspondence, 1975
51/17 Publications Office, 1969
51/4 Publications, Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station, School of Forestry, University of Montana, 1971-1974
51/5 Put on Newsprint, undated
51/6 Quarterly Report of the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, 1965
51/7 Radio-Television Publicity, 1974-1975
51/8 Recreational Vehicles (RVs) in National Parks, 1972
51/10 Redwood Creek, Humboldt County, California, National Park Proposal Correspondence, 1967
51/9-10 Redwood National Park, 1966-1968
51/11 Nathanial Reed, 1973
51/12 Regulating Regulatory Agencies, undated
51/13 Vic Reinemer, 1964-1976
51/14 Remarks Given at the Thirteenth Biennial Wilderness Conference, 1973
51/15 Reorganization of the United States Department of Agriculture and United States Department of the Interior, Dan Poole, undated
51/16 Reports to the Federal Power Commission, 1969
52/1 Reports: Wildlife and Resource Management, 1930-1968
52/2 Requests for Photos, undated
52/3 Requests from Members, 1964
52/4 Return of Lands to the Yakima Indian Reservation, 1972
52/5 Carolyn Rinehart,Writer and Reporter, 1975
52/6 Roadless Areas, 1973
52/7 Roadless Inventories, Forest Service, 1975
52/8 Roadless National Forest Management, 1975
52/9 Salmon River Breaks Wilderness Plans, 1973
52/10 Salmon River Wilderness and Idaho Wilderness, Proposal, 1973
52/11 Sample Mailings, Other Organizations, 1973-1976
52/12 Sample Programs, Regional Workshops, 1968-1974
52/13 San Rafael Wilderness, 1967-1968
52/14-15 San Rafael Wilderness Area, 1967-1968
52/16 San Rafael Wilderness Bill, 1967
53/1-3 San Rafael Wilderness Bill File, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1967-1968
53/4-5 San Rafael Wilderness Correspondence, 1967-1968
53/6 Earl D. Sandvig, 1970
53/7 Save the Tallgrass Prairie, 1973-1975
53/8 John Saylor, 1970-1973
53/9 Peter Scholes Correspondence, 1974
53/10 Doug Scott, 1970
53/11 Doug Scott Thesis: The Wilderness Act, 1969, 1969
53/12-14 Douglas W. Scott, Manuscript Draft, Origins and Development of the Wilderness Bill: 1930-1956, undated
54/1 Douglas Willard Scott Theses Proposal: The Wilderness Act: A Case Study in Resource Policy Evolution, undated
54/2 Seashore Proposals, 1967-1968
54/3 Second Alaska Purchase, 1972
54/4 Secretary of the Interior Kleppe, 1975
54/5 Secretary of the Interior Morton, 1972-1973
54/6-7 Secretary of the Interior Morton, 1973-1975
54/8 Secretary Udall and Secretary Freeman Materials, 1965-1968
54/9 Self-Support Financing, 1975
54/10 Selway-Bitterroot Management Plan, 1974
54/11 Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, 1964
54/12 Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Correspondence, 1956-1968
54/13 Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, Frank Church and Lee Metcalf Correspondence, 1966-1967
54/14 Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Management Plan (Review Draft), 1975
54/15 Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Notes, 1960-1968
54/16 Seminar Participants, 1969-1973
54/17 Seminar Participants and Feedback, 1971-1973
55/1 Seminar, General Notes and Correspondence, 1972-1975
55/2 Seminars, Workshops, and Training, 1972
55/3 Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, 1975
55/4-5 Senate Subcommittee Testimony, 1976
55/6 Senate Wilderness Bills, 1969
55/7 Senator Hart, Michigan, 1972
55/8 Senator Henry Jackson, Washington, 1971-1973
55/9 Senator J. Fulbright, 1973
55/10-12 Senator John Melcher , 1973-1975
55/13 Senator John Melcher, Montana, 1974
55/14 Sentman Publishing , 1975-1976
55/15 September Environment Issues, 1975
55/16 Sierra Club, 1972-1975
55/17 Sierra Club Legislation and the IRS, 1966-1975
55/18 Sierra Club Memos, Washington and Idaho, 1968
55/19 Sierra Club National News Report, 1975
56/1 Sierra Club Wilderness Committee, 1973
56/2 Silvicultural Systems, Forest Service, 1973
56/3 Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 1963-1970
56/4 Dwight R. Smith, Colorado State University, Land Use Seminar Wilderness Paper, 1955-1967
56/5 Society of American Foresters, 1975
56/6 Society of American Foresters, Speech File, 1974
56/7 Speaking Engagements, Sweet Briar College, Virginia, 1972
56/8 Speech Files, American Association of Conservation Information, 1969
56/9 Speech Files, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1969-1970
56/10 Speech Files, Fund Raising Committee, 1970
56/11 Speech Files, Georgia Conservation, 1970
56/12-13 Speech Files, Reference Materials, 1969-1970
56/14-15 Speech Files, Research, 1961-1968
57/1 Speech Files, Reuss Committee, 1970
57/2 Speech Outlines, 1970-1975
57/3 Speech, Northwest Wilderness Conference, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1974
57/4 Speech, Women's National Democratic Club, 1974
57/5-7 Speeches, Background, and Information, 1958-1975
57/8 Speeches, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1966
57/9 Speeches, General Outline and Format, 1966-1980
57/10-11 Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1961-1963
58/8-9 Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1964
58/1-2 Speeches, The Wilderness Society, 1958-1974
58/3 St. John River and Dickey Dam, Maine, 1969
58/4 St. Louis Regional Conference, 1974
58/5 George H. Stankey, Publications, 1970-1974
58/6 State and Regional Environmental Leaders Workshop, 1972
58/7 State Committees on Wilderness, 1971-1972
59/1-2 State Workshops, Alabama-Missouri , 1974-1975
59/3-5 State Workshops, Montana-Wyoming, 1974-1975
59/6 Statement of George Alderson, Director of Federal Affairs, 1974
59/7 Statement of Support of Proposed Redwood National Park, 1965
59/8 Statements and Testimony, Subcommittee on Public Lands, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, House of Representatives, 1973
59/9 Stratified Primitive Area, 1966
59/10 Strip Mining, 1974
59/11 Student Conservation Program, 1975
59/12 Students, Interviews, Surveys, etc., 1975
59/13-14 Summary of Economic Information Related to the Two Pipeline Alternatives, undated
60/1 Summary Proposal for the Salmon River-Idaho, 1973
60/2 Summit Conference on Energy, Sugarloaf, 1974
60/3 Sun Butte Dam, 1968-1970
60/4 Supersonic Transport (SST) Senate Vote, 1970-1971
60/5 Symposium and Meeting Proceedings, 1964-1974
60/6 Symposiums and Dedications, 1975
60/7 Taos Pueblo, H.R. 3306, 1969
60/8 Tax Law Change, Internal Revenue Service, 1974-1976
60/9 Tax Study, 1969-1971
60/10 Tax Study Appendix (K-1), 1970-1971
60/11 Tax Study, Internal Revenue Service , 1970
61/1 Tax Study, Internal Revenue Service , 1972
61/2 Tax Study Notes, Internal Revenue Service, 1969-1972
61/3 Testimony, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, 1968
61/4 Teton Sciences Summer School End of summer Report, 1968
61/5 Texas Marine Sanctuary, 1969
61/6 Think Tank Project, 1973
61/7 Three Sisters Wilderness Area, 1972
61/8-9 Timber, 1971
61/10 Timber, 1973
61/11 Timber Fight, 1972-1973
61/12 Timber Harvest on Public Lands, Articles, Notes, Correspondence, 1970-1975
61/13 Timber Harvest on Public Lands, Committees, 1969-1971
61/14 Timber Industry Advertisements and Responses, 1975
62/1-2 Timber, Mailings to Timber Corporations, 1972-1975
62/3 Training Course for Conservation Activists, 1968
62/4 Training for Communicating with Congress, 1970-1971
62/5 Thurman Trosper Correspondence, 1975
62/6 Unanswered Correspondence, 1972
62/7 Trout Unlimited, 1972-1973
62/8 Trout Unlimited, 1973
62/9 Trustees for Conservation, 1958-1968
62/10 Trustees for Conservation, 1975
62/11 Morris Udall, 1974
62/12 Morris Udall, Presidential Campaign, 1975-1976
62/13 Stewart Udall, 1971
62/14 United Nations Environment Programme, 1975
62/15 Unity Group Notes, 1975
62/16-17 Unity Groups and Contacts, undated
63/1 University of Idaho Advisory Council, College of Forestry, 1967-1971
63/2 University of Montana Bitterroot Study, 1974
63/3 University Publications on Natural Resources, 1966-1969
63/4 Upper Missouri River Plans, 1975
63/5-6 Upper Selway-Magruder Corridor, 1965-1971
63/7 Urban Environment Conference, 1971-1975
63/8 Valley of the Giants, 1975
63/9 Ventana and Desolation Valley Wilderness Bills, 1969
63/10 Ventana Wilderness Area, 1967-1969
63/11 Voyageurs, 1969-1970
63/12 Voyageurs National Park, 1970
63/13 Voyageurs National Park Association, 1975
63/14 Ronald Walker, 1973
63/15 Director of the National Park Service Ronald Walker, 1972-1974
63/16 Wambach Report, S. 393, 1975
64/1 Washakie Wilderness Proposal, 1966-1969
64/2-3 Washington Seminar, 1971
64/4 May Washington Seminar, 1972
64/5-6 Washington Seminar, 1973
64/7 Washington Seminar, 1975
64/8-10 Washington Wilderness Seminar, 1973
64/11 Washington Wilderness System, undated
64/12 Waterless Waste Disposal, Howard H. Leich, 1974
64/13 West Virginia Highlands Conservancy vs. Island Creek Coal Company, 1971-1976
64/14 Western Trip, People to See, 1972
64/15 White House, 1970-1973
65/1-2 White House Bureau of the Budget, 1967-1970
65/3 Wild and Scenic Rivers, 1965-1966
65/4 Wild Missouri River, 1960-1970
65/5 Wild Rivers, Craighead Brothers, Correspondence, 1965-1966
65/6 Wilderness Act Analysis, 1962-1964
65/7 Wilderness Act Handbook, Initial Effort to Write Citizen Guide for Wilderness Review, 1965-1967
65/8 Wilderness Act Regulations, Mines and Mining, 1965-1967
65/9 Wilderness Act, 10th Anniversary Observance, 1972
65/10 Wilderness Area Files, Brandborg, Stewart, Lincoln-Scapegoat, Montana and San Gabriel, California, 1943-1976
65/11 Wilderness Area Reviews, 1966-1967
65/12 Wilderness Areas, Congressional Reports and Records, 1964
65/13 Wilderness Awareness Teacher Training, 1969
65/14 Wilderness Bill, National Organizations, 1962-1965
66/1-2 Wilderness Bills, 1962-1970
66/3-4 Wilderness Bills, 1965-1972
66/5 Wilderness Bills, Sycamore Canyon, Pine Mountain, Mount Baldy, Wisconsin Islands, Correspondence and Testimony, 1967-1971
66/6 Wilderness Committee, Maryland, 1968-1973
66/7 Wilderness Committee, Virginia, 1969-1970
66/8-10 Wilderness Committee, Washington D.C., 1966-1970
66/11 Wilderness Conservation Leader's Background Information Kit, 1956-1967
67/1 Wilderness Conservation Leader's Background Information Kit, 1956-1967
67/2-3 Wilderness Conservation Leader's Background Information Kit, 1961-1970
67/4 Wilderness Decision Making, 1971-1972
67/5 Wilderness Education, 1966-1968
67/6 Wilderness Foundation, 1975
67/7 Wilderness Handbook Outline, undated
67/8 Wilderness Hearings, 1967-1969
67/9 Wilderness Issues, Correspondence, 1968-1971
67/10 Wilderness Law Change, 1975-1976
67/11-12 Wilderness Management Plans, 1974
67/13 Wilderness Management Policy, 1974
67/14 Wilderness Plan for Everglades National Park, 1968
67/15 Wilderness Prospecting, undated
67/16 Wilderness Public Hearings, 1966-1973
67/17 Wilderness Report, 1975
67/18 Wilderness Report Notes, 1972
67/19 Wilderness Report Plan, undated
68/1 Wilderness Reviews Correspondence, 1975
68/2 Wilderness Society and Sierra Club Joint Staff Meeting, 1969-1970
68/3 Wilderness Society Logo Plan, 1975
68/4 Wilderness Society Records, Denver Conservation Library, 1969
68/5 Wilderness Society Regions, undated
68/6 Wilderness Strategy Meeting, Sierra Club, San Francisco, 1973
68/7 Wilderness Study Institute, University of Montana, Reports and Studies, 1974
68/8 Wilderness Trip Court Cases, 1969
68/9 Wilderness User Studies, 1966-1968
68/10 Wildernesses Trip Plans, 1974-1975
68/11 Wildlife, 1973
68/12 Wildlife and Habitat Coordinating Committee, 1974
68/13 Wildlife and Habitat Coordinating Committee, 1974
68/14 Wildlife Conference and Meeting Brochures, 1961-1966
68/15 Wildlife Management Institute, 1975-1976
68/16 Wildlife Management Institute, C.R. Gutermuth Statements, 1969
68/17 Wildlife Range Transfer, 1975
68/18 Wildlife Refuge Transfer to Bureau of Land Management Correspondence, 1975
68/19 Wildlife Society, 1969
68/20 Williams Law Dinner, 10th Anniversary, 1974
68/21 R.T. Williams, Biographical File, 1974
68/22 Wingspread Conference, 1975
68/23 Wyoming Conservation Meetings, 1971
68/24 Yamagoda Priorities, 1974
68/25 Yellowstone National Park Centennial Speech, 1972
68/26 Yosemite Workshop, 1974-1975
68/27 Youth Plans, Workshops, Student Groups, Mailing Lists, 1970
68/28 Howard Zahniser Memorial Wilderness Collection, 1970

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Series V:  Citizens Action Center, 1976-1977
0.5 linear ft.

This series consists of subject files primarily containing correspondence, plan proposals, and notes.

Container(s)
Description
Box/Folder
68/29 Billing, 1976-1977
68/30 Plans Proposal, 1975-1976
68/31 Proposal, 1976
69/1-2 Conservation Workshop Manual, 1976
69/3 In the Middle Newsletter, 1976
69/4 Pacific Northwest Conservation Council, 1976

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Series VI:  National Park Service, 1976-1982
4.5 linear ft.

This series contains information regarding the development and implementation of The National Park Service citizen participation program, including notes, internal memos and correspondence, budgetary planning materials, and work plans. Subject Files include correspondence, meeting notes, and training materials.

Container(s)
Description
Subseries 1: Administration , 1976-1981
3.25 linear ft.
Box/Folder
69/5 Blue Ridge Conference Notes and Planning, 1979
69/6 Citizen Involvement and Public Participation Strategy and Handbooks, 1976-1981
69/7 Citizen Leader Proposal, undated
69/8 Citizen Participation Action Plan, 1979
69/9 Citizen Participation Briefing, 1978-1979
69/10 Citizen Participation Conference Costs, 1980
69/11 Citizen Participation Consultant and Training Services, 1978-1980
69/12 Citizen Participation Consultant File, 1980
69/13 Citizen Participation Documentation, Stewart M. Brandborg, 1979-1981
69/14 Citizen Participation Plans Advisory Group, 1977-1978
70/1-2 Citizen Participation Position, 1976-1980
70/3 Citizen Participation Presentation, Assistant Secretary Meeting, undated
70/4 Citizen Participation Program, 1978
70/5 Citizen Participation Program Inventory Form, undated
70/6 Citizen Participation Program, Participatory Design, 1977-1981
70/7 Citizen Participation Program Plan, 1978
70/8 Citizen Participation Program Plan, Comments by National Park Service, 1976-1980
70/9 Citizen Participation Program Plan, Departmental Manual, undated
70/10 Citizen Participation Program, Program Prospectus, 1978
70/11 Citizen Participation Program, Leadership Conference Materials, 1977-1981
71/1-2 Citizen Participation Program, Long-Term Management Plan, 1978-1979
71/3 Citizen Participation Program, Management Report Process, 1978-1979
71/4 Citizen Participation Program, Memos-Planning, 1978-1979
71/5 Citizen Participation Program, Work Evaluation, 1980
71/6 Citizen Participation Programs, Southeast Regional Office, 1977-1978
71/7 Citizen Participation Work Plan for Regional Directors and Superintendants, 1978-1980
71/8 Citizen Participation, Department of the Interior Actions, 1977
71/9 Citizen Participation, Director's Memo, 1979
71/10-11 Citizen Training Program Guidelines, 1978-1980
72/1 Consumer/Citizen Participation Program, 1979-1980
72/2 Controlled Decision Process Tracking System, Issues Lists, 1977-1978
72/3-4 Correspondence to Directorate, 1977-1979
72/5 Denver Support Center, Citizen Participation, 1977
72/6-7 Development of the National Park Service Citizen Participation Program, 1975-1979
72/8-9 Environmental Planning Session, 1977
72/10 Executive Committee Training Materials, 1979-1980
73/1 Executive Order for Citizen Participation, 1980
73/2 Expense Claims, Miscellaneous, 1979-1980
73/3 Follow-up Planning on Valley Forge Conference, 1979
73/4 Group Task Roles, 1980
73/5 Harper's Ferry Retreat, National Park Service, 1980
73/6 Interagency Regional Meeting Proposal, 1977
73/7 Interdepartmental Coordination for Public Participation Process, 1979-1980
73/8 Interior Department Citizen Participation Planning/Training, 1980
73/9 Memos, Citizen Participation Program, 1979-1980
73/10 Memos, Department of the Interior, 1978
73/11 Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, Citizen Participation Plans for Parks, 1978-1979
74/1 National Parks Conservation Association, Citizen Involvement Program, 1978-1980
74/2 New England Regional Conference Plans, 1979-1982
74/3 Position Descriptions, Citizen Participation Program, 1977-1981
74/4 Preliminary Work Plan, 1977
74/5-6 Program Plans, 1978-1979
74/7 Program Prospectus, National Park Service Citizen Participation Program, 1979-1980
74/8-9 Public Involvement Guidelines, 1977-1978
75/1 Public Involvement in Planning, 1978
75/2-3 Public Involvement, Citizen Participation, 1979-1980
75/4 Southeastern Regional Office, Citizen Participation Inventory, 1977
75/5 Southeastern Regional Office, Regional Group Plans, 1979
75/6 Travel File, 1979-1980
75/7 Washington Support Office Citizen Participation Steering Group, 1976-1980
75/8 Washington Support Office Organizational Development, Citizen Participation Program, 1980
75/9 Washington Support Office, Staff Groups, Citizen Participation, 1980
75/10-11 Work Plan and Revisions and Notes, 1977-1979
Subseries 2: Subject Files , 1976-1982
1.25 linear ft.
Box/Folder
76/1 Bott Collaborative Model, 1979
76/2 Bott's Collaborative Model, 1978
76/3 Citizen Participation Brochure for the Public, Patten-Hender Committee, 1978-1979
76/4 Citizen Participation in the American Federal System, 1979
76/5 Citizen Participation Training Materials, 1978-1980
76/6 Citizen's Organization Assessment Conference, 1979
76/7 Cosmos Club, 1975-1979
76/8 Cultural Resources, Citizen Participation, Civil War Round Table, 1979-1980
76/9 Departments of Agriculture and Interior, Citizen Participation Coordinator Tony Staed, 1980
76/10 Robert L. Herbst, 1977
76/11 Historical Preservation, 1980
77/1 Letter to Herbst, 1980
77/2 Mid-Atlantic Region, 1980
77/3 National Institute of Public Affairs, 1979-1980
77/4 National Park System Citizen's Guide , 1974-1979
77/5 Natural Resources Defense Council Retreat, 1979-1981
77/6 Order of the Indian Wars, 1980
77/7 Reference List on Current Biologue Information, 1978
77/8 Speech, Religion and Environmental Conference, 1980
77/9 Toward A More Responsive Government: A Training Program, 1978
77/10-11 Unity Meeting, 1980
77/12 Unity Meetings, Notes and Memos, 1977-1978
77/13 Urban Environment Foundation, 1975-1979
78/1 Whalen-Harper's Ferry Assessment and Direction Session, National Park Service, 1979
78/2-4 White House Survey of Public Participation Activities, 1976-1978

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Series VII:  National Leadership Development Conference Series, 1981-1988
5.25 linear ft.

This series contains information regarding the development and implementation of the Conference Series including planning notes, memos, and correspondence, preliminary work plans, budgets, and evaluations.

Container(s)
Description
Subseries 1: Administration , 1981-1986
5.0 linear ft
Box/Folder
78/5 Billing and Payments, Central Atlantic Region, 1983-1984
78/6 Billing, Rocky Mountain Conference, 1982
78/7 Central Atlantic Environmental Leadership Conference Planning Committee Materials, 1983-1984
78/8 Central Atlantic Environmental Leadership Conference, Planning Committee Members, 1983
78/9-10 Central Atlantic Environmental Leadership Conference, Program Plans, 1983-1984
79/1 Central Atlantic Region Coordinator's Expense Records, 1983-1985
79/2 Central Atlantic Regional Leadership Conference, 1983-1984
79/3 Central Atlantic Regional Leadership Conference, Timeline Schedule, 1986
79/4 Conference Coordinator Guide Materials, 1983
79/5-6 Conference Guide Materials, 1983
79/7 Conference on International Green Movements, 1986
79/8-9 Consequences of Nuclear War Conferences, 1983
79/10 Denver Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, 1982
80/1 Environmental Conference Information, Notes, Participants, 1983-1986
80/2 Environmental Leadership Conference Background, 1983
80/3 Environmental Leadership Conference Correspondence, 1983-1984
80/4-6 Environmental Leadership Conference Materials, Central Atlantic, Northwest, and Great Plains, 1982-1984
80/7 Environmental Leadership Conference Program Materials, January Conference, 1983
80/8-9 Environmental Leadership Conference Registrations, 1983-1984
81/1 Environmental Leadership Conference, April Invitation Lists, 1984
81/2 Environmental Leadership Conference, April Invitation Packets and Stationary, 1983-1984
81/3 Environmental Leadership Conference, April Program Materials, 1984
81/4 Environmental Leadership Conference, April Questionnaire, 1984
81/5 Environmental Leadership Conference, April Registrants, 1984
81/6 Environmental Leadership Conference, Invitation Lists, 1983
81/7 Environmental Leadership Conference, Resource Persons, 1984
81/8 Environmental Leadership Conference, Resources Persons, January Conference, 1983
81/9 Federal Executive Institute, Executive Development Days, Communication Practices, 1982
81/10 Great Plains Conference Planning, 1981-1983
81/11-12 Great Plains Environmental Leadership Conference, 1980-1983
81/13 Great Plains Leadership Conference , Regional Coordinators Billing and Payments, 1983-1984
82/1-3 Great Plains Leadership Conference Bills and Payments, 1982-1984
82/4-5 Great Plains Regional Conference, 1983
82/6-7 Groundwater Conference, 1985
82/8 National Audubon Society, Alaska Regional Conference, 1982
82/9 National Leadership Conference Notes, 1980
82/10 New England Conference Evaluation, 1982
82/11 New England Conference Evaluation Questionnaire, 1982
82/12 New England Conference Final Program Plans, 1982
82/13 New England Conference Follow-up Letter and Questionnaires, 1982-1983
82/14 New England Conference Media, 1982
83/1-2 New England Conferences, Bills and Payments, 1982-1983
83/3-4 New England Environmental Leadership Conference, 1982-1983
83/5 New England Regional Conference Program, 1982
83/6 New England Regional Conference Report, 1982-1983
83/7 New York-New Jersey Conference Evaluations, 1982
83/8 New York-New Jersey Conference Planning, 1982
84/1-2 New York-New Jersey Environmental Leadership Conference, 1982
84/3 New York-New Jersey Environmental Leadership Conference Evaluations, 1982
84/4 New York-New Jersey, Invoices and Bills, 1982
84/5 Northwest Conference Biographical Sketches, 1982
84/6 Northwest Conference Check Lists, Plans at Conference, 1982
84/7 Northwest Conference Evaluation and Questionnaire Analysis, 1982
84/8 Northwest Conference Evaluation Forms, Covering Letter, 1982
84/9 Northwest Conference Evaluation Forms, Covering Letter, 1982
84/10-11 Northwest Conference Evaluation Responses, 1982
84/12 Northwest Conference Invitations and Registration, 1982
84/13 Northwest Conference Prospectus, Proposed Agenda, Program Outline, 1981
85/1-2 Northwest Environmental Leadership Conference, 1981-1982
85/3 Northwest Regional Conference Prospectus, Agenda for Planning Committee, 1981-1982
85/4 Northwest Regional Conference, January Planning Meeting, 1982
85/5 Northwest Regional Conference, NAS, 1981
85/6 Northwest Regional Conference, Portland December Planning Meeting, 1981
85/7 Northwest Regional Conference, Preliminary Work Plan and Budget, 1981
85/8 Pacific Northwest Conference Agenda, Program Plan, 1982
85/9 Pacific Northwest Conference Directory, Listing of Attendants, 1983
85/10 Pacific Northwest Conference, Media, 1982
85/11 Pacific Northwest Conference, Program, Speakers, Agenda, Invitations, 1981-1982
85/12-13 Pacific Northwest Conference, Stewart M. Brandborg Notes and Minutes, 1981
86/1 Pacific Northwest Regional Conference Planning, Portland December Meeting, 1981
86/2 Regional Conference Conceptual Plan, Preliminary Work Plan and Budget, 1981-1982
86/3 Rocky Mountain Conference Follow-up Evaluation and State Conference Planning, 1982
86/4 South Central Regional Environmental Leadership Conference, 1983-1984
86/5 South Central Regional Leaders' Conference, 1984
86/6 South Central Regional Leadership Conference, 1984
86/7 Southeastern Conference, Billing, 1982-1983
86/8 Southeastern Conference, Program Planning, 1983
86/9 Southeastern Regional Conference Planning, 1982-1983
86/10-11 Southeastern Regional Environmental Leadership Conference, 1982-1984
86/12-13 Southwest Environmental Leadership Conference , 1986
87/1 Southwest Leaders Conference, 1985-1991
87/2 Southwest Virginia Working Conference, 1981
87/3 Southwest Virginia Working Conference, Environmental Task Force, 1981
87/4 Upper Midwest Conference Report Materials, 1983
87/5-6 Upper Midwest Conference, Billing and Payments, 1983
87/7-8 Upper Midwest Leadership Conference, 1983
88/1 Upper Midwest Region, Great Lakes Names, Planning Committee, 1981-1982
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1981-1988
0.5 linear ft.
Box/Folder
88/2 Alaska Timber Pact, 1986
88/3 American Society for Training and Development, 1983
88/4 Brotherhood of Venery, 1985
88/5 Carrying Capacity, 1982
88/6 Center for Holistic Resource Management, 1985
88/7 College of the Atlantic Career Paths Workshop Final Report, 1986-1988
88/8 Components of the Environmental Worksheets, undated
88/9-10 Creating Productive Relationships Workshop, 1984
88/11 Environmental Task Force, 1981
88/12 Friends of the Earth Team Building, 1983
88/13 Group of Ten Listing, 1985
88/14 Helpful Background Publications, 1980-1982
88/15 Leadership Development in Volunteer Organizations, 1982
88/16 National Audubon Society, Citizen Mobilization Campaign, 1981-1982
88/17 National Wildlife Federation, Conservation Directory, 1983
89/1 New England Current Work, 1980-1982
89/2 Newsletters and Reports, 1981-1985
89/3 Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and the Nuttall's Cottontail, 1985
89/4 Rural Coalition, 1984-1985
89/5 Save Our Streams: A Citizen Action Program, 1984
89/6 Wild and Scenic Rogue River, 1982
89/7-9 Wilderness Society, "The Watt Book", 1981

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Series VIII:  Friends of the Bitterroot and Wilderness Watch, 1984-2000
0.5 linear ft.

Subject files consisting of correspondence, plans, proposals, and notes.

Container(s)
Description
Box/Folder
89/10 Arizona Ecology-Justice Leadership Conference, 1991
90/1 Bitterroot National Forest Resource Monitoring, 1984-1988
90/2 Dedication to Sigurd Olson, The Wilderness Society, 1999
90/3 Friends of the Bitterroot Report, undated
90/4 Montana Wilderness Association Publications, 1990
90/5-6 Montana Wilderness Association, Western Montana Leadership Conference, 1990
90/7-8 National Advanced Wilderness Management Training for Line Officers, 1995
90/9 Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act, H.R. 1425, 1997
90/10 Sierra Club Grassroots Organizing Training Manual, 1999
90/11-12 Wilderness 2000 Conference, 2000

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Subjects

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

  • Personal Names :
  • Brandborg, G. M.(Guy Mathew), 1893-1977--Correspondence
  • Brandborg, Stewart M.--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • Friends of the Bitterroot
  • Idaho. Fish and Game Dept.
  • Montana. Dept. of Fish and Game
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • United States. National Park Service
  • University of Idaho. Idaho Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
  • University of Montana--Missoula--Alumni and alumnae
  • Wilderness Society (U.S.)
  • Geographical Names :
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline (Alaska)--Environmental aspects
  • Subject Terms :
  • Conservation of natural resources--Montana--Bitterroot River Valley $xSocieties, etc.
  • Conservation of natural resources--United States
  • Environmentalism--United States--Societies, etc.
  • Wildlife conservation--Law and legislation--United States
  • Wildlife conservation--United States--Societies, etc.
    • Occupations :
    • Conservationists--United States
    • Environmentalists--United States

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