ANRA. Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 109 Collections and/or Records:
Jean H. Rodeck (Swearingen) began permanent employment with the National Park Service in 1966 as regional curator for the Southwest Region, based in Santa Fe, and retired in 2001 as superintendent of the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument in Colorado. This collection features Rodeck's journals, correspondence, memorabilia, and oral history, as well as newsletters and publications related to her lengthy NPS career.
John T. Caine III served as general manager of the National Western Stock Show from 1943 until the time of his death in 1955. This collection includes photographs, news clippings, and a scrapbook related to the Stock Show.
This collection contains class notes, correspondence, course materials, photographs, project files, and publications related to rangeland ecosystem science and related CSU departments
Margaret A. Johnston worked in a variety of roles (including interpretation, law enforcement, and as a superintendent) for the National Park Service (NPS) from 1974 until her 2007 retirement. Her work broke many barriers for females in the Park Service. The bulk of the collection consists of items highlighting Johnston's NPS career. Additional materials include Johnston's personal writings, a biography written by her husband, and memorabilia.
Mark Fiege, William E. Morgan Chair of Liberal Arts (2008-2013), co-founder of the Public Lands History Center, and Wallace Stegner Chair in Western American Studies, taught courses in environmental, western American, and US history at Colorado State University. His collection includes brochures, publications, maps, and reports related to public lands (especially national parks) and environmental history.
Clippings, correspondence, digital compact discs, reports, and photographs related to wildland firefighting and Paul Gleason's life and research.
R. Dennis Child served as a member of CSU's Range Science faculty, head of the Department of Rangeland Ecosystem Science, and associate dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources. This collection includes correspondence, course lectures, research papers, photographs and slides, and materials related to Child's international work in Africa.
Manuscript journals related to the life of Richard L. Knight and his work with wildlife biology and natural resource conservation.
Correspondence, manuals, and publications related to National Park Service history, planning, and concessions management.
Robert R. Owen served as president of Great Western Sugar Company (GWS) from 1968 to 1975. He was instrumental in the formation of the cooperative which tried to buy out the company in the mid-1970s. The collection includes personal and working papers, daily desk notes, scrapbooks, numerous publications related to sugar production, photographs, and artifacts from Owen's personal life and his time with GWS.
Memoranda, plans, publications, and reports related to National Park Service management.