ANRA. Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 109 Collections and/or Records:
This collection offers farm journals and expense books related to the agricultural activities of Kenneth and Leone Thayer. Brief entries over the course of nearly 70 years offer a glimpse into the life of a 20th century farm family in northern Colorado.
The collection includes meeting minutes and project reports related to the activities of the Western Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors (WAAESD).
Windsor Dairy, owned by board-certified dairy veterinarians Meg Cattell and Arden Nelson, is a licensed, Grade-A certified organic dairy in Windsor, Colorado that features milk and beef from grass-fed cattle. The subject files, reports, correspondence, news clippings, and photographs in this collection provide insights about daily operations, regulatory compliance, and promotional activities.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, and subject files related to the activities of Colorado cattlemen's associations and beef cattle ranching.
Robert C. Graves earned a veterinary degree at Colorado State University and owned Graves Dairy (now Morning Fresh Dairy), the family dairy with the longest history in the Fort Collins area. Graves experimented with pelletizing cattle feed and was an active promotor of the national bone marrow donor registry. This collection includes news clippings about dairy farming and land use issues, memorials, an oral history transcript, and a digital audio interview with Sherry Graves.
W. Eugene Cox began his National Park Service career as a historian in 1967 and retired in 1998. During much of his service he filled the role of chief of interpretation in numerous parks, including Everglades and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. This collection includes audiotapes, correspondence, reports, publications, photographs, memorabilia, and uniforms.