Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 734 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains typewritten biographies of Glen E. Nielson that was read when he was given an honorary doctor's degree at Brigham Young University. Nielson organized the Huskie Oil Company and served in numerous community and Mormon Church positions.
Certificate, photographs, letters, and statements commemorating Ora Chipman's service in different endeavors, compiled by the Exchange Club of Salt Lake. Primarily concerns her work with the wool industry, specifically with the Utah Wool Growers Association; service in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; and community service in American Fork, Utah. Includes a newspaper clipping describing the event.
Photocopy of a typescript autobiography of Dell Delos Boyer. Boyer talks of his early years on his father's farm in Springville, Utah, his callings in the Mormon Church, his education, and his marriage.
Reports and data from study on reclamation of land of mine spoils. Material was compiled for a conference held Oct. 8-9, 1998. Studies were performed 1976-1998.
Printed correspondence, maps, essays, and tables. The materials relate to the administration of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Also included are descriptions of the forests, their wild life and energy resources, the economic impact of various activities, and wilderness and timber harvests.
Photocopy of a typed history of issues relating to water rights in Settlement Canyon near Tooele, Utah.