ANRA. Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
The Gilpin-Jefferson Livestock Association, formally established in 1920, was created as part of the national organization and as an affiliate of the Colorado Cattlemen's Association, in order to represent local members in government and educate people about the cattle industry. The collection includes by-laws, minutes, legal and financial documents, correspondence, membership lists, printed material, and memorabilia.
A regional affiliate of the Colorado Beekeepers Association, the Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association provides education about beekeeping and promotes the exchange of ideas, materials, and services related to apiary pursuits. The collection includes meeting minutes, membership lists, photographs, publications, surveys, and project documents.
This collection includes newsletters and posters originating from Colorado State University's Public Lands History Center. Topics are related to natural resource management, the state and national Forest Service, and the National Park Service.
The Rocky Mountain Bean Dealers Association, founded in 1916 as the Rocky Mountain Bean Jobbers Association, was organized to support members and promote their products. The records consist primarily of meeting minutes, general correspondence, member rosters, bulletins, and financial documents.
The Rocky Mountain Sod Growers Association, established in 1973 and also known as the Rocky Mountain Turf Growers Association, was organized to support members and promote their product. The records consist primarily of meeting minutes, routine correspondence, meeting planning and announcements, as well as correspondence and documents that reflect efforts in areas of member concern, such as the desire to use farm plates for vehicles transporting sod.