Wilderness Policy History Project Collection, 1922-2003  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center
Title
Wilderness Policy History Project Collection
Dates
1922-2003 (inclusive)
Quantity
23.0 linear feet
Collection Number
Mss 639
Summary
This collection contains materials compiled during the Wilderness Policy History Project. The project’s purpose was to bring together records that could be used by wilderness managers, researchers, policy makers, and interested citizens to gain a clear historical understanding of Wilderness Act policy, evolution and language, and use this information to guide resolutions to the complex issues regarding current wilderness policy development and implementation.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

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.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for processing this collection was provided by the Matthew Hansen Endowment.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center is a federal interagency, which connects wilderness managers from the United States Forest Service, the National Park Service, the Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Land Management. The Center’s mission is "to preserve the values and benefits of Wilderness for present and future generations by connecting agency employees and the public with their wilderness heritage through training, information and education."

Sue Matthews, former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Representative at the Wilderness Training Center initiated and managed the Wilderness Policy History Project. Joanne Tenney, a University of Montana graduate student, compiled and created the majority of the Project's files. The project’s purpose was to bring together records that could be used by wilderness managers, researchers, policy makers, and interested citizens to gain a "clear" historical understanding of Wilderness Act policy, evolution and language, and use this information to guide resolutions to the complex issues regarding current wilderness policy development and implementation.The project focused on wilderness administration history as opposed to wilderness designation history. Many of the project's files were given to the Wilderness Training Center by Charles R. "Dick" Joy and Jerry Stokes when the Center was located at the Nine Mile Ranger District.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains records and papers compiled during the creation of the Wilderness Policy History Project, including records added to Project files (Series I of this collection), records donated but not used in the Project, and administrative records regarding the development and implementation of the Project. This collection is divided into three series:

Series I, Wilderness Policy History Project Records, was created by Joanne Tenney to serve the project's main purpose. She divided records by the agency to which they relate; her arrangement is reflected here in the four subseries. Each subseries contains correspondence, memos, testimonies, statements, articles, manuals, executive orders, pamphlets and audiocassettes and transcriptions of interviews documenting the development and implementation of Wilderness Policy in each respective agency. If a document is related to more than one agency, a duplicate copy is located in each corresponding subseries. This series remains in original order.

Subseries 1: United States Forest Service Records

Subseries 2: Fish and Wildlife Service Records

Subseries 3: National Park Service.

Subseries 4: Bureau of Land Management.

Series II, Additional Wilderness History Materials, contains documents most likely donated to the Wilderness Policy History Project but not included in the Wilderness Policy History Project Records created by Joanne Tenney. Charles R "Dick" Joy, donated the majority of records in this series. They include Joy’s recreation reference materials, materials from the 25th Wilderness Act Conference, and pamphlets, publications, reports, articles, clippings, speeches and discussion papers dealing with wilderness issues.

Series III, Project Administration Records, contains correspondence, project announcements, task lists, project summaries and database reports and summaries. These records deal with the development, planning, progress and response to the Wilderness Policy History Project. The summary of Wilderness Policy History Database outlines documents of interest identified by the database creators. This series is organized alphabetically.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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--Missoula.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], The Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center. Wilderness Policy History Project Collection, Archives and Special Collections, The University of Montana—Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series IReturn to Top

The original location of the material in this series is frequently indicated. For example "USFS. Stokes" means that the document was originally located in the USFS files of John Stokes.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: United States Forest Service Records
1922-2001
1/1
Planning for America's wildlands: a handbook for land-use planners, managers and executives, committee and commission members, conservation leaders, and all who face problems of wildland management.
A discussion of the broad problems, precepts, and patterns of planning for America's wildlands. 1 book, 97 p. (Author: Carhart, Arthur H.)
USFS. Stokes.
1961
1/2
Letter to Jerry Stokes from William D. Hurst.
A portion of a memoir including a full account of Arthur Ringland's relationship with Aldo Leopold. Ringland's statement was given in 1974 at the 50th anniversary of the Gila Wilderness. 1 letter, 5 p. (Author: Hurst, William D.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/3
Background and circumstances surrounding six acts deleting land from the National Wilderness Preservation System: do they set precedence for wilderness lands in the state of Arizona?
Paper prepared as a student project in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Professional Development for Outdoor Recreation Management Program at Clemson University. 2 copies 1 paper, 67 p. (Author: King, Michael)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
box-file
1/4
Letter to regional foresters, directors, and area directors from Edward P. Cliff, Chief of the Forest Service
A letter with an enclosed copy of Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson's letter to Gifford Pinchot dated February 1, 1905, regarding the transfer of the Forest Reserves to the Department of Agriculture. 1 letter, 7 p. (Author: Cliff, Edward P.)
USFS. Stokes.
1971
1/5
A review of Forest Service recreation legislation since World War II
A paper discussing the evolution of Forest Service legislation post WWII. 1 paper, 19 p. (Author: Siehl, George H.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/6
Analysis of H.R. 4325 - second draft
Analysis of H.R. 4325 incorporating comments from J. Twiss, J. Stokes, A. Ewert, D. Carnes, D. Moonier, R. Leonard, M. Parsons, and S. Satterfield. 1 report, 17 p. (Author: Reese, Jerry)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/7
Analysis of H.R. 4321 - first draft
Analysis of H.R. 4325 including policy comments, technical comments, and recommendations. Portions of document are highlighted. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: Reese, Jerry)
USFS. Stokes.
?
1/8
Memo to John H. Beuter from F. Dale Robertson.
Memo recommending F. Dale Robertson as a witness to a hearing re: H.R. 4325 held by the committee of House Interior and Insular Affairs and the subcommittee of National Parks and Public Lands. Attached letter. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/9
Memo to Edward Madigan from Bruce Vento
Memo requesting a witness for a hearing re: H.R. 4325 held by the House Interior and Insular Affairs committee and the National Parks and Public Lands subcommittee. Part of #8. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/10
Bill would set Church wilderness apart: Minnesota lawmaker proposes to reform and consolidate Forest Service management.
Bruce Vento's, D-Minn., call for the creation of a wilderness directorate within the Forest Service to administer the 91 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. Part of a collection of 3 faxes of 3 newspaper articles. 1 article, 1 p. (Author: Loftus, Bill)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/11
Vento introduces wilderness management bills.
Faxed news release re: Brief discussion of Bruce Vento's, D-Minn., initiative on strengthening the management of the National Wilderness Preservation System, specifically the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness. Part of a collection of 3 faxes of 3 newspaper articles. 1 article, 1 p. (Author: Hope, Catherine)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/12
Congressman Larocco welcomes wilderness reform bill.
Faxed news release re: Idaho first district congressman Larry LaRocco's response to the introduction of legislation to consolidate the Frank Church- River of No Return Wilderness. Part of a collection of 3 faxes of 3 newspaper articles. 1 article, 1 p. (Author: Knappenberger, Tom)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/13
Statement of F. Dale Robertson, chief of the Forest Service before the subcommittee on National parks and Public Lands, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States House of Representatives.
Testimony concerning H.R. 4325, the National Forest Wilderness Management Act 1 testimony, 13 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/14
Witness list for the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
Witness list regarding H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, H.R. 4327. Fax from National Parks, Public Lands. Copies in FWS2, NPS2, BLM2. 1 list, 1 p. (Author: Witness List)
NPS, BLM, FWS, USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/15
USDA testimony clearance
USDA testimony clearance form for witness, F. Dale Robertson. 1 form, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/16
Urgent Priority, testimony clearance, USDA Forest Service
Form requesting hearing information and signatures for testimony clearance specifically for witness, F. Dale Robertson. 1 form, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/17
Management strategy for the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Memo to Jim Overbay regarding the overview, issues, and actions to be taken for the management strategy for the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Twiss, John)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/18
Questions asked by the majority
Questions and answers re: the organization of the Frank Church-RONRW and a nationwide monitoring system for wilderness. Parts are underlined in pencil. 1 question and answer, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS? Stokes.
?
1/19
Question: Regarding your settlement agreement with the Idaho Outfitters and Guides for the FC-RONR Wilderness: What level of compliance are you achieving? And why do you display more than one figure for accomplishment?
Figures showing the Target Reduction in items as spelled out in the settlement agreement and the percent of camps in compliance, based on inspections and projected accomplishments. Part are highlighted. 1 question and answer, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS? Stokes.
undated
1/20
Questions by the minority
Questions and answers re: wilderness funding trends, cost of implementing H.R. 4325, wilderness revenues, backlog costs in recreation construction and management outside wilderness, and recreation visitor use inside wilderness versus that outside wilderness. Notes in pencil in margins. 1 question and answer, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS? Stokes.
undated
1/21
H.R. 4325 - questions and answers
Answers to questions re: H.R. 4325. 1 question and answer, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS? Stokes.
undated
1/22
H. R. 4325 - A Bill
H.R. 4325 - a bill to improve the wilderness management, wilderness research and special management area programs of the Forest Service. 1 bill, 24 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/23
H. R. 4325 - A Bill
H.R. 4325 - a bill to improve the wilderness management, wilderness research and special management area programs of the Forest Service. This is a photocopy of the original. 1 bill, 24 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/24
Comparison of provisions in Vento wilderness reform bills
A comparison between H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, and H.R. 4327. 1 chart, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS? Stokes.
undated
1/25
Annual wilderness report to Congress
Detailed federal breakdowns of wilderness by each state and agency. 3 copies are in FWS4, NPS4, and BLM4. Also attached is a fact sheet for the NWPS. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/26
Memo to regional foresters, station directors, and area directors
Appropriation accountability for wilderness management. Addition of FY 1992 performance standards-accountability for wilderness management. Appears to be incomplete. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/27
Memo to regional foresters c/o James C. Overbay.
Addition of FY 1992 performance standards-accountability for wilderness management. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/28
Memo to regional foresters, station directors, area director, and WO staff directors
Commitment and accountability for wilderness management. Appears to be incomplete. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/29
C and S policy issues - H.R. 4325 - hearing testimony
This is a draft on how testimony should be directed re: H.R. 4325, and there is a summary of recommendations on key provisions of the bill. 1 report, 4 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/30
Memo to regional foresters
Wilderness management planning for regional foresters. Photocopy of original memo. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/31
Memo to regional foresters
Wilderness planning re: management direction and what a wilderness implementation schedule is meant to contain. Photocopy of original memo. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/32
Flowchart showing relationship between documents and process
Flowchart re: wilderness implementation schedule. Appears to be incomplete. 1 chart, 1 p. (Author: Stokes, Gerald)
USFS. Stokes.
undated
1/33
Proposal for wilderness research institute.
Proposal to create a wilderness research institute in Missoula that focuses on a centralized and coordinated approach to wilderness research. 1 proposal, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/34
Letter to Liz Close re: wilderness research working group
Memo discussing the interest in forming a wilderness research working group that would also include the BLM. There is a copy in BLM5. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Stokes, Gerald)
USFS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/35
Trip report re: Forest Service research committee meeting
Trip report outlining the objectives and roles of the FS Wilderness Research Committee. 1 report, 1 p. (Author: Stokes, Gerald)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/36
Memo to colleagues re: National Wilderness Research Committee
Resolution of the Wilderness Management Working Group of the Society of American Foresters describing the National Wilderness Research Committee. Pages are missing. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Univ. of Idaho, College of Forestry)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/37
Members of the National Wilderness Research Committee of the Society of American Foresters, Wilderness Management Working Group.
List of members of the National Wilderness Research Committee including universities, interest groups, agencies with an additional list of wilderness research topic areas. 3 copies are in FWS5, NPS5, and BLM6. 1 list, 2 p. (Author: Society of American Foresters)
USFS, BLM, NPS, FWS. Stokes.
undated
1/38
Wilderness research: a Forest Service perspective.
Paper discussing the increasing need for scientifically-based management and the Forest Service's response to research. List of references attached. 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Cordell, H.K.)
USFS. Stokes.
undated
1/39
Wilderness Figure 1
A figure listing subcategories under the following categories: management of wilderness areas, enhancing benefits and reducing conflicts, and assessment of wilderness areas. 1 figure, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Stokes.
undated
1/40
GAO final report rced-89-202, dated September 26, 1989, entitled Wilderness preservation: problems in some national forests should be addressed
This is the summary of the GAO report re: inventory on condition of wilderness, limits of acceptable change, Forest Service administrative sites, a national policy for dealing with outfitter and guide structures and facilities, and total funding and staff needed to manage wilderness This is a photocopy with handwritten notes in the margins. Don't know who the specific author is. 1 report, 2 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Stokes.
1989
1/41
Memo to regional foresters
Action items from 1989 general accounting office review of wilderness management: administrative structures, wilderness implementation schedules, and 1990 annual report. Don't know who the specific author is. There are some handwritten notes in the margins. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Stokes.
1990
1/42
Report from task force on monitoring for wilderness conditions: a meeting of representatives from Federal agencies and public groups
In addition to the four Federal agencies, NOLS and the Wilderness Society are represented on the task force. The report address the need for wilderness monitoring and improved scientific knowledge monitoring. This is the original with copies in FWS6, NPS6, BLM7. 1 report, 6 p. (Author: Cole, David)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1991
1/43
Trip report: National wilderness education workshop.
Conclusions of the trip addressing the importance of wilderness education as a management tool within the Forest Service National Resource Conservation Education Program. There is another copy in BLM8. 1 report, 2 p. (Author: Stokes, Gerald)
USFS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/44
Memo to regional foresters
Memo re: nominations for the National Wilderness Excellence Team with a list of people nominated from each region. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Henson, Larry D.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/45
Memo to deputy chiefs, regional foresters, station directors, and area director
Memo re: performance elements and standards for FY 1992 and a change in wilderness management for the Program Management element. However, the attachments are not with this memo. The memo indicates that there should be attachments, but they are missing. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/46
Executive summary of the annual wilderness report - 1991, Intermountain region and Northern region, Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness
Summary of resource management, recreation management, administration, administrative structures and clean up and ongoing research projects, including non-Forest Service. Administration, problems that limit effective management, and forthcoming actions for FY 1992 are also addressed. Preface by Kenneth Wotring. Location map of FC-RONR. 1 report, 7 p. (Author: Wotring, Kenneth T.)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/47
Frankly speaking: biannual report of the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness
Various articles re: FC-RONR, including an article addressing signs in the wilderness and the launching of an education program. 1 report, 4 p. (Author: Salmon National Forest)
USFS. Stokes.
1991
1/48
Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness, administrative study report July 1990
Includes executive summary, recommended management actions for Salmon NF, Challis NF, Payette NF, Boise NF, Nez Perce NF, and Bitterroot NF, at the regional level, the forest level, and the district level. Also includes costs and budget and an action plan. Attachments: 1 organization chart, 1 recommended management map for Bitterroot and Nez Perce NF, 1 recommended management map for Boise NF, 1 FC-RONR organizational alternatives. Not sure who the author is. 1 report, 30 p. (Author: USFS?)
USFS. Stokes.
1990
1/49
Invited testimony by John Hendee on H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, and H.R. 4327 to strengthen wilderness management, research, monitoring, training, and education for the National Wilderness Preservation System - July 23, 1992, Washington D.C. in front of the House Interior Subcommittee on Parks and Public Lands
Testimony from John Hendee, dean of the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences at the Univ. of ID. He supports the intent of the bills but feels they include too much detail. He goes on to address each section of H.R. 4325 and briefly discusses H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327. Copies in FWS7, NPS7, BLM9. 1 testimony, 4 p. (Author: Hendee, John)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/50
Testimony of David Simmonds for the Idaho Conservation League before the U.S. House of Representatives, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands, June 24, 1992
Testimony in support of H.R. 4325 providing specific examples of the need for consolidated management of the FC-RONR wilderness. He requests a provision to be added to encourage establishment of Research Natural Areas and Areas of Critical Environmental Concern within designated wilderness. 1 testimony, 4 p. (Author: Simmonds, David)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/51
Testimony of George Nickas, policy coordinator of Wilderness Watch, on the implementation of the Wilderness Act (P.L. 88-577) by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health and subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands of the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Resources, April, 15, 1997.
Detailed management concerns of wilderness re: exotic species, commercial interests, special interests, increase in use, new tech., livestock, snowmobiles, and other motorized equipment. Another copy in BLM10. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Nickas, George)
USFS, BLM. Stokes.
1997
1/52
Testimony of Darrell Knuffke, Director, Western Outreach, The Wilderness Society before the House Resources committee, subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health, April 15, 1997
Three major points addressed are the importance of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System, the draw Americans have toward wilderness, and the need for strong wilderness management and law enforcement. 1 testimony, 2 p. (Author: Knuffke, Darrell)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/53
Testimony of the Honorable Rod Grams before the National Parks and Public Lands subcommittee and the Forest and Forest Health subcommittee on the issue of wilderness management, April 15, 1997.
Testimony addressing the Boundary Waters Canoe Area of Minnesota and the restrictions the USFS has placed on it over the past decades. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Grams, Rod)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/54
Incident on or about December 20, 1996 in the Rio Grande National Forest
Testimony to Congress re: accusation of entering a designated wilderness area on a snowmobile. Unser refutes the accusation, but also makes clear there are no signs of where the wilderness areas begin. 1 testimony, 2 p. (Author: Unser, Robert W.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/55
Statement of Congressman James V. Hansen, hearing on the Implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act
Opening statement on the beginning of the hearing before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health on the implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act. No date given, but it may be 1997. Copies in BLM11and NPS8. 1 statement, 2 p. (Author: Hansen, James V.)
USFS, BLM, NPS. Stokes.
undated
1/56
Statement of Ted Nugent, hearing on implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act before the House subcommittee on National Parks and Forestry
Testimony re: how the Wilderness Act shuts people out from the wilderness and the need for this to change. 1 testimony, 1 p. (Author: Nugent, Ted)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/57
Testimony of the Honorable Malcolm Wallop, Chairman, Frontiers of Freedom Institute, before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health, the Honorable Helen Chenowith, Chairman, and the subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands, the Honorable James V. Hansen, Chairmen, committee on Resources, U.S. House of Rep., April 15, 1997
Testimony addressing the problems with the 1964 Wilderness Act. Another witness, Kathy Stupak-Thrall is introduced. 1 testimony, 4 p. (Author: Wallop, Malcolm)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/58
Supplemental testimony of Kathy Stupak-Thrall before the committees of Forest and Forest Health and National Parks and Public Lands in the House of Representatives, April 15, 1997
Lengthy testimony addressing the expansion of designated wilderness onto non-federal, private property and the problems this has caused the author in the Sylvania Wilderness of Michigan. 17 pages are an attachment re: Ottawa National Forest including newspaper clippings, EIS's, correspondence b/t Forest Service employees and congressmen. 1 testimony, 30 p. (Author: Stupak-Thrall, Kathy)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/59
Testimony before the House Resources subcommittee on Forestry by Todd Indehar, President, Conservationists with Common Sense: toward a human and effective wilderness policy: the failure of federal wilderness policy in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
Testimony re: BWCAW and how the wilderness designation excludes consideration of those living near the wilderness and wilderness users. 1 testimony, 13 p. (Author: Indehar, Todd)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/60
One page letter from Ed Pavek dated 1997 to Congress.
Testimony re: Memorial day weekend in 1994 in BWCAW where the author was told to remove the American flag from his campsite. This is stapled to an article re: BWCAW and a statement from Robert La Tourell re: BWCAW and a letter from District Ranger Jo Barnier dated 1996 re: prescribed burning in the BWCAW. 1 testimony, 1 p. with 4 pages of attachments. (Author: Pavek, Ed)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
1/61
Testimony of David L. Brown, Executive Director, America Outdoors, before the subcommittee on Parks, Forests, and Lands of the Resources Committee, U.S. House of Representatives, April 15, 1997.
Testimony re: alarming trends emerging in many wilderness areas that threaten the viability of quality outfitted services. Attached are 8 pages including a figure, a newspaper clipping, and correspondence. Another copy in BLM13. 1 testimony, 2 p. (Author: Brown, David L.)
USFS, BLM. Stokes.
1997
1/62
A presentation by Eugene Persha: hearings on Nat'l Forest Wilderness Act (H.R. 4325), Nat'l Parks and Public Lands and Wilderness Management Act (H.R. 4326), Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act (H.R. 4327), subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, U.S. House of Rep., June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support of all three bills with focus on FC-RONR. Copies in FWS8, NPS10, BLM15. 1 testimony, 6. (Author: Persha, Eugene)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/63
Statement of F. Dale Robertson, Chief Forest Service, United States Dept. of Ag., before the subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, concerning H.R. 4325, the Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act
Testimony re: does not support enactment of H.R. 4325 due to budget constraints, but proposes actions within the agency that parallels those proposed in the bill. 1 testimony, 13 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/64
Testimony before the House of Rep. Subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on wilderness management, H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 by R. Max Peterson, Executive Vice President, Internat'l Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: concerns on the proposed legislation i.e. legislation not necessary and the tasks can be administered by the agencies w/o legislation. Attached are 31 pages including code of fed. reg., correspondence, and excerpts from the Wilderness Management Handbook. Copies in FWS9, NPS11, BLM16. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Peterson, Max R.)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/65
Statement before the subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public lands, committee on Interior and Insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., re: H.R. 4325,4326,4327: three bills proposed to improve the wilderness management of the USFS, NPS, BLM, and FWS, June 23, 1992, by Jim Ratz, executive director, NOLS
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. Copies in FWS11, NPS13, BLM18. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Ratz, Jim)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/66
Testimony of Senator Gaylord Nelson, counselor, The Wilderness Society, of the Nat'l Wilderness Management Act of 1992, H.R. 4325,4326,4327, before the Nat'l Parks and Public Lands subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. Copies in FWS12, NPS14, BLM19. 1 testimony, 11 p. (Author: Nelson, Gaylord)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/67
Testimony on H.R. 4325 - The Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act, presented by William A. Worf for Wilderness Watch at the hearing in Washington D.C. on June 23, 1992
Testimony re: support for the bill with specific critiques and criticisms for each section of the bill. 1 testimony, 9 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
1/68
Testimony: Management of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System, H.R. 4325,4326,4327 - submitted to: subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Rep., Washington D.C., June 23,1992, submitted by Dr. Glenn E. Haas.
Testimony re: support for the legislation with recommended amendments. Copies in FWS13, NPS15, BLM20. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Haas, Glenn E.)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/69
Wilderness Management Subcommittee - Sierra Club, H.R.4325, Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4326, Nat'l Parks and Public Lands Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4327, Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act - Statement of Martin Sorensen
Testimony re: Sierra Club's support for this legislation. Copies in FWS14, NPS16, BLM21. Includes a brief bio on Sorensen. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Sorensen, Martin)
USFS, FWS, NPS, BLM. Stokes.
1992
1/70
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter re: Orville Freeman's actions in protecting wilderness and administration interference with natural processes. Attached are 10 pages including an address by Orville Freeman and a statement by Freeman at a news conference re: routing interstate Hwy 70 through core range-Eagle Nest Primitive Area, Arapaho and White River Nat'l Forests. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/71
Speech by Richard Costley in 1976 at a seminar on wilderness in Gorham, N.H. sponsored by the Forest Service
Speech re: his work with the Forest Service over 36 years. 1 speech, 22 p. (Author: Costley, Richard)
USFS. Stokes.
1976
1/72
Letter to Chris Wood, Special Assistant Chief, U.S. Forest Service
Letter re: Edward Cliff's depth of understanding and appreciation for the FS wilderness heritage. Also feedback on Mike Dombeck's speech at the Gila 75th Anniversary Celebration. Attached are 19 pages of notes by Edward P. Cliff on wilderness history, history of the wilderness act, and implementation of the wilderness act. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/73
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter re: Dick Costley's depth and understanding of the Wilderness Act. Attached is a 9 page letter from Dick Costley to Edward Cliff dated 1971 re: development and maturation of USFS wildness policy. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/74
Letter to Robert T. Jacobs, Regional Forester.
Letter re: reports from Wilderness Watchers re: authorized use of mechanized- and motorized equipment within BWCW following the July 4 windstorm. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/75
Fax to J. Romanowski - rehab plan
Faxed memo re: concerns for the management of affected areas of the BWCAW from the July 4 wind storm in the wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Nickas, George)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/76
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter addressing concerns for the May 21 draft Wilderness Agenda written by Mike Dombeck. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/77
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter advising on specific actions for Dombeck to take in setting a pace for a wilderness stewardship renaissance. It also has a post script about having sent this letter to Dick Costley b/c he got Worf involved with wilderness stewardship. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/78
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service re: clarification from USDA Forest Service on issuing resort permits versus outfitter/guide permits
Letter addressing concerns the direction Region 5 has taken after reviewing the direction Forest Service management has taken re: type of permits that should be issued for the permitted services of horse/mule packing in Region 5. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/79
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter re: appropriateness of issuing a resort permit under the authority of the Term Permit Act to a commercial service site that provides outfitter and guide service. It also summarizes points Dombeck makes in response. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
1/80
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief, U.S. Forest Service.
Letter signed by retired Forest Service wilderness stewards advising the Chief to establish a position of Director of wilderness and reaffirm and incorporate the 16 wilderness management principles into the Manual. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/81
Letter to George Nickas, Executive Director, Wilderness Watch
Letter in response to a letter Nickas sent to Bosworth re: dams in the Selway- Bitterroot Wilderness on the BNF. The letter addresses NEPA issues and other concerns Nickas had about the management in the wilderness. Attached on front are handwritten notes. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Bosworth, Dale N.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
1/82
Letter to Jerry Stokes, wilderness stewardship, U.S. Forest Service
Personal comments on the draft wilderness agenda for the Forest Service, dated May 21, 1999. Attached is another letter Worf sent to Dennis Dailey that is 3 p. dated 1997 re: steps to integrate the non-degradation concept to all wilderness areas. 1 letter, 7 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1999
2/83
Significant incidents in the development of the wilderness concept in the National Forest System, Forest Service, USDA.
Brief bios of major players and their contributions to the wilderness concept: Thoreau, Emerson, Muir, Leopold, Carhart, and Marshall. Included are excerpts from Quiet Revolution. There is also a section on Federal actions on or affecting wilderness areas. 1 report, 42 p. (Author: Harman, F)
USFS. Joy.
1973
2/84
The Living Wilderness: special issue, a handbook on the Wilderness Act
Journal of articles re: 1964 Wilderness Act. Authors are: Clinton Anderson, Paul Oehser, Wayne Aspinall, John Saylor, Stewart Brandborg, Clifton Merritt, Howard Zahniser, David Brower, and Stanton Coblentz. There is also a map of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System and a list of the affected areas. This issue is #86 for spring/summer 1964, but it seems to only be excerpts from it. This is a photocopy. 1 journal, 22 p. (Author: Nadel, Michael - Editor)
USFS. Joy.
1964
2/85
Managing national forest wilderness
Proposed regulation re: governing administration of Nat'l Forest wilderness, discussion draft of management of wilderness from the Nat'l Forest manual, guidelines for administration of Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and proposed regulation governing the administration of Nat'l Forest Primitive Areas. 1 report, 64 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
2/86
Policy for management of wildernesses within the national forests
Memo to John R. McGuire, Chief of the Forest Service re: wilderness management objectives within the nondegradation concept. There is general discussion re: visitor use facilities, commercial services, emergencies and administration, non- conforming but accepted uses, and a philosophical basis for wilderness policy. There is an enclosure from John R. McGuire to regional foresters re: evaluating wilderness potential. 1 memo, 6 p. (Author: Cutler, Rupert M.)
USFS. Joy.
1977
2/87
A comparison of wilderness management policies: Forest Service, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service
Chart compares wilderness management policies in general application. There is no indication of author. 1 chart, 6 p. (Author: USFS?)
USFS. Joy.
1976
2/88
National forest wilderness: a policy review.
History of development of present Forest Service policy, info on The Wilderness Act, myths or misconceptions about present policy and wilderness use and conclusions and recommendations. Appendixes include public law 88-577, Secretary of Agriculture's regulations Title 36, CFR 251.70 to 251.86, analysis of comments recv'd, and memo dated 1-14-70 from Ranger W. J. Holman on trail maintenance. 1 review, 56 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1972
2/89
Backcountry policy
Excerpt from a draft of the Forest Service Manual on backcountry policy. Attached is a memo to regional foresters re: the enclosed draft from the FSM. 1 manual, 8 p. (Author: Schultz, E. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
2/90
Modification of regulation L-20
Modification of Reg. L-20 designating certain areas as Primitive Areas. There are also instructions re: experimental forests and ranges, natural areas, and primitive areas. There is a cover memo from an assistant forester to the regional foresters re: the modification. All of this is a photocopy. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: Dunlap, R. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1930
2/91
Handwritten notes on wilderness policy from 1951-1968
Original document showing brief timeline of wilderness policy: 1951-1968. No indication of author or date. 1 timeline, 3 p. (Author: Joy, Dick ?)
USFS. Joy.
undated
2/92
Beyond Road's End: Wilderness, wilderness workshop, Northern region
There are documents in this manual by Robert Marshall, Orville Freeman, Bill Worf, Ed Cliff, A.P. Synder, and Chas. R. Joy. Other issues addressed are multiple-use management guide for northern region, camping manners for wilderness. Gives detailed schedule of the workshop with a list of all those in attendance and a list of selected references re: wilderness. 1 manual, 119 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1970
2/93
The National Wilderness Act on the National Forests by Edward P. Cliff, Chief, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, at the 10th Biennial Wilderness Conference, April 7, 1967, San Francisco, CA.
Speech highlighting primitive areas, what areas will be considered for future wilderness designation, contradictions in the Wilderness Act, and a decision for USFS to use equipment only when it is absolutely necessary where the public is prohibited by the Wilderness Act. Photocopy stapled to the original. 1 speech, 7 p. (Author: Cliff, Edward P.)
USFS. Joy.
1967
2/94
The Wilderness Act of 1964 (PL 88-577), history research paper, prepared in accordance with class requirements for: Politics of Growth and Environment, Colorado State University, Dec. 5, 1978
A paper discussing major provisions of public law 88-577, background information on concept of wilderness, legislative history of wilderness, principal issues, and observations. Attached is a copy of the Wilderness Act. 1 paper, 30 p. (Author: Sprague, G. L.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
2/95
Title 2320 - recreation management 1966-1974, chapter 2320 - wilderness and primitive areas
Amendments from the Forest Service manual on wilderness and primitive areas. Joy's handwritten notes are throughout the manual. 1 manual, 116 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1966-1974
2/96
Title 2300 - recreation management 1973-1985, chapter 2320 - wildernesses, primitive areas, and wilderness study areas
Amendments from the Forest Service manual on wilderness, primitive areas, and wilderness study areas. Included is an annual report to Congress. Joy's handwritten notes are throughout the manual. 1 manual, 137 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1973-1985
2/97
Title 2300 - recreation management 1986, chapter 2320 - wilderness management
Amendments from the Forest Service manual on wilderness management. Included is an annual report to Congress. Joy's handwritten notes are throughout the manual. 1 manual, 59 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1986
2/98
GAO report: wilderness preservation: problems in some national forests should be addressed
Report re: extent of resource deterioration in wilderness and Forest Service staffing and funding devoted to wilderness management. Also contains several recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture. This report was compiled at the request of Bruce F. Vento. There are 24 figures, 3 appendixes, and 3 tables. 1 report, 91 p. (Author: Peach, Dexter J.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
2/99
Letter to Mike Dombeck, Chief from George Nickas at Wilderness Watch
Requesting Dombeck to withdraw his approval for a portion of mineral exploration in the Turkey Hill Wilderness in Texas. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Nickas, George)
USFS. Stokes.
1998
2/100
Letter from Worf to Lynn Sprague, regional forester with an attached letter from Worf to Christine Nota, district ranger.
Letter requesting Sprague to look into the advice Worf gave Nota re: NEPA application to the proposed Ann Lake Mine Rehabilitation Project. 2 letters, 3 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
2/101
Memo to regional foresters and station directors re: wilderness management policy
Memo re: Rupert Cutler's 1977 letter clarifying USFS's wilderness management policy. Emphasis is noted in the placement and movement of animals within wilderness by State Fish and Wildlife agencies. The Cutler letter is not enclosed here, but can be found in USFS86. Note that there is an attached letter from McGuire on Cutler's letter in USFS86. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: McGuire, John R.)
USFS. Worf.
1977
2/102
Forest Service wilderness management: oversight hearing before the subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, July 26, 1988
Hearing led by Bruce Vento and Morris Udall with statements from George Leonard, Richard Kuhl, Linda Merigliano, Gregory Hansen, Daniel Ritter, Richard LaBorde, Lee Kirsch, Michael From, Robert Oset, William Worf, Eugene Persha, Glenn Haas, Joseph Roggenbuck, Stephen McCool, Robert Lucas, William Banzhaf, A. Grant Gerber, Arnold Bolle, F. Dale Robertson, Debra Patla, James Weaver, Warren Miller, and Greg Hansen. 1 hearing, 300 p. (Author: U.S. Congress)
USFS. Stokes.
1988
2/103
Managing national forest wilderness: a discussion draft of suggested objectives, policies, procedures, and regulations.
Discussion draft assembled with the help from Rupert Cutler, Arnold Snyder, George Williams, Ed Slusher, and Bill Worf as well as Jean Meisenback, Eleanor Gilbert, Leola Roth and Bordon Hammon. This is the division of Recreation and Land Uses' recommendations on national forest wilderness management. There is a memo from Orivlle Freeman to Edward Cliff in the beginning re: National Wilderness Preservation System. There are also notes in pencil through out the draft. 1 report, 168 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Stokes.
1964
15/104
Wilderness management decisions on which there is general agreement
Discussion draft with two sets of handwritten notes throughout the document. This is an original draft with contributions from Costley, Worf, Hammon, and Slusher. The last few pages are dated 1964. This is re: proposed regulations governing the establishment, use, and administration of national forest units on the NWPS and the management of Primitive Areas. 1 report, 149 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Stokes.
1965
2/105
An Act, to establish a National Wilderness Preservation System for the permanent good of the whole people, and for other purposes
This is a master copy of the 1964 Wilderness Act, establishing the National Wilderness Preservation System. Master copy. 1 act, 16 p. (Author: Freeman, Orville L.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
2/106
San Gabriel, Washkie, and Mount Jefferson Wilderness Areas: hearings before the subcommittee on Public Lands of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
S. 2531: a bill to designate the San Gabriel Wilderness, Angeles Nat'l Forest, in California and S. 2630: a bill to designate the stratified primitive area as a part of the Washakie Wilderness, heretofore known as the south Absaroka Wilderness, Shoshone Nat'l Forest, in Wyoming. Hearing led by Henry Jackson and Frank Church with a statement from Edward P. Cliff. 1 hearing, 17 p. (Author: U.S. Congress, Senate)
USFS. Joy.
1968
2/107
Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, conference report
Conference report requesting that the Senate recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the House and agree to the act being cited at the Wilderness Act. There is also a statement by the managers of the House who assembled the report. 1 report, 11 p. (Author: Aspinall, Wayne N.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
2/108
Presidential statement on Flat Tops Wilderness.
Statement announcing his approval of S. 267: designating 235,230-acre Flat Tops Wilderness in Colorado. Included are Ford's reservations about designating wilderness where there is evidence of human activity, where there are narrow boundaries, and where the natural resource values may out-weigh the wilderness values. 1 statement, 1 p. (Author: Ford, Gerald)
USFS. Joy.
1975
2/109
Letter to Honorable James A. Haley, Chairmen, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Rep
Letter addressing the objective of the Forest Service to provide better means for dealing with the impacts of potential mineral development in connection with management of national forest wilderness. Attached is a 2 p. USDA supplemental statement on H.R. 455 and H.R. 5118. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Long, Robert W.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
2/110
Letter to Dick Joy: re your 11/8/71 note to Bill.
Letter addressing that Congress represents the public need and the Forest Service must abide by what Congress decides in regards to wilderness. He also points out specific language in the Wilderness Act such as retain which significantly impacts management decisions. Lamb emphasizes the importance of including the public interest. Handwritten, original letter. 1 letter 2 p. (Author: Lamb, Alan)
USFS. Joy.
1971
2/111
Letter to Bill Worf from Dick Joy
Letter to Bill Worf re: the challenges in public involvement re: primeval wilderness vs. restored wilderness, isolated non-conforming activities within large wildernesses and the Magruder Corridor. Handwritten, original letter. 1 letter, 7 p. (Author: Joy, Dick)
USFS. Joy.
1971
2/112
Letter to Dick Joy from Bob Ramen
Letter to Dick Joy re: Congress and the public will re: wilderness quality. Handwritten, original letter. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Ramen, Bob)
USFS. Joy.
1971
2/113
Letter to Dick Joy in response to three points he made in a 1971 letter to Bill Worf
Letter to Dick Joy addressing his three points, emphasizing that a backcountry policy would better suit some wilderness acres and suggesting some additional areas to be added as wilderness. Handwritten, original letter. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1971?
2/114
Letter to Dick Joy from Bill Worf
Letter to Dick Joy re: primeval wilderness vs. restored wilderness, maintaining classification standards, Moose Creek Ranger District, North Cascades, and the Magruder Corridor. Original letter. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
2/115
Memo to Forest Supervisors re: wilderness quality.
Memo re: proposed method for evaluating wilderness quality with an attached method and sample overlays. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 proposed method, 5 p., 1 map, 1 p., 1 set of overlays, 8 p. (Author: Slusher, Edward C.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
2/116
Friday Newsletter: Forest Service personnel: Eastern wilderness legislation
Wilderness legislation in Tennessee, general eastern designation of wilderness, and the Forest Service's position on this. 1 newsletter, 2 p. (Author: McGuire, John R.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
2/117
Compilation of comments on wilderness regulations.
Proposed amendments to the language of the USFS proposed regulations for wilderness with comments from in-service employees and organizations. 1 report, 117 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1965
2/118
National forest wilderness: a policy review.
Draft discussing natural processes policy, human uses policy, wilderness stratification, and current wilderness policies. There are also 12 pages of attachments and an appendix with internal memos. 1 report, 26 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1981
2/119
Managing national forest wilderness
Proposed regulation and discussion draft of the management of national forest wilderness. Guidelines for the administration of Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Proposed regulation for national forest primitive areas. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 proposal, 20 p., 1 discussion draft, 22 p., 1 glossary, 27 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
3/120
Wilderness plans of the Forest Service
Speech commenting on the reclassification of certain primitive areas as wilderness areas. He cautions that reclassification of certain areas doesn't necessarily mean they fall under the criteria for wilderness and warns to not relax these criteria. 1 speech, 2 p. (Author: Cliff, Edward P.)
USFS. Joy.
1963
3/121
Letter to Honorable Paul Fannin
Letter re: S. 316, Eastern wilderness bill and Talmadge's opposition to the bill. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Talmadge, Herman E.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
3/122
Congressional Record: proceedings and debates of the 93d Congress, first session
Speech given re: wilderness purity and the need for wilderness designation on Forest Service lands that are being compromised. 1 statement, 3 p. (Author: Packwood, Robert W.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
3/123
FYI: New wilderness release language agreed to by Senate energy, house interior committees, and USDA
Discusses provisions in new statutory language (re: RARE II), a release substitute form, a discussion of release language and wilderness legislation, and a list of eastern U.S. wilderness legislation. 1 report, 7 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1984
3/124
Personal Statement on national forest wilderness to Edward P. Cliff
National forest wilderness management posture, relationship b/t the standards for NFW classification and the standards for the management of NFW, and multiple-use management of other Nat'l Forest resources. There is a cover letter from R. M. Housley. There are 2 more copies of this with a cover letter from William Worf. 1 memo, 9 p. (Author: Costley, Richard A.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
3/125
Attorney work product - privileged and confidential: Ronald L. Curtis v. Espy
Lawsuit of Ronald L. Curtis v. Espy re: mining claim in the Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area of the Angeles National Forest and the use of a special use permit in the wilderness area. *Need to make sure it is okay to archive this since it says not releasable under FOIA. 1 brief, 4 p. (Author: Gipsman, Jack)
USFS. Joy.
1997
3/126
Plaintiffs' statement of material facts as to which there is no genuine issue
Statement by Wilderness Watch Inc. (plaintiffs) in a suit against the USFS re: commercial outfitters and caches and permanently occupied camps in the Frank Church-RONR Wilderness. There are handwritten notes in the margins. 1 statement, 9 p. (Author: Worf, William)
USFS. Stokes.
1992
3/127
What responsibilities does the Forest Service have re: mineral exploration in an area designated as a Wilderness Study Area by the Montana Wilderness Study Act of 1977?
Analysis re: Congress not making a final determination re: areas designated as WSA's under the MWSA and mining claims within the Big Snowies WSA. 1 report, 4 p. (Author: Campbell, Alan J.)
USFS. Stokes.
1996
3/128
Informational memorandum for Michael Dombeck: County of St. Louis, et al. and Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, et al. v. Thomas, U.S.D.C., Minnesota
Two civil actions were consolidated for purposes of review by the court. Both challenged the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Management Plan which was adopted by the Forest Service in 1993. That plan imposed visitor use restrictions which reduced the number of individuals entering the BWCA. Original document. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Danaher, Michael J.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
3/129
Memo to Chief re: wilderness management policy.
Memo to Chief re: the attached Forest Service policy review for 1981. 1 memo, 1 p. 1 policy review, 26 p. 1 appendix, 54 p. (Author: Lucas, Robert C.)
USFS. Stokes.
1981
3/130
Memo to The Record from William A. Worf
Memo to The Record re: Chief McGuire's withdrawal of the decision to implement the backcountry concept from the 1972 policy review. There are two copies of this letter and both are original documents with Worf's signature. 1 memo, 1 p. 1 attached excerpt from 1972 USFS policy review, 8 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1996
3/131
Memo to John R. McGuire
Both the memos address the amount of debate gone into defining wilderness since the Act in 1964. Both address the attempt at policy posture of the USFS through the 1972 policy review which is attached. 1 memo, 1 p. 1 attached memo to regional foresters and directors from Edward P. Cliff re: Wilderness Policy Review, 1 p., 1 attached 1972 USFS policy review, 56 p., 4 appendixes. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1972
3/132
Memo to Honorable Bruce Vento
In response to Vento's request for a revolution in wilderness management, Robertson affirms the efforts underway to make changes in wilderness management on the ground. Those are: training for agency personnel, professional career ladders, wilderness education, visitor access to wilderness, wilderness inventories, wilderness management planning, and general management issues. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale)
USFS. Stokes.
1990
3/133
Letter on appropriation accountability for wilderness management
The following actions are requested by the Chief: completing wilderness implementation plans by 1993, all regional foresters will ensure that each forest supervisor is given a specific allocation for wilderness in a timely way, all units will assure proper accounting for wilderness funds, regional foresters will provide the Chief a quarterly status and projection report showing wilderness allocations and total wilderness expenditures. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale)
USFS. Merigliano.
1991
3/134
Letter on meeting congressional direction and intent: RFandD follow-up
Included are recommendations for meeting congressional direction and intent in terms of improving tracking and the assignment system for Appropriations Act study/report requirements as well as other actions involving managing funds. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale)
USFS. Merigliano.
1991
3/135
Letter on commitment and accountability for wilderness management
Description of the desired future for wilderness management includes: wilderness is a full partner in the multiple-use mission, wilderness is managed for ecological, geological, scientific, historical, educational and scenic values, each wilderness is recognized as part of the National Wilderness Preservation System, conservation groups and wilderness users are full partners in wilderness management. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Merigliano.
1991
3/136
Letter on addition of FY 1992 performance standards.
Memo re: new wording in the performance standards of all Regional Foresters to ensure wilderness funds reach the District level. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Merigliano.
1991
3/137
Letter on wilderness planning
Memo re: wilderness implementation schedule which clarifies what this is and what it should entail. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Merigliano.
1991
3/138
Wilderness management planning
Memo to regional foresters re: outlining the steps to comply with wilderness management planning and performance standards. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Merigliano.
1992
3/139
Letter on action items from GAO report
Action items from 1989 General Accounting Office Review of wilderness management: administrative structures, wilderness implementation schedules, and 1990 annual report. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Merigliano.
1990
3/140
Chapter 2320 - wilderness and primitive areas.
Excerpts from the Forest Service manual revealing early management directions re: outfitter guides in wilderness areas. 1 manual, 16 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Stokes.
1966-1986
3/141
Plaintiffs' supplemental brief in support of their November 27, 1995, motion for sanctions
Brief re: permanent structures allowed by the Forest Service in the Frank Church-RONR Wilderness as well as other structures in other wilderness areas. 1 brief, 5 p. 4 exhibits attached. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1995
3/142
Letter to Hal Salwasser, regional forester.
Letter re: in response to a July 10 letter. Worf emphasizes the importance of the Wilderness System and discusses Wilderness Watch's posture on wilderness and wilderness management policy within the Forest Service. 1 letter, 8 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1996
3/143
Letter to Phil Janek, regional forester
Letter re: decision to deny the industry proposal to shuttle people, by helicopter, into the wilderness of the Tongass National Forest. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
3/144
Letter to Dale Bosworth, regional forester.
Letter re: requesting information about Outfitter and Guide Service Days in 1994 because of its connection to introduced legislation in Congress that would amend the Wilderness Act. 1 letter, 4 p. Attached is a fax to Dave Heerwagen from Katie Hauser re: this letter, 1 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
3/145
Memo to President Bill Clinton
Letter re: attached letter re: 4 incidents occurring in 1996 in the Gros Ventre Wilderness in which the Wilderness Act was used to make user decisions. 1 letter, 1 p. 1 Attached letter to Dale Bosworth, 4 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Stokes.
1997
3/146
Managing national forest wilderness
Proposed CFR regulations for wilderness management and the Forest Service Manual discussion draft from 2320. 1 manual, 64 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Stokes.
1965
3/147
Chapter: 2320 wilderness and primitive areas - draft.
Draft on the Forest Service's wilderness fire policy. There are handwritten notes on this document. 1 manual, 2 p. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Joy.
1984
3/148
Memo to regional foresters, station and area directors re: attached fact sheet and briefing paper on planned ignition in wilderness areas
Paper re: use of planned ignitions in wilderness management, background info., a list of alternatives with pros and cons, and proposed policy for fire in wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 fact sheet, 1 p., 1 paper, 8 p. (Author: Baker, Paul)
USFS. Joy.
1983
3/149
Memo to regional foresters on wilderness management policy
Memo to wilderness managers re: national direction for carrying capacity in wilderness with an attached discussion draft of 2320 of the Forest Service manual on limits of acceptable change, wilderness capacity, and monitoring programs. 1 memo, 2 p. 1 attached draft, 17 p. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1981
3/150
Cultural resources and wilderness: the good guys versus the good guys
Paper re: conflicting relationships between wilderness management and cultural resource protection as derived from the Wilderness Act with focus on the Forest Service. 1 paper, 25 p. (Author: Neuman, Loretta F.)
USFS. Joy.
undated
3/151
Remarks: Richard J. Costley, professor (emeritus), resource planning, University of Massachusetts: wilderness management symposium
Speech given at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville re: his experiences in the Forest Serive esp. with the Wilderness Act and the future management of wilderness. 1 speech, 18 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
3/152
Title 2300 - recreation management: chapter 2320 - wildernesses, primitive areas, and wilderness study areas
Draft from the Forest Service manual with definitions of terms and their objectives and an operating plan outline on wilderness management. 1 manual, 27 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1983
3/153
Forest Service manual, Washington D.C., draft.
Draft on Forest Service manual 2320-2324 objectives and policies. 1 manual, 18 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1983
3/154
Memo to John R. McGuire, chief Forest Service.
Weather modification over wilderness areas. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Knebel, John A.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
3/155
Title 2300 - recreation management, chapter 2320 - wilderness and primitive areas
Excerpt from the FSM re: 2323.44 - weather modification over wilderness. 1 manual, 3 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
undated
3/156
Title 2300 - recreation management: 2321.32a - report outline
Excerpt from the FSM re: brief outline on water resources: asking questions re: watershed management and the Wilderness Act, the public need, and weather modification potential. 1 manual, 1 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
undated
3/157
Forest Service manual, Washington D.C., interim directive no. 19., chapter: 2320 - wildernesses, primitive areas, and wilderness study areas
Sample from manual providing direction for grazing practices in wildernesses and primitive areas. 1 manual, 11 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1980
3/158
Memo to regional foresters: revision of 36 CFR parts 251 and 261
Memo re: revisions to CFR dealing with use of bicycles in wilderness. Attached is the revised CFR. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached copy of CFR revision, 4 p. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1984
3/159
Forest Service views on the IAFWA policy on fish and wildlife management for wilderness and primitive areas
Paper re: background on roles shared by the Forest Service and the Fish and Wildlife agency and a discussion of a policy and guideline paper a committee produced at the meeting of the International at Dearborn, Michigan. 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Griswold, Richard K.)
USFS. Joy.
undated
3/160
Letter to Honorable Bruce Vento, chairman, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands, House of Representatives.
Letter re: addressing each of Vento's recommendations on strengthening wilderness management. Attached the letter Vento sent to F. Dale Robertson. Attached is a message display from Dick Joy re: Vento's letter and Jim Bradley. 1 letter, 3 p., Attached 1 message display, 1 p., Attached 1 letter, 6 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
3/161
The commercial outfitter and wilderness
Speech written by William A. Worf, delivered by Charles R. Joy at the Montana Wilderness Guides Association re: the exception outfitters and guides have to the Wilderness Act and the assertion to make sure this is not abused. 1 speech, 11 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1970
3/162
Development of Forest Service wilderness management posture
Speech given at the Forest Service Wilderness Workshop re: brief personal bio and bio of the wilderness act and development of the Forest Service's posture on wilderness management. 1 speech, 12 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
3/163
Why the Wilderness Act?
Paper re: why the wilderness act was developed in spite of the Forest Service already designating areas as wilderness before the act passed. This includes quotes from the Congressional Record on the need for legislation. 1 paper, 7 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1970
3/164
History of the Forest Service in wilderness.
Speech given at the National Wilderness Conference re: history of the Forest Service in wilderness management. 1 speech, 17 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1977
3/165
Development of early Forest Service wilderness policies, direction, and philosophies
Speech given at the Region 3 wilderness seminar re: policies, direction, and philosophies including management and interpretations of the act. 1 speech, 16 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
3/166
Beyond roads end - wilderness
Speech given at the Current Issues Day re: background on wilderness philosophy and classification as well as leasing for mineral exploration in wilderness and the future of wilderness. 1 speech, 17 p. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
3/167
The Forest Service and wilderness, or: the road from exploitation to preservation…with intermediate stops at conservation, multiple use, and public involvement
Speech given at the Mt. Shasta Area Audubon Society Wilderness Workshop re: man's place in wilderness and the journey to preservation. 1 speech, 15 p. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
3/168
A guide for wilderness resource considerations.
This is a working paper for in-service use to assist land use planners when consideration must be given to the wilderness resource during the land use planning processes. 1 paper, 8 p. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1974
3/169
The National Forest Wilderness System
Speech given at the Wilderness Conference in San Francisco re: protecting and creating policy for wilderness with the ideals of multiple-use management and sustainable yields. 1 speech, 13 p. (Author: McArdle, Richard E.)
USFS. Joy.
1957
3/170
At the crossroads in 1982
Speech given at the RF and D meeting re: the immediate tasks needed to be faced to effectively adapt to changes in policies in the Forest Service. 1 speech, 7 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/171
Wilderness research: an important link to wilderness management
Speech given for R. Max Peterson at the National Wilderness Research Conference re: qualitative issues of wilderness management with emphasis on public benefits. 1 speech, 7 p. (Author: Feuchter, Roy)
USFS. Joy.
1985
4/172
A wilderness revolution for the 1990's: commemorating of the Wilderness Act on its 25th anniversary
Speech given at the National Wilderness Conference in Minneapolis, MN re: improving the quality of wilderness management with emphasis on the GAO report, positive signs of management within the Forest Service, and the major tasks needed to improve wilderness management. 1 speech, 24 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce F.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
4/173
Managing wilderness as a resource: basic principles.
Paper presented at the Fourth World Wilderness Congress Symposium on Management of Park and Wilderness Preserves re: wilderness resource, managing wilderness as a resource, and 16 basic management principles. 1 paper, 15 p. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Joy.
1987
4/174
Wilderness management for wildlife: philosophy, objectives, guidelines
Paper re: need for a clear wilderness philosophy as the foundation for wilderness wildlife management policy, proposed objectives that reflect these values, and current wilderness wildlife issues. 1 paper, 12 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
4/175
Statement of the Arizona Game and Fish Department relative to the U.S. Forest Service management programs on National Wilderness Areas, Marana, Arizona, September 18, 1973
Statement re: jurisdiction over resident fish and wildlife and jurisdiction and the management of Federal public lands and viewpoints from game and fish directors on varying components of wilderness management. 1 statement, 13 p. (Author: Curtis, Robert D.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
4/176
Public participation in wilderness planning.
Memo to forest supervisors re: attached paper which Jerry Stokes presented re: involvement of public in planning for wilderness direction. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached paper, 5 p. (Author: Drake, John T.)
USFS. Joy.
1987
4/177
Management needs and problems associated with wilderness preservation
Paper presented to the Second World Wilderness Congress re: implementing policies and programs to manage wilderness in a way that leaves wilderness to appear as unmanaged. 1 paper, 12 p. (Author: Stankey, George H.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
4/178
Principles of wilderness management: applications for the East
Paper presented to the Wilderness Management in the East Symposium re: evolution of wilderness in the East and the need for non-degradation management principles for wilderness in the East. 1 paper, 11 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
4/179
Wilderness management in the 1980's: where do we go from here?
Speech given at the National Wilderness Management Conference re: future of wilderness management including fire, facilities, smoke, training, and research. 1 speech, 11 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1983
4/180
Near natural areas (wilderness bill implementation).
Memo to wilderness task force re: attached summary of primary assignments and a list of the major considerations involved in each numbered assignment all of which are in regards to implementing the Wilderness Act. There are handwritten notes throughout this document. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached summary, 14 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/181
Near-natural areas
Memo to regional foresters re: 3 phases to implementing wilderness management. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Greeley, Arthur W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/182
Emergency directive No.60, chapter: 2320 - recreation areas managed in near-natural condition
Directive from the Forest Service manual re: 2320.5, glossary of the following terms: wilderness, primitive areas, and national wilderness preservation system. 1 directive, 1 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/183
Emergency directive No. 2, chapter 50 - recreation signs
Directive from FSH 5631.4 re: wilderness, wild, and primitive area signs, stating that the word area will not appear on wilderness entrance signs. 1 directive, 1 p. (Author: Byrne, J. J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/184
Emergency directive No.51, chapter: 2320 - recreation areas managed in near-natural condition
Directive from Forest Service manual re: annual report on Wilderness Preservation System and schedule for Primitive Area review and new proposals. Included is a list of national forestareas in the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System including acres and special features. 1 directive, 13 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/185
Emergency directive No. 52, chapter : 2320 - recreation areas managed in near-natural condition
Directive from the FSM re: legal definition of designated wilderness, acreage calculation, map standards, certification, assembly, and distribution of each legal description and map of each wilderness area. 1 directive, 3 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/186
Emergency directive No. 54, chapter: 2320 - recreation areas managed in near-natural condition
Directive form the FSM re: lands designated as wilderness within National Forests will be managed in consistence with the Wilderness Act. 1 directive, 1 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/187
Emergency directive No. 58, chapter: 2320 - recreation areas managed in near-natural condition
Directive from the FSM re: wilderness boundaries. 1 directive, 1 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
4/188
Near natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to Gordon Hammon re: different definitions of the Wilderness Act and interpreting it to see if bicycles and other non-motorized uses of transportation are acceptable. This is the original letter. There is also a handwritten note from Bill Worf to Hammon re: now is not a good time to bring up the issue. This memo is referenced in #188. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Tourtillott, George W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/189
Near natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to George Tourtillot re: 2 interpretations on the term mechanical transport to determine if certain non-motorized uses of transportation are acceptable. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Hammon, Gordon)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/190
Near-natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to Gordon Hammon re: continuing use and maintenance of existing reservoirs within wilderness areas. This is the original memo. This document is referenced in #191. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Tourtillott, G. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/191
Near-natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to George Tourtillott re: soliciting advice on legal questions concerning use and maintenance of existing irrigation reservoirs under special use permit within national forest wilderness areas. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Hammon, Gordon)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/192
Near-natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to George Tourtillott re: soliciting advice on the legal question re: mineral prospecting prior to the determination of the validity of a claim. This is the original memo. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Hammon, Gordon)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/193
Near natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to Richard J. Costley re: responses to 8 items of interest requested by Costley re: interpretation of the Wilderness Act. 1 memo, 3 p. Attached is a revision of this memo and a copy of the original memo as well. (Author: Florance, Reynolds G.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/194
Near natural areas (implementing the Wilderness Act).
Memo to Reynolds Florance re: soliciting advice on 8 questions re: implementation of the Wilderness Act. There is also an attachment a copy of proposed U-1 reg. This seems to be the original memo. 1 memo, 7 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/195
Task force (answers to Synder's questions 9/25/64).
Memo to Gordon Hammon re: what is required by Congress in terms of maps and descriptions of wilderness areas, recommendations for primitive areas, and other questions re: the annual report. This is the original memo. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Tourtillott, G. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/196
Informal memo to George Tourtillot from Snyder.
Memo re: questions re: how many copies of maps and legal definitions are needed for Congress and interpretation of wilderness areas. This is the original handwritten memo on notebook paper. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Snyder, A.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/197
Informal memo: George: Re. Sec. 7, the annual report to the President
Memo to George Tourtillott re: questions for Tourtillott re: annual report to the President. This is the original handwritten memo on notebook paper. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Snyder, A.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/198
Implementing the Wilderness Bill
Memo to Reynolds Florance re: requesting advice on questions about specific wording in sections of the Wilderness Act. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/199
Near-natural areas
Memo to Edward P. Cliff re: air-dropping of camp supplies to visitors in wilderness areas. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Greeley, A. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/200
Analysis of delegation of authority: discussion draft, managing national forest wilderness
Draft listing who has authority over each task listed in the FSM. 1 report, 5 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1964
4/201
The wilderness movement and the national forests.
Book chronicling the history of the wilderness movement in the Forest Service including its evolution in legislation. 1 book, 92 pages (Author: Roth, Dennis M.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
4/202
Bob Marshall, Scapegoat and Great Bear Wilderness Area
Memo to John B. Crowell, Jr., assistant secretary for natural resources and environment, re: attached resolution of Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs re: mineral leasing in the Bob Marshall, Scapegoat and Great Bear Wilderness Areas. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Fowler, Richard L.)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/203
Decision notice: seismic prospecting permit, USDA-Forest Service, Northern Region
Report re: decision and rationale re: permit request by Consolidated Georex Geophysics to conduct seismic work in the Flathead and Lewis and Clark National Forests. 1 report, 2 p. (Author: Coston, Tom)
USFS. Joy
1981
4/204
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo to regional foresters re: attached guidelines relating to management activities by State Fish and Wildlife Agencies within wildernesses and primitive areas of the FS and the BLM. The guidelines include fish and wildlife research, fisheries management, wildlife management, and visitor management. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 14 p. (Author: Bond, F. Leroy)
USFS. FWS. BLM. Joy.
1976
4/205
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo to regional foresters re: 1976 memo referenced in subject heading re: urging regional foresters to use these guidelines. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Evans, William L.)
USFS, FWS, BLM. Joy.
1978
4/206
General memo to all regions except R-4
Memo re: attached memo from M. M. Nelson in R-4 re: use of aircraft and motorized equipment in wildernesses with an attached memo from Floyd Iverson to the chief re: aerial fish planting with another attached memo from B. H. Payne to regional foresters re: the attached copy of Resolution No. 7 (which discusses aerial fish planting into wilderness waters) adopted July 7, 1968, by the Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners. 1 memo, 1 p. 4 enclosures, 5 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS, FWS. Joy.
1968
4/207
International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies' policy on fish and wildlife management for wilderness and primitive areas: state wildlife agency views
Paper re: history of wilderness wildlife management, importance of wilderness to wildlife, wilderness legislation, and reactions to guidelines and policies based on views solicited from state wildlife agencies via a questionnaire. 1 paper, 22 p. (Author: Hoover, Robert L.)
USFS, FWS. Joy.
undated
4/208
Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners resolutions
Memo to regional foresters re: attached letter to Congressman Thomas G. Morris re: the Forest Service's comments on resolution no. 15 re: aircraft in wilderness by state game and fish departments in regards to wildfire. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 2 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS, FWS. Joy.
1968
4/209
Request for exception to the wilderness fire management policy for the Hercules Glades Wilderness
Memo to regional foresters, R-9 stating that there is no need to change or grant an exception to wilderness fire management policy. Occasional planned ignitions to counter the effects of past human influence are allowed, but no planned ignitions to aid or maintain existing ecosystems or vegetative types on a regularly scheduled basis are allowed. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1986
4/210
Request for exception to wilderness fire policy - Hercules Glades Wilderness
Memo to John (White?) stating Towle's views on the question of Forest Plan direction versus established policy as in the subject of wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Towle, Everett)
USFS. Joy.
1986
4/211
Prescribed fire exception for the Hercules Glades Wilderness approval of Mark Twain Forest Plan
Memo to the Chief re: seeking an exception to FSM 2324.21 policy to permit preplanned ignition of fires in the Hercules Glades Wilderness Area on the Mark Twain National Forest. Enclosed is a paper providing more details on the area and public input. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 5 p. (Author: Henson, Larry)
USFS. Joy.
1985
4/212
Revised new wilderness fire policy
Memo to regional foresters re: enclosed copy of the final approved new wilderness fire management policy. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 3 p. (Author: Housley, R. M.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
4/213
Forest Service views on the IAFWA policy on fish and wildlife management for wilderness and primitive areas
Paper providing background on the relationship between the Forest Service and state fish and wildlife agencies and the Forest Service's views on IAFWA guidelines and policies. 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Griswold, Richard K.)
USFS. FWS. Joy.
1978
4/214
Administrative appeal of consolidated Georex Geophysics for permit to conduct seismic exploration activities within the Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat Wilderness Areas in Montana
Memo to R. Max Peterson re: Brizee's response to Peterson's request that the extent is determined and under which authority oil and gas prospecting was regulated in the Bob Marshall Wilderness prior to the passage of the Wilderness Act of 1964. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Brizee, Clarence W.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
4/215
Administrative appeal of consolidated Georex Geophysics for permit to conduct seismic exploration activities within the Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat Wilderness Areas in Montana
Memo to R. Max Peterson re: not considering an application for a Special Use Permit under 36 CFR Part 251. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Brizee, Clarence W.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
4/216
Prospecting permits in wilderness areas
Memo to R. Max Peterson re: legal advice requested by Howard E. Banta, Director of Minerals and Geology Division, re: whether section 4(d) (2) or 4(d) (3) of the Wilderness Act of 1964 provides the basis for issuing prospecting permits on national forests. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Brizee, Clarence W.)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/217
CGG briefing paper: appeal of April 17, 1980, decision on application of Consolidated Georex Geophysics for permit to conduct seismic exploration activities within the Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat Wilderness Areas in Montana
Paper re: background of this issue, points of consideration for the appeal of CGG, response to the points of consideration, and the pros and cons of different options. 1 paper, 8 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1980
4/218
Possible implications of a legislative proposal for Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex and adjacent roadless land
Paper re: pros and cons to mineral withdrawal, implications of not addressing adjacent further planning and wilderness proposals, and release language. 1 paper, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/219
Prospecting permits in wilderness
Memo to the Chief re: Clarence Brizee's interpretation of section 4(d) (2) and 4(d) (3) of the Wilderness Act. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/220
Letter to Mr. X. de Boucaud, Consolidated Georex Geophysics
Letter in reply to de Boucaud's appeal of the regional forester's denial of his application for permit to conduct seismic exploration for oil and gas within the Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat Wilderness areas in Montana. Attached is a fact sheet on Consolidated Georex Geophysics' history with the issue. 1 letter, 6 p., 1 attachment, 1 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1981
4/221
National Uranium Resource Evaluation (NURE), Department of Energy
Memo to regional foresters re: program underway to assess the potential uranium resources on all Federal, State, and private lands. Guidance is offered to regional foresters for the process of assessing the national forest lands. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Bond, F. Leroy)
USFS. Joy.
1978
4/222
Question and answer
Question and answer re: FS management objectives for wilderness, motorized use restrictions in wilderness, toilets in wilderness, allowed facilities in wilderness, kinds of trails in wilderness, fire in wilderness, wilderness permit system, mechanized equipment in wilderness, fish stocking in wilderness, hunting and game management in wilderness, grazing, mining, and water development in wilderness, and how the policies are applied. 1 question and answer, 10 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
4/223
Private inholdings, headwaters W. (re: your 4/17 ltr.)
Memo to forest supervisor, Nicolet NF in which questions about motorized access are answered. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Edgerton, Paul J.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
4/224
R-1, Gallatin NF - Passage Creek Road in Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
Memo to regional forester R-1 re: the question of guidance in the applicability of ANILCA Section 1323a to wilderness and the enclosed copy of a May 31 opinion (to R. Max Peterson, from Clarence Brizee) by OGC responding to this question. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 4 p. (Author: Cargill, Gary E.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
4/225
Rights of access to private lands within national forestlands and national forest wilderness. (In reply to: 2730 rights of way grants; 2320 Wilderness and Primitive areas)
Memo to R. Max Peterson re: views as to the law re: access across national forest lands to private inholdings, and the effect of wilderness designation on such access rights. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Brizee, Clarence W.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
4/226
The use of motor vehicles for law enforcement in wilderness
Memo to regional foresters re: the enclosed correspondence between Region 8 and the Chief clarifying policy re: approval for the use of motorized equipment to do law enforcement work in wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 3 p. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
4/227
The use of motor vehicles for law enforcement.
Memo to the Chief re: enclosed draft letter to be sent to forest supervisors re: direction on the use of motor vehicles for law enforcement purposes for the health and safety of the public and the protection of property rights in wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 4 p. (Author: Alcock, John E.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
4/228
Wilderness regulations - bicycles
Memo to regional foresters re: bicycles being excluded from wilderness as intended by Congress. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Hilmon, J. B.)
USFS. Joy.
1984
4/229
Wilderness regulations
Memo to regional foresters re: inconsistency in the regulations pertaining to wilderness administration, specifically, the CFR re: bicycles in wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Hilmon, J. B.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
5/230
Questions and answers: livestock grazing operations in wilderness
Q and A re: reduction of grazing operations in wilderness, grazing capacity, grazing precedence, permits, what is required of the operator, structural range improvements, motorized vehicles and equipment, seeding, feed, economic impacts, committee guidelines, and interpreting the W. Act. 1 question and answer, 9 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1980
5/231
Outfitter and guide practices in the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness
Memo to regional foresters re: enclosed signed agreement between the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association and the FS, giving interim direction re: conditions for storing approved material during the non-use season, cleaning up the camps, storing temporary facilities, and phasing out permanent facilities. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale)
USFS. Joy.
1989
5/232
Wilderness cache task force report
Memo to regional foresters re: enclosed Task Force report re: wilderness caches in the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness, by Jim Jordan. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 12 p. (Author: Overbay, James C.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
5/233
National Wilderness Preservation System 14th annual report: message from the President of the United States
Jimmy Carter transmits the annual report on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System for calendar year 1977, pursuant to section 7 of Public Law 88-577. There is the report of the Secretary of the Interior on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System. 1 report, 19 p. (Author: Carter, Jimmy)
USFS. Joy.
1979
5/234
Tenth annual report on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President from the United States
Gerald Ford transmits the tenth annual report of the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System, pursuant to section 7 of Public Law 88-577 (16 USC 1136). There is the report of the Secretary of the Interior on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System. There is the tenth annual report of the Secretary of Agriculture on the NWPS. 1 report, 25 p. (Author: Ford, Gerald R.)
USFS. Joy.
1974
5/235
National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States
Lyndon B. Johnson transmits the first annual report. There is the report of the Secretary of the Interior on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System. There is the report of the Secretary of Agriculture on the status of national forestunits of the NWPS. 1 report, 16 p. (Author: Johnson, Lyndon B.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
5/236
National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States
The second annual report of the Secretary of the Interior and Agriculture and a report from Lyndon B. Johnson. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: Johnson, Lyndon B.)
USFS. Joy.
1966
5/237
National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States
The third annual report on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System with a report from Lyndon B. Johnson and the third joint annual report of the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior concerning the status of the NWPS. 1 report, 16 p. (Author: Johnson, Lyndon B.)
USFS. Joy.
1967
5/238
Report on National Wilderness Preservation: message from the President of the United States
The fourth annual report on the status of the National Wilderness Preservation System with a report from Lyndon B. Johnson and a report from the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior. 1 report, 16 p. (Author: Johnson, Lyndon B.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
5/239
National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States
The fifth annual report on the status of the NWPS with a report from Lyndon B. Johnson and a report from the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior. 1 report, 25 p. (Author: Johnson, Lyndon B.)
USFS. Joy.
1969
5/240
Sixth annual report, National Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States
The sixth annual report on the status of the NWPS for the calendar year 1969 with a report from Richard Nixon. There is joint report from the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior. 1 report, 22 p. (Author: Nixon, Richard)
USFS. Joy.
1970
5/241
Seventh annual report on the status of the Wilderness Preservation System: message from the President of the United States.
There is a report from Richard Nixon, and there is a joint annual report from the Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior. 1 report, 26 p. (Author: Nixon, Richard)
USFS. Joy.
1971
5/242
Near-natural areas
Memo re: attached report on USDA's policy signed by Orville Freeman re: wilderness needs, public interest, and designation re: the National Forest Wilderness System. McArdle's memo provides background information on wilderness, wild and primitive areas and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. 1 memo, 4 p., 1 attachment, 2 p. (Author: McArdle, Richard E.)
USFS. Joy.
1961
5/243
Keeping the 'Wild' in wilderness
Pamphlet re: the definition of wilderness, objectives of wilderness management, the objectives in action, visitor-use facilities, commercial service facilities, and non-emergency exceptions. 1 pamphlet, 5 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1978
5/244
An enduring resource of wilderness: management principles
Pamphlet outlining 16 brief principles of wilderness management. 1 pamphlet, 5 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1987
5/245
National forest wilderness and primitive areas.
Pamphlet with a map of national forest wilderness and primitive areas, and there is brief history of wilderness in the Forest Service. 1 pamphlet, 11 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1973
5/246
Wilderness manners
Pamphlet re: brief guidelines on camping, safety, pack and saddle stock, and sanitation in wilderness. 2 pamphlets, 5 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1971
5/247
Wilderness, wild and primitive areas
Pamphlet from the Northern Region (Missoula, Montana) includes a brief letter from Orville Freeman dated April 27, 1961. This guide lists each wilderness, wild and primitive area in the Northern Region with a description of what each one is, where it is, how to visit, what to see, and what to do there. 1 pamphlet, 14 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1964
5/248
Wilderness: the National Forests…America's playgrounds
Pamphlet with illustrations and photographs and a map of wilderness and primitive areas in National Forests. Text re: wilderness heritage, wilderness values, and wilderness management. 1 pamphlet, 14 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1967
5/249
Wilderness purism: here we go again
Article from American Forests re: criticisms of Richard Costley's article in American Forests entitled An Enduring Resource, which talks about wilderness purism. 1 article, 3 p. (Author: Behan, R. W.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
5/250
Letter to the editor of American Forests.
Letter critizing R. W. Behan's article in American Forests entitled Wilderness purism: here we go again, in which Behan criticizes Richard J. Costley's article in the same magazine on wilderness purism. Walcott defends Costley's views and points out Behan's errors in judgment. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Walcott, Francis J.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
5/251
Myths in wilderness decision-making
Article reprinted from the Journal of Soil and water Conservation raising questions about wilderness users and their income, multiple use compatibility, and the concept of public lands being locked up. 1 article, 5 p. (Author: Stankey, G. H.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
5/252
The Wilderness Act as Congress intented
Memo to regional foresters re: attached article from American Forests by John T. Keane titled The Wilderness Act as Congress Intended. Costley is commenting on the article to clarify the National Forest's role in the National Wilderness Preservation System. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 copy of the memo, 1 p., 1 attached magazine article, 7 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
5/253
Westward: world of the west from Kaiser Steel.
This is an excerpt from the journal. The excerpt includes Strictly Primitive by Alex Troffey re: distinguishing wilderness areas from national forests, a map of primitive areas in California, and a description of the wilderness areas in the West. 1 journal, 11 p. (Author: Stollery, J. G.)
USFS. Joy.
1952
5/254
A scientist's views on some current wilderness management issues
Article re: opinions on the professional's role in allocation and management of wilderness, the need for a comprehensive public-land policy to preserve that wilderness, the need for a pure approach to wilderness management, wilderness permits, and rationing wilderness use. 1 article, 6 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1974
5/255
Sierra Club policy on National Forests
Journal re: Sierra Club's policy on National Forests re: four new steps in national forestland-use re: comprehensive land-use classification, check list of potential forest land uses, list of criteria for land use, and a detailed explanation of these criteria to aid in classification decisions. 1 journal, 14 p. (Author: Brower, David)
USFS. Joy.
1961
5/256
Elements of wilderness management
Article from the Journal of Forestry re: definition of wilderness, anomalies of wilderness policy, management practices, dimensions of wilderness management, and communication about wilderness. 1 article, 3 p. (Author: Lamb, Bruce F.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
5/257
The managed wilderness
Article from American Forests re: the history of wilderness management from the first colonizers of America to the present. 1 article, 4 p. (Author: Zivnuska, John A.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
5/258
The Living Wilderness
Special issue of The Living Wilderness devoted to the Wilderness Act, S. 174. There are articles by Clinton P. Anderson (Protection of the Wilderness), Frank Church (The Great Purpose), Henry Dworshak, J. J. Hickey, Barry Goldwater, Gordon Allott (Minority Views on S. 174), Charles Callison (The Wilderness Act in the House), and Michael Nadel (The Wilderness Act's Land Requirements). There are newspaper editorials entitled Where Man is a Visitor, The Singing Wilderness, Wilderness: It Needs Protection, and The Wilderness Bill at Last. It also includes a copy of S. 174 and a map of the NWPS. 1 journal, 52 p. (Author: Zahniser, Howard)
USFS. Marsh.
1961-1962
5/259
Journal of Forest History
Journal with articles by Dennis Roth (The National Forests and the Campaign for Wilderness Legislation), Randall E. Rohe (Place-Names: Relics of the Great Lankes Lumber Era), Thomas P. Ofcansky (Kenya Forestry under British Colonial Administration, 1895-1963), and Perry R. Hagenstein (Forestland Investment and Ownership: Changing Times). . 1 journal, 48 p. (Author: Fahl, Ronald J.)
USFS. Marsh
1984
5/260
To resource managers and individuals, organizations and institutions concerned with resource management issues
This is a promotional memo for issues in wilderness management, a compilation of writings from Max Peterson, Russell Dickenson, Bob Burfod, Robert Jantzen, James McClure, Arnold Bolle, and William Worf among others. This is based on the First National Wilderness Management Workshop. There is also a list of workshop video tapes from the wilderness management workshop. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Krumpe, Edwin E.)
USFS. Joy.
undated
5/261
Call to the wilderness: family camps in the Cascades for a look at a wilderness area set aside by Congress
Article reprinted from the World Book Year Book re: personal account of hiking in the Cascades. Includes a map of the NWPS as of 1965. 1 article, 12 p. (Author: Irwin, Robert A.)
USFS. Joy.
1965
5/262
Notes on legislative history: the Wilderness Act, re: motorized or mechanized uses and improvements
Handwritten notes on the Wilderness Act legislation with an attached copy of an index and summary of S. 4 from January 4, 1963, to September 4, 1964. 1 report, 2 p., 1 attached index, 2 p. (Author: Rosenquist)
USFS. Joy.
1980
5/263
Search for solitude, our wilderness heritage.
This has a description of, date created, acreage, of which national forest, and name for each wilderness area per state. There is also a piece on wilderness heritage of the Forest Service. 1 pamphlet, 33 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1974
5/264
Wildernesses and primitive areas in Southwestern national forests
This has a description of the wildernesses and Primitive Areas in Southwester National Forests. It also discusses wilderness philosophy and what is allowed in this region under the Wilderness Act. 1 pamphlet, 15 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1979
5/265
The Wilderness Society
This includes Aldo Leopold's, The Land Ethic, an obituary on Willi Unsoeld, a message from Theodore R. Swem, a history of The Wilderness Society, conservation priorities, society members, an article on ethics, the current numbers on the NWPS, and photography by Ansel Adams. 1 journal, 32 p. (Author: The Wilderness Society)
USFS. Joy.
1978
5/266
103 wilderness laws: milestones and management direction in wilderness legislation, 1964-1987
This monograph reviews and analyzes 103 wilderness laws to identify milestones and trends, to describe how Congress has supplemented wilderness management direction during the past twenty-three years in wilderness classification laws and certain Congressional committee reports, and to predict what resource managers might expect in future legislation allocating wilderness and addressing its management. 1 journal, 73 p. (Author: Browning, James A., Hendee, John C., Roggenbuck, Joe W.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
5/267
Battle for wilderness: our forever conflict?
This is part of the wilderness resource distinguished lectureship at the University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center with an introduction from Terry Armstrong. This is a lecture analyzing wilderness preservation in our time. 1 speech, 18 p. There are two copies of this. (Author: Frome, Michael)
USFS. Joy.
1982
5/268
Idaho Law Review symposium: wilderness and public lands
Articles from the symposium by Brock Evans (The Wilderness Idea as a Moving Force in American Cultural an Political History), James Huffman (Wilderness and Freedom), William A. Worf (Two Faces of Wilderness-A time for Choice), Stephen H. Spurr (Wilderness Concepts), Marion Clawson (Wilderness as One of Many Land Uses), M. Rupert Cutler (Statutory Designation and Administration Planning: Complementary Approaches to Achieving Wilderness Objectives), D. Michael Harvey (Exempt from Public Haunt: The Wilderness Study Provisions of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act), and W. F. Schroeder (Wilderness: An Example of Agency Technique in the Creation of Social Policy). 1 journal, 535 p. (Author: Luker, Lynn M.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
5/269
Wilderness: concept, function, and management.
This is part of the Horace M. Albright Conservation Lectureship at the University of California, School of Forestry and Conservation. Cowan discusses the emerging concept of wilderness, wilderness as pragmatic and romantic, evaluating wilderness values, defining wilderness, and wilderness today. 1 speech, 36 p. There are two copies of this. (Author: Cowan, Ian McTwaggart)
USFS. Joy.
1968
5/270
Wilderness in a balanced land use framework.
This is part of the Wilderness Resource Distinguished Lectureship at the University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center. Church discusses the controversy behind the Wilderness Act, Congressional strategy for wilderness classification, wilderness related to better use of other lands, and wilderness purity. 1 speech, 18 p. There are three copies of this. (Author: Church, Frank)
USFS. Joy.
1977
5/271
Wilderness management
This is part of the Horace M. Albright Conservation Lectureship at the University of California, School of Forestry. Spurr discusses the ecological concept of wilderness, the sociological concept, common denominators in these concepts, the concept of management, and the spectrum of objectives. 1 speech, 17 p. (Author: Spurr, Stephen H.)
USFS. Joy.
1966
5/272
Mining and mining claims in national forest wildernesses
Pamphlet re: answers to questions re: mining in wilderness. Includes a map of national forest wildernesses and primitive areas west of the Mississippi and excerpts from the Wilderness Act. 1 pamphlet, 19 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1971
5/273
Wilderness management symposium
Pamphlet re: the itinerary for the wilderness management symposium. Attached is a letter to Dick Joy re: the symposium. 1 pamphlet, 4 p., 1 enclosed letter, 1 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1980
5/274
Wildlife management in wilderness
Book re: wilderness-wildlife relationships, wildlife-related problems, illustrative wilderness-wildlife management approaches, and wildlife-management objectives and guidelines for wilderness. 1 book, 172 p. (Author: Schoenfeld, Clarence A., Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
5/275
Issues in wilderness management
Book of compilation of author's views re: how bureau chiefs view public lands, the citizen role in management, realities of resource conflict, managing fire in wilderness, wilderness and wildfire, the wilderness system, challenges of access, development, and outfitting, and wilderness research. 1 book, 252 p. (Author: Frome, Michael)
USFS. Joy.
1985
5/276
West Coast Audubon Wilderness workshop
Pamphlet re: agenda for the wilderness workshop. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Mount Shasta Area Audobon Society)
USFS. Joy.
1973
5/277
Tenth Biennial Northwest Wilderness conference.
Pamphlet re: agenda for the conference and brief bios on speakers and moderators. Joy's handwritten notes are in the pamphlet. 1 pamphlet, 13 p. (Author: Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs)
USFS. Joy.
1974
5/278
Wilderness: whose problem?
Pamphlet re: the 13th Biennial Wilderness conference agenda. 1 pamphlet, 4 p., 1 attached handwritten notes, 7 p. There are two copies of this pamphlet. (Author: Sierra Club)
USFS. Joy.
1973
5/279
A user's guide: Frank Church- River of No Return Wilderness
Manual re: maps of the FC-RONRW, what is and what is not allowed, floating, the trails, air access, fire, natural hazards, early people, wildlife. 1 manual, 39 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
undated
5/280
A conservationist's guide to national forest planning
Manual sponsored by the Sierra Club, the Wilderness Society, the Nat'l Audubon Society, and the Natural Resources Defense Council Among many areas of discussion re: national forest planning, wilderness and roadless management are included in this guide. 1 manual, 94 p. (Author: Cutler, Rupert)
USFS. Joy.
1981
5/281
The Wilderness Movement and the National Forests: 1964-1980
As part of the Forest Service history series, this covers primitive area reviews and the Parker decision, the Lincoln-Scapegoat-the first defacto bill, RARE I and the 1975 Act on Eastern areas, the Endangered American Wilderness Act and RARE II, and beyond RARE II. 1 book, 70 p. (Author: Roth, Dennis M.)
USFS. Joy.
1984
5/282
Making the land and the law serve the public.
Speech given at the public land law conference re: public land management decisions. 1 speech, 2 p. (Author: McGuire, John R.)
USFS. Joy.
1979
6/283
Wilderness management: if not you, who?
Speech given at the Region 5 wilderness management meeting re: challenges in managing wilderness. 1 speech, 5 p., 1 attached memo from Roy W. Feuchter describing the speech. (Author: Hilmon, J. B.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
6/284
Recreation plans: Superior National Forest.
This is historical information on the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness including how it was to be managed as a water-oriented recreation area. 1 report, 117 p. (Author: Carhart, Arthur)
USFS. Joy.
1922
6/285
Sierra Club, et al., plaintiffs, v. Earl L. Butz, Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, et al., defendants: Civil No. 1223-72, affidavit
Deposition of Raymond M. Housely, Jr. re: managing national forest lands and areas determined to qualify as wilderness. This explains the Forest Service's authority in these matters. 1 affidavit, 14 p. 1 copy attached. (Author: Housely, Raymond M. Jr.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
6/286
United States Senate, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Memo to an unknown person re: the Senate Interior Committee's reservations re: S. 316, the Eastern wilderness bill. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo re: Eastern wilderness bill, 2 p., 1 attached section outline, 7 p. (Author: Fannin, Paul J.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
6/287
Letter to Mrs. Dixie M. Bade, Southeast Alaska Mountaineering Association
Letter in response to attached letter which addresses the Forest Service's interpretation of the Wilderness Act and the delay in carrying forward the analysis of identified wilderness study areas. 1 letter, 3 p., 1 attached excerpt from the Conservation Court Digest re: landing of aircraft in wilderness area, 1 p., 1 attached letter to W. H. Johnson from Bade, 3 p. (Author: Johnson, W. H.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
6/288
Remarks of Dr. M. Rupert Cutler, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Conservation, Research and Education, before the annual meeting of the Alabama Conservancy in Birmingham, Alabama, Friday, February 24, 1978 at approximately 8:30 p.m. EST
Speech re: RARE II, wise use, and public lands. 1 speech, 7 p. Attached are several versions of the same speech. (Author: Cutler, Rupert)
USFS. Joy.
1978
6/289
Wilderness: management, selection, and protection.
Speech given before the National Association of Conservation Districts, Public Lands, Pasture and Range Forum re: definition of wilderness, management objectives and RARE II. 1 speech, 7 p. (Author: Resler, Rexford A.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
6/290
Wilderness and economics
Memo to all regions re: attached article on wilderness and economics by Jay M. Hughes re: tangible and intangible values in multiple-use decisions re: wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached article, 3 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
6/291
Legislated wilderness: more or less
Speech given at the Eleventh Annual Snowmobile Congress re: the role of Congress in wilderness legislation. 1 speech, 4 p. (Author: Feuchter, Roy)
USFS. Joy.
1979
6/292
Oversight hearing on national forest wilderness management
Memo to wilderness specialists re: attached list of witnesses and copies of testimony from George Leonard, Associate Chief of the FS, Robert C. Lucas, wilderness researcher, Greg Hansen of the Tonto Nat'l Forest, William A. Worf, retiree of the FS, Daniel Ritter of the Shoshone Forest, Richard P LaBorde of the Ansel Adams and Hoover wildernesses, Linda Merigliano of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness, Lee Kirsch of the Holy Cross, Mt. Massive and Collegiate Peaks Wildernesses, Bob Oset of the Backcountry Workers' Association, and Arnold W. Bolle of the Wilderness Society. This is all re: the oversight hearing by Congress to determine the strengths and weakness of the wilderness program in the Forest Service. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. addressing the same attachments following, 1 attached list, 1 p., 11 attached testimonies, 76 p. (Author: Fege, Anne S.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
6/293
The following is a list of Federal legislation.
List re: Federal legislation that is not wilderness-specific but does impact wilderness management activities. 1 list, 1 p., 2 copies are attached. (Author: Joy, C. R.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
6/294
Weather modification over wilderness areas.
Memo to John R. McGuire in response to a memo requesting an opinion regarding the legality of cloud seeding activities over wilderness areas. Knebel concludes a determination must be made as to the effects of weather modification being permanent or temporary before a final legal opinion can be made as to whether the wilderness environment is being adversely affected. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Knebel, John A.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
6/295
Wilderness and primitive areas
Memo to Orville L. Freeman re: the position that all recommendations for additions to national forest wilderness should be on the basis that the new areas should be managed under the terms already established by the Wilderness Act for existing wilderness. Cliff focuses on mining issues in this context. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Cliff, Edward P.)
USFS. Joy.
1967
6/296
Letter to F. Dale Robertson
Letter re: concerns on how wilderness areas are managed in light of Robertson's comments re: wilderness not needing increased funding. Attached is a report on the oversight hearings, an appropriation hearing strategy, a prep sheet for bullet statements, and briefing papers from Senator Johnston of Louisiana, Senator McClure of Idaho, Senator Deconcini of Arizona, Senator Leahy of Vermont, Senator Yates of Illinois, and Congressman Regular of Ohio. 1 letter, 3 p., 1 attached report, 16 p., 6 attached briefs, 8 p., 1 attached appropriation hearing strategy, 1 p., 1 attached prep sheet, 1 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce F.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
6/297
Near-natural areas
Memo to The Record re: Primitive Area Study and funds for mineral examination in light of the Wilderness Act's stop-order on extra funds. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
6/298
Comments of the Division of Range Management in regard to the proposed FSM directives concerning range management in wilderness areas
This is a draft of proposed sections of the 2360 wilderness management chapter covering Watershed, Fire and Insect and Disease Control. The authors may be Leon Thomas and Bill Lucas. 1 proposal, 3 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1964
6/299
Near-natural areas
Memo to Richard J. Costley re: discussion draft of Managing national forest wilderness. O'Neal suggests that Information and Education aspects should be among the Divisions that review proposed wilderness actions. This is the original. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: O'Neal, Nolan)
USFS. Joy.
1965
6/300
For the record
Paper documenting phone call with K. S. Landstrom of the Department of the Interior re: mining claims in national forest wilderness re: who has authority to issue permits and the annual reports to Congress. 1 paper, 2 p. (Author: Hammon, G. A.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
6/301
Near-natural areas
Memo to Regional Foresters, Directors, and W. O. Division Directors re: the copy of Managing national forest wilderness which is not enclosed with this memo. Memo gives guidance in reading the discussion draft and providing suggestions. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Greeley, Arthur W.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
6/302
Wilderness management in the 1990s: challenges for the Forest Service and the public
Report of the National Activity Review of wilderness management. 1 report, 12 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Corrigall.
1990
6/303
Wilderness management policy comparison: Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service
This chart compares the present wilderness management policy in general application by each of the Federal land management agencies. 1 chart, 10 p. (Author: Porter,)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Corrigall.
1981
6/304
Letter to Keith Corrigall
Letter re: the required assessment by the Forest Service to determine if there are any adverse impacts to wilderness resources associated with aircraft flights over national forestwilderness areas. The attached briefing paper explains the project in more detail. 1 letter, 1 p., 1 attached paper, 4 p., 1 attached form, 1 p. (Author: Makel, William J.)
USFS. Corrigall.
1989
6/305
Briefing summary: airspace management
Summary on actions taken by the Air Force re: effects on land, air, waters or creatures. Attached is an interagency agreement between the office of aircraft services, FWS, BLM, USFS, BIA, and the NPS. 1 paper, 2 p. 1 attached draft, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall.
undated
6/306
Letter to the Honorable Malcolm Wallop
Letter re: access to mining claims after January 1, 1984, policy after this date, and the number of mining claims currently in wilderness. Attached is a letter from Glenn Magill to Ray Brady re: an existing mining claim that Magill argues should not be terminated with January 1 deadline. Attached is a letter to Magill from Donald A. Van Driel re: the notice of the termination of the mining claim. Attached is a memo to regional foresters from J. B. Hilmon re: Forest Service policy after 1983 re: wilderness mining claims. 1 letter, 2 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
BLM. USFS. Corrigall.
1982
6/307
Interim directive No. 14
Directive re: Chapter 2810, mining claims. It establishes policy and direction pursuant to the Wilderness Act, for carrying out Forest Service responsibilities re: mining and mining related activities on unpatented mining claims in congressionally designated wilderness. 1 directive, 2 p. 1 copy is attached. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Corrigall.
1983
6/308
GAO final report: Problems related to restricting the use of motorized equipment in wilderness and similar areas
Memo to the Director, Survey and Review re: comments on the GAO report. Attached is a memo from the Director, Surve and Review requesting the comments. Attached is the GAO report. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 51 p. (Author: Tunison, A. V.)
FWS. USFS. NPS. USDI.
1970
6/309
Proposed regulations: land uses; wilderness (36 CFR parts 251 and 293)
Memo to the Chief re: comments on proposed changes governing access for landowners within the NFS. The primary issue is with the proposed wording traditional access to State and private lands within designated wildernesses and its adequacy for continuation. The attachments are all in regards to this issue. 1 memo, 3 p., 3 attached emails, 3 p., 1 attached federal register, 3 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached federal register, 4 p., 1 attached memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
6/310
Letter to Charles Joy
Letter to Joy re: attached interim direction for settlement on the operating practices for outfitters and guides in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness. Also attached is the Task Force Report on the FC-RONR Wilderness Caches. 1 letter, 1 p., 1 attached settlement agreement, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 10 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale)
USFS. Joy.
1989
6/311
Title 2300 - recreation, wilderness, and related resource management
Excerpt of FSM with parts highlighted on survival exercises (including military) in wilderness. Attached is: Summary of situation regarding military operations in the Otter Creek Wilderness Area and recommended future action. Attached is the minutes from a FS meeting on the Otter Creek Wilderness for Army training in land navigation. 1 manual excerpt, 1 p., 1 attached email, 1 p., 1 attached report, 2 p., 1 attached email, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 4 p. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1986
6/312
New wilderness fire policy
Memo to regional forester, R-4 re: the policy implementation package for the new wilderness fire management policy. There are two criticisms of the interpretation of the policy re: the application of management ignited prescribed fire. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached duplicate in transparency form. (Author: Hafterson, John A.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
6/313
New wilderness fire policy in relation to the wilderness fire management planning guide
Memo to regional foresters cautioning wilderness and fire management personnel that General Technical Report INT-171, Wilderness Fire Management Planning Guide by William C. Fischer, should be used as a guide only and not taken as Forest Service wilderness fire management policy. 1 memo, 2 p. There is one attached copy. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
6/314
New wilderness fire policy
Memo to regional forests except R-4 re: enclosed copy of Region 4's wilderness fire policy implementation package along with comments re: the policy. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached policy, 1 p., 1 attached federal register, 2 p., 1 attached Q and A, 4 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached policy, 3 p., 1 attached public info plan, 2 p., 1 attached article, 2 p., 1 attached fact sheet, 2 p. (Author: Hafterson, John A.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
6/315
Planned ignitions in wilderness management.
Memo to forest supervisors re: the enclosed set of releases re: the proposed policy for ignitions in wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached paper, 8 p., 1 attached fact sheet, 1 p., 1 attached article, 1 p., 1 attached excerpt from the federal register, 1 p. (Author: Newlon, Charles J.)
USFS. Joy.
1984
6/316
Summer RFandD meeting
Memo to the Director, AM, through the Deputy Chief of the NFS re: the enclosed copy of the briefing paper, Use of Planned Ignitions in Wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached paper, 10 p. (Author: Chambers, John W.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
6/317
Letter to Mr. John Preston
Letter re: Preston's inquiry re: Forest Service management of wilderness. Attached is an article, The Forest Service versus the Wilderness Act by Ted Trueblood. 1 letter, 3 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached article, 3 p. (Author: McGuire, John R.)
USFS. Joy.
1976
6/318
Request for exception to the wilderness fire management policy for the Hercules Glades Wilderness
Memo to regional forester, R-9, advising that it is not necessary to grant an exception or change wilderness fire management policy to correct the effects of human-caused changes in the Hercules Glades Wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1986
6/319
Fire management policy and programs for national forest wilderness
Paper presented at the Symposium on Wilderness Fire, Missoula, Montana re: how wilderness constraints modify suppression techniques. 1 paper, 7 p. (Author: Towle, Everett L.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
6/320
Managing wilderness today for the future.
Speech given at the Wilderness Fire Symposium in Missoula, Montana, re: the wilderness management philosophy of the Forest Service and fire management in wilderness. 1 speech, 25 p. (Author: Housley, R. M.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
6/321
Scientific thought and land management planning: a formula for progress
Speech given at the National Fire Effects Workshop in Denver, Colorado, re: the achievements, challenges, and future in land management planning. 1 speech, 5 p. (Author: Resler, Rexford A.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
6/322
Title 2300 - recreation, wilderness, and related resource management
Excerpt from the Forest Service Manual re: prescribed fire and management of fire. 1 manual, 6 p. Copy attached. (Author: USFS)
USFS. Joy.
1986
6/323
Fire management direction for Bradwell Bay Wilderness
Manual for Region 8, National Forests in Florida, Wakulla Ranger District re: their fire management objective, descriptions of the wilderness areas, fire history, fire/vegetation relationships, current situations, and fire management operations plan. 1 manual, 69 p. (Author: Ford, Larry P.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
6/324
Possible management alternatives: Mission Mountains Primitive Area
Manual designed to offer 5 alternative land management plans in the Mission Mountains Primitive Area. 1 manual, 40 p. (Author: Pomajevich, Joseph M.)
USFS. Joy.
1969
6/325
Wilderness management improvement program: 5 year action program
Manual re: the Region 8 wilderness management improvement program re: goals, objectives, present situation, wilderness management issues, and decisions. 1 manual, 21 p. (Author: Phillips, Larry N.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
7/326
Management directions: wilderness and primary recreation zones
Manual for the National Forests in the Oregon Cascades re: management direction and coordination policy for wilderness and primary recreation zones and multiple use objectives and policies. 1 manual, 42 p. (Author: Cannaughton, Chas. A.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
7/327
Letter to Dr. Hugh M. Stirts
Letter to Stirts from Milner, Chairman of the Montana Wilderness Association re: concerns re: low-flying fixed-wing aircraft in wilderness. The attached letter is to F. Dale Robertson from Elaine Snyder, president of the Montana Wilderness Association re: the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association suit in Federal Court seeking to overturn the no-cache provision of the management plan of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness and all other provisions that could require changes in outfitter operations. 1 letter, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p., 1 attached notes, 1 p. (Author: Milner, Doris)
USFS. Joy.
1987
7/328
Outfitter cache policy
Memo to the Chief in response to the Federal Register Notice inviting comment on the wilderness cache policy as it pertains to outfitters and guides in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached excerpt from the federal register, 1 p. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
7/329
Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area
Memo to Forest Supervisor, Bitterroot NF re: interpretation of the Wilderness Act language to determine management using wilderness quality as a criteria for the Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Slusher, Edward C.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
7/330
Wilderness: how to manage, not to manage.
Speech given at the Rocky Mountain-High Plains Park and Recreation Conference re: the question of how one manages an unmanaged area in order to manage it. 1 speech, 21 p. (Author: Lucas, W. J.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
7/331
GII: intermountain and northern region
Memo to the Chief re: Forest Service posture on wilderness and the needs of the public. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
7/332
Wilderness and primitive area
Memo to the Region 5 forester in response to the attached memo re: the definition of the wilderness resource, how it is similar and how it differs from the other five national forest resources, the management objectives for the wilderness resource, whether or not wilderness is a recreation area by definition, whether or not the wilderness resource replaces the recreation resource within areas largely classified as wilderness, multiple use plans, and the management direction for the recreation resource in the absence of a functional recreational management plan. 1 memo, 5 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Nelson, M. M.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
7/333
R-2, east meadow creek timber sale: Robert W. Parker, et. Al., versus United States, et. al
Memo to regional foresters re: the effect of the decision on the East Meadow Creek timber sale and how this affects management activities. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: McRorey, Russell P.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
7/334
Wilderness act
Memo to regional foresters re: the attached letter to Congressman John S. Wold of Wyoming which explains the relationship of the Wilderness Act to the Multiple Use - Sustained Yield Act. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. Joy.
1970
7/335
A guide to the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex.
Manual for the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project re: the definition of wilderness, history of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex (BMWC), natural history of the BMWC, wilderness management, minimum impact techniques, wilderness safety, and general information. 1 manual, 32 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/336
National wilderness workshop: taking care of what we've got
Article from American Forests re: a summary of topics of discussion at the National Wilderness Management Workshop at the University of Idaho. 1 article, 5 p. (Author: Hofferber, Michael)
USFS. Joy.
1984
7/337
Why manage wilderness?: fact sheet number 1.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: reasons why wilderness should be managed. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/338
Wildfire in wilderness: fact sheet number 2.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: the need for careful fire management planning in wilderness. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/339
Wilderness management personalities and pioneers Robert Marshall: fact sheet number 3
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief bio on Bob Marshall. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/340
Wilderness management personalities and pioneers Aldo Leopold: fact sheet number 4
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief bio of Aldo Leopold with an excerpt from A Sand County Almanac. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/341
Federal laws affecting wilderness management: fact sheet number 5
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a list and description of laws affecting wilderness management. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/342
Wild and scenic rivers: fact sheet number 6.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief history and description of the national wild and scenic river system. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/343
Status of the National Wilderness Preservation System: fact sheet number 7
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief description of the status of the NWPS. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/344
Wilderness ecosystems: fact sheet number 8.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief article on managing wilderness ecosystems. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/345
Wildlife in wilderness: fact sheet number 9.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief description of wildlife management in wilderness. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/346
Wilderness skills: fact sheet number 10
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief overview on No Trace techniques for on the trail and at camp. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/347
Safety in the use of wilderness: fact sheet number 11
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: brief description of tips for wilderness safety. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/348
Wilderness career opportunities: fact sheet number 12
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief description of wilderness career opportunities. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/349
A day in the life of a wilderness ranger: fact sheet number 13
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a fictional account of a wilderness ranger's day of work for educational purposes. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/350
Visitor use and management in wilderness: fact sheet number 14
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: brief description of visitor use and management in wilderness. 1 pamphlet, 5 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/351
Land classifications related to wilderness: fact sheet number 15
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief list and description of land classifications related to wilderness. 1 pamphlet, 2 p, (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/352
Psychological aspects of wilderness: fact sheet number 16
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: brief description of psychological values of wilderness. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/353
Evolution of the wilderness system since passage of the Wilderness Act of 1964: fact sheet number 17
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: brief description of the evolution of wilderness legislation since the Wilderness Act in the Forest Service, the National Park Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/354
Mining and wilderness: fact sheet number 18.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief description of mining in national forest wilderness areas. 1 pamphlet, 3 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/355
Grazing and wilderness: fact sheet number 19.
This is part of the Natural Resource and Environmental Education Demonstration Project. It is re: a brief description of grazing in wilderness and how it relates to the Wilderness Act. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Wilderness Institute.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/356
Article on Gila Wilderness/Student Conservation Association wilderness volunteer partnership program
Memo to the Chief re: the enclosed article re: the 1986 Regional Wilderness Management School at the Gila Wilderness, wilderness ranger district which will focus on the expansion of the Student Conservation Association partnership model. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached article, 2 p. (Author: Weingart, Paul D.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
7/357
Letter to Ray
Letter re: a policy of planned ignition prescribed fire in national forest wildernesses based on the Region 4/Intermountain paper. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
7/358
Wilderness on the national forests in California.
Government newsletter for the public re: trip planning tips, no-trace camping techniques, wilderness in central California, wilderness travel safety, campfire safety, bear facts, wilderness permits, wilderness in northern California, and wilderness in southern California. 1 government newsletter, 6 p. (Author: Bowen, Chris)
USFS. Joy.
1979
7/359
Oil and gas exploration in wilderness
Memo to the region 1 forester re: the current Environmental Analysis preparatory to reaching a decision on an application from Consolidated Georex Geophysics to conduct helicopter portable, surface-charge seismic investigations for oil and gas within the Bob Marshall, Great Bear and Scapegoat Wildernesses. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
7/360
Measuring and managing snow in national forest wilderness
Paper re: a brief history of snow measurement in the Forest Service and how it is presently done since the passage of the Wilderness Act. 1 paper, 6 p. (Author: Forest Service)
USFS. Joy.
1967
7/361
Oil and gas leasing: New Mexico Wilderness Act (Guadalupe Escarpment Study Area)
Memo to Howard E. Banta re: a reiteration of the General Counsel's opinion in the Natural Resources Division which states that the language of section 103 of the Wilderness Act does not implicitly prohibit mineral leasing per se, but it is proper for the Forest Service to recommend against mineral leasing in a particular wilderness study area. 1 memo, 7 p. (Author: Cummings, Joseph D.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
7/362
Letter to Dick Joy
Letter re: the attached memo and talk that went to the executive and field staff of The Wilderness Society (TWS) which reflects TWS wilderness management policies. 1 letter, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 2 p., 1 attached speech, 9 p. (Author: Sample, Alaric V. Jr.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
7/363
Wilderness and mining: a paradox
Paper for Wildlands Recreation Policy at Utah State University which discusses the paradox between wilderness and mining with a brief history of mining to explain why it was continued after the Wilderness Act passed. 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Shilling, John)
USFS. Joy.
1979
7/364
Letter to Craig W. Rupp, Regional Forester.
This is a letter in response to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement re: proposed oil and gas exploration and leasing within the Washakie Wilderness in Wyoming. 1 letter, 7 p., 1 copy is attached. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
7/365
Letter to Roy W. Feuchter, Assistant Director of Recreation
This is a series of correspondence between Dick Joy and Roy Feuchter re: wilderness purity. 1 letter, 3 p., 1 attached letter, 3 p., 1 attached letter, 3 p. (Author: Joy, Dick)
USFS. Joy.
1974
7/366
Wilderness: a management framework
This articles addresses the need to manage wilderness. Wilderness management has two major aspects: ecological and social. 1 article, 5 p. (Author: Lucas, Robert C.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
7/367
Region 5 wilderness management workshop
This memo is an invitation to initiate discussion about the nondegradation principle in the context of the relationship between impact and use. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Cole, David N.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
7/368
Implications of the nondegradation principle and the use-impact relationship to wilderness management
This paper explains the nondegradation principle in the context of wilderness management. This paper also addresses the relationship between use and impact. 1 paper, 4 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
7/369
National wilderness workshop
This statement is the Region 1 position statement on philosophy, management plans, and the national forest wilderness policy review. 1 statement, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1973
7/370
Summary of file material, San Gorgonio Wilderness- ski area situation
This summary is a list of all of the events, documents, and studies that were compiled between December, 1946 and September, 1971 regarding a proposed ski area in the Gorgonio Wilderness in Southern California. 1 summary, 3 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
7/371
Forestry wilderness: a position of the Society of American Foresters
This statement outlines the Society of American Foresters definition of wilderness and its general approach to wilderness management. 1 statement, 3 p. (Author: Society of American Foresters.)
USFS. Joy.
1975
7/372
Wilderness management philosophy
This memo is a detailed explanation of the Forest Service's pure philosophy. 1 memo, 9 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
7/373
Letter to Mr. Costley
This letter addresses concerns about the economic viability of wilderness areas. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Worf, Bill)
USFS. Joy.
1966
7/374
Forest Service administrative appeals
This memo reviews the Wilderness Act in order to decide whether or not seaplane landings in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness in Washington is appropriate. 1 memo, 9 p. (Author: Crowell, John B.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
7/375
Forest Service manual national direction.
This manual is a summary of the FS management goals in wilderness. It specifies the management objectives for a broad array of circumstances, for example, pesticide use to Atlantic salmon restoration. 1 manual, 12 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
8/376
Mules, Men, and Sand
This pamphlet pertains to Mule Days in Bishop, California in 1978. The pamphlet includes the Forest Service's explanation of why they required primitive delivery of 500 tons of sand and cement needed for repairs at the Waugh Lake Dam. 1 newsletter, 10 p. 2 memos attached. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1978
8/377
Letter to Jim Bradley, wilderness management specialist
Outline of a business trip to the southeast. The focus of the programming is the human approach to wilderness management. 2 letters, 4 p. each. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
8/378
Letter to Senator Frank Church, United States Senate.
Following a lecture presented by Church in Moscow, Idaho, Pope sent this letter to the senator in order to suggest he reassess his position on wilderness management. Pope suggested the pure approach as an alternative. 1 letter, 5 p. (Author: Pope, Clem L.)
USFS. Joy.
1977
8/379
Wilderness travel simulation model workshop.
This packet is a compilation of documents pertaining to a wilderness travel simulation model. The tables provide use data and the outline provide guidance for implementing such a model in a typical wilderness. 33 pages include tables, notes, attendance lists, and outline of wilderness travel simulator. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1975
8/380
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Minnesota: changes (1966-1986) Has the wilderness changed?
This paper concerns the wilderness designation of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, its history and future implications for use. 1 p. note, 24 p. paper. (Author: Merriam, Lawrence C.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/381
Notes on Forest Service search and rescue operations.
This compilation of correspondence and information details the Forest Service's policy and involvement in search and rescue operations. 1 p. brief, 4 letters, 1 p. each, I search and rescue report form 1 p. (Author: Anderson, Ernie)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/382
Wilderness Management Philosophy
This report outlines the general objectives wilderness managers should consider in order for the Forest Service to embody a unified wilderness management philosophy. 2 letters, 1 p. each, 17 p. report. (Author: Wingle, H. Peter)
USFS. Joy.
1985
8/383
Women in wilderness management
This speech explores the psychological differences between women and men and then applies these generalizations to wilderness management. Her goal is to explain why, if at all, women manage wilderness differently than men. The memo prepared by Dick Joy is a response to the lecture. 1 speech, 25 p.; 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Kelly, Joyce)
USFS. Joy.
1984
8/384
Wilderness management research
The first report explores alternative research opportunities for the Intermountain Research Station. The second report outlines the wilderness research results from studies done between 1967 and 1989. 2 reports, 7 p. each. (Author: Intermountain Research Station)
USFS. Joy.
1989
8/385
Protection of wilderness water resources.
This is a brief of the legalities concerning the protection of wilderness water resources. 1 brief, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1988
8/386
Vermont Wilderness Act of 1984
This is brief of the several factors involved in an incident within the Green Mountain and Fingerlakes National Forests in 1987. A cabin was removed from the Breadloaf wilderness and a new one was flown into the area. 1 brief, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
8/387
Letter to Edwin Coate, deputy regional administrator, EPA- region 10
This correspondence is in regards to the preliminary draft environmental assessment for the proposed sampling of Western Wilderness Lakes. The notes are corrections to the draft EA made by Robert H. Tracy, the director of watershed and air management. 2 letters, 2 p. each, 1 letter 3 p., 6 p. notes. (Author: Tracy, Robert H.)
USFS. Joy.
1985
8/388
Letter to forest supervisors entitled Chief's letter for wilderness management
This correspondence is about the several wilderness management issues raised at the July 26 oversight hearing on national forest wilderness management, held by the House Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands. 1 letter, 1 p. and 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Marita, Floyd J.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
8/389
Portages to remain open in boundary waters.
The packet of documents traces the decision to allow motorized portages between certain lakes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on the basis of feasibility. Some interpreted feasibility as possible. Others interpreted it as reasonable. 2 articles, 2 p. each, 2 letters, 1 p. each, 1 report 5 p. (Author: Lindeborg, Richard and Whitmore, Arthur)
USFS. Joy.
1989
8/390
Management of outfitters and guides in wilderness areas
These letters review decisions regarding management of outfitters and guides in wilderness areas. The first example addresses competitive events in Granite Chief Wilderness in CA. The second example addresses permissions associated with outfitter camps in Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in ID. 1 p. letter, 3 p. letter, 7 p. letter. (Author: Feuchter, Roy F.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/391
National wilderness management workshop
This paper summarizes the events and discussion at a workshop in Portal, Arizona. The focus of the workshop was managing the wilderness program. 1 p. memo, 7 p. paper. (Author: Joy, Charles R.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/392
National wilderness management workshop report.
This packet includes the following: a summary of the national wilderness management workshop in Portal, Arizona, an appendix of all the issues papers presented at the workshop, various letters reflecting on the workshop. 2 p. letter, 4 p. summary, 29 p. appendix, 4 letters, 1 p. each, 3 letters 2 p. each. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1987
8/393
Aircraft management over designated wildernesses.
This article addresses the issue of low flying aircraft in protected and noise-sensitive areas. Published in the FAA General Aviation News, this article informs pilots of the damages created by their aircraft and the regulations that may forbid them from flying low or hovering in these areas. 1 p. letter, 4 p. letter and 1 p. comic strip. (Author: Hronek, Bruce)
USFS. Joy.
1985
8/394
Bureau of Land Management wilderness management workshop
This summary outlines the remarks of Ed Bloedel at the first BLM wilderness management workshop held at St. George, UT. 1 p. memo, 1 p. list and 5 p. summary. (Author: Feuchter, Roy W.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/395
Wilderness management
This letter clarifies the policy behind certain management practices that appear to cause the most controversy between FS managers. 4 p. letter (2 identical copies). (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Joy.
1977
8/396
Letter to Dick Joy
This correspondence is about the travois-like cargo carriers depicted in the photos. Spray believes that this device is not mechanical and therefore does not violate the Wilderness Act. Spray compares this device to fabric, food and stove technologies. Joy disagrees saying, We have to administer the law. 2 letters on one p., 3 photographs. (Author: Spray, Richard)
USFS. Joy.
1978
8/397
Wilderness management
This is a good summary of the status of wilderness management service-wide. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Hronek, Bruce)
USFS. Joy.
1988
8/398
Wilderness- its place in land use planning.
These are remarks from the annual meeting of the Soil Conservation Society of America. This topic of the paper is the case history of land use by regulation (a opposed to persuasion). 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Nelson, Thomas)
USFS. Joy.
1974
8/399
Wilderness interview project
This paper summarizes the findings of an interview project. The main objective of the project was to find out what, if any, changes are needed in the management of current wilderness policy on national forests. 1 paper, 40 p. (Author: Treacy, Micheal)
USFS. Joy.
1981
8/400
Letter to Dr. Frederic D. Johnson, chairman of the Idaho Natural Areas Coordinating Committee
The topic of this correspondence is Research Natural Areas in wilderness areas. The question at hand is whether or not RNAs are compatible with the policy directives of Wilderness Act. 2 letters, 3 p. each and 1 article, 1 p. (Author: McGuire, John)
USFS. Joy.
1975
8/401
Forest insect and disease control policy in wilderness areas
This correspondence addresses the application of NEPA to improve forest insect and disease control policy in wilderness areas. 2 letters, 2 p. each. (Author: Stewart, James L.)
USFS. Joy.
1983.
8/402
Letter to Max Peterson, chief of the Forest Service.
Madej is the president of the Montana Wilderness Association and in his letter he wishes to express the association's concern with a proposal to revise current wilderness policy regarding planned prescribed fire in wilderness areas. 1 letter, 2 p. and 1 statement, 2 p. (Author: Madej, Ed)
USFS. Joy.
1984
8/403
Letter to regional foresters
This correspondence concerns the wilderness designation of portions of the Mt. Jefferson Primitive Area. Cliff is concerned that Marion Lake, which was included in the legislation does not conform to the policy initiatives of the Wilderness Act. 1 letters, 2 p.(2 copies). (Author: Cliff, Edward P.)
USFS. Joy..
1968
8/404
Letter to John Butreille, director of recreation management, USFS; Keith Corrigal, chief of branch of wilderness resources, BLM; and Marvin Plenert, assistant director of refuges and wildlife, FWS.
Hendee identifies a need for wilderness management training and proposes a National Wilderness Management School to be organized by the University of Idaho College of Forestry, wildlife and range sciences. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
8/405
Letter to regional foresters: livestock grazing in wilderness
This memorandum addresses livestock grazing in wilderness areas. The goal of the plan is to to gain public and in-service awareness and understanding of regional policy concerning livestock grazing and range improvements in wilderness and potential wilderness. 2 letters, 1 p. each and 11 p. memorandum. (Author: Nelson, Thomas)
USFS. Joy.
1978
8/406
Grazing in wilderness
This compilation of documents discusses livestock grazing in wilderness areas. Included are two alternatives and a paper summarizing the legislative background of the issue. 1 memo, 2 p., list, 2 p. and 7 p. paper. (Author: Housley, R.M.)
USFS. Joy..
1982
8/407
Alternatives concerning grazing permits
The chief inquired: What is the affect on existing permittees by alternative? The explanations are contained herein. question and answer, 3 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1982
8/408
Proposed policy for determining the propriety of permitting grazing in NFS wilderness areas
What fulfills the proviso 'Grazing where established' from Sec. 4(D) 4(2) of the 1964 Wilderness Act? This proposal seeks to clarify this proviso in all of the applicable instances. 1 proposal, 7 p. (Author: Gallaher, W.B.)
USFS. Joy.
1981
8/409
List of alternatives for grazing policy
This is an explanation of the 3 alternatives proposed to handle the activity of grazing livestock in wilderness areas. List of alternatives, 7 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1982
8/410
Chapter 2680- Habitat management in classified areas.
This document lists guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness areas. Policy brief, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
undated
8/411
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas- FS, BLM, IAFWA
This prepared document outlines the policies and guidelines associated with fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas. 1 paper, 14 p., and 1 p. cover letter. (Author: Bond, F. Leroy)
USFS. Joy.
1976
8/412
A Wilderness- Forever Future: A Short History of the National Wilderness Preservation System
This is a book prepared by the Pew Wilderness Center that outlines the history of the Wilderness movement in America. 1book, 39 p. (Author: Scott, Douglas, W.)
USFS.
2001
15/413
Wilderness Management
This book, published by the Forest Service, covers six major topics related to wilderness preservation: the setting, the legal basis for wilderness, management concepts and direction, important elements for management, wilderness use and its management, and problems and opportunities. 1 book, 380 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1978
8/414
Managing Wilderness as a Resource: Basic Principles.
This paper describes the wilderness resource, presents a model for managing wilderness as a resource and provides 16 basic management principles, all of which are derived from the American Wilderness Act. 1 paper, 15 pages. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Joy.
1987
8/415
Letter to Craig W. Rupp
This letter from Clusen, director of the Conservation Department at The Wilderness Society, regards the draft Roosevelt-Arapaho National Forests Land and Resource Management Plan. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Clusen, Charles M.)
USFS. Joy.
1982
8/416
National Wilderness Preservation System Map.
This map records the current wilderness areas by acreage, location and name. 1 map. (Author: Freeman, William)
USFS. Joy.
1985
8/417
1872 Act- Use Regulations: RO Training Session.
This compilation of information served as the material for a training session regarding mining regulations on national forests. 2 memos, 1 p. each; 1 agenda, 1 p.; 1 information packet, 72 p.; 1 pamphlet, 20 p. (Author: Gould, Gerald E.)
USFS. Joy.
1975
8/418
Wilderness environmental education
The first manual entitled Keeping the Wilderness Wild offers a brief overview of wilderness and its uses; this manual was created for an audience of wilderness users. The second manual entitled Wilderness Management Exercises and Activities for Fifth Grade Students provides an educator with various tools to help educate young students about wilderness. There is a slide tape mentioned in the materials that is not located here. 1 memo, 1 p.; 1 manual, 8 p.; 1 manual, 47 p. (Author: Stout, Brian E.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
8/419
Letter to Richard Sill
This resignation letter from the Director of the Board of the Sierra Club outlines his discontent with the current management trends within the agency. Although this document is not directly associated with federal wilderness policy, Sill makes some comparisons between the Sierra Club and the federal agencies that are of interest. 1 letter, 1 p; 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Craig, George A.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
8/420
Our National Forests: Lands of Many Uses.
This American Forests magazine contains an article addressing the increase in visitors to our national forests. It explains the balance of uses and resource protection that the Forest Service faces. 1 magazine, 6 p. (Author: Craig, James B.)
USFS. Joy.
1961
8/421
What price resource security?
The first editorial discusses the importance of resource planning. The second article reports on the progress of the Forest Service since its inception, referring to the national public as the shareholders. The third article discusses the visitor use of the national forests and the pending question of how much wilderness the national forests should have to achieve an optimal balance of multiple uses. The fourth article discusses endangered species and their importance to our biological sustainability. The fifth article discusses planning measures slated for national rangelands. The sixth article addresses timber management. The seventh article discusses water resources and the final article discusses people, the most precious resource, and how visitation to national forests in rural areas impacts community development. article series, 18 p. (Author: Cleeper, Henry)
USFS. Joy.
1975
8/422
Multiple use of forest land
This pamphlet defines multiple use and outlines the various activities included in this management directive. 1 pamphlet, 11 p. (Author: Connaughton, Chas A.)
USFS. Joy.
1959
8/423
Multiple use of our forests
This pamphlet defines the concept of multiple use. 1 pamphlet, 2 p. (Author: Mason, Elizabeth)
USFS. Joy.
1960
8/424
Speech introducing John F. Kennedy at the dedication of Pinchot Institute for Conservation Studies
This speech emphasizes Gifford Pinchot's desires to see our national forests put to good use, which introduced the concept of multiple use. 1 speech, 4 p. (Author: Freeman, Orville L.)
USFS. Joy.
1963
8/425
Highlights in the history of forest conservation.
This book outlines the history of logging in the United States. 1 book, 56 p. (Author: USDA. Forest Service.)
USFS. Joy.
1976
9/426
SAF wilderness management working group
This report summarizes the 1988 Society of American Foresters Convention. I report, 2 p. (Author: Blackwell, Jack)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/427
Letter to Tom Coston
In this letter, Olsen deplores Coston to look very closely at the projections of possible oil and gas reserves located in the Overbelt Thrust advertised by the American Gas Association. He clearly suggests that oil and gas development in Montana's Rocky Mountains would be an unwise management decision. 1 letter, 8 p.; 1 article, 4 p. (Author: Olsen, Lance A.)
USFS. Joy.
1980
15/428
Rough draft of the first wilderness management policy
Rough draft of the first wilderness management policy. 1 binder. (Author: unknown)
USFS.
1964
9/429
Feedback from managers in response to discussion draft Managing national forest wilderness
These memos are responses from Forest Service managers in regards to Richard Costley's discussion draft entitled, Managing national forest wilderness. Draft can be found as file #85 USFS. numerous memos, 69 p. total. (Author: Pechanec, Joseph F.)
USFS. Joy.
1964
9/430
Let's open up our wilderness areas
This is a condensed version of a statement made before the subcommittee on parks and recreation of the Senate Committee on interior and insular affairs. The main point of the article addresses what the author has termed, the purist-conservationist. article, 3 p. (Author: Jalber, Eric)
USFS. Joy.
1972
9/431
Wilderness users… what do they think?
This is a report published by the magazine American Forests. The report outlines the results of questionnaire given to visitors to Glacier Peak, Eagles Cap, and Three Sisters Wilderness. 1 report, 6 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
9/432
Wilderness fires allowed to burn more naturally.
This article discusses a fire study taking place in Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness in Montana. I article, 3 p. (Author: Aldrich, David F.)
USFS. Joy.
1972
9/433
Memo about wilderness study areas in the East.
This addresses the topic of whether or not motor vehicles and roads under Forest Service jurisdiction be allowed within the wilderness study areas. I memo, 2 p. and 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: McGuire, John R.)
USFS. Joy.
1976
9/434
103 Wilderness laws: milestones and management direction in wilderness legislation 1964-1987
This monograph reviews and analyzes 103 wilderness laws to identify milestones and trends, to describe how Congress has supplemented wilderness management direction during the past 23 years in wilderness classification laws and certain Congressional committee reports; and to predict what resource managers might expect in future legislation allocating wilderness and addressing its management. 1 report, 16 p. (Author: Browning, James A.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/435
The wilderness reality
This is a critique of Daniel L. Dustin's book, Wilderness in America: Personal Perspectives. 1 review, 3 p. (Author: Martin, Steven R.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/436
Viewpoint: needed research on domestic and recreational livestock in wilderness
This article touches upon the various conflicting uses of wilderness, and how they relate to the objectives of the Wilderness Act. 1 article, 2 p. (Author: Cole, David N.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
9/437
Human experience in wildlands: a review of needs and policy
In this article the author identifies six themes that emerge in literature as the key to understanding the meaning of wildland experiences. 1 article, 7 p. (Author: Knopf, Richard C.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/438
Letter regarding wilderness management
This correspondence discusses wilderness management policy and its appropriate balance with extractive use. 1 memo, 1 p.; I letter, 2 p.; 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Slusher, Edward C.)
USFS. Joy.
1970
9/439
Wilderness management handbook
This handbook addresses management policies regarding Forest Service wilderness. 2 memos, 1 p. each; 1 handbook, 58 p. (Author: Henson, Larry D.)
USFS. Joy.
1987
9/440
Letter to regional forester, R-9
This letter addresses a request for exception to the wilderness fire management policy for the Hercules Glades Wilderness. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Joy.
1986
9/441
Letter to Senator Church
This is reply to your recent referral of a letter from Mr. Ronald L. Horner of Caldwell, Idaho. R. Horner has made a list of ten items which are seen as problems by the Idaho Outfitters and Guide Association. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Rowen.)
USFS. Joy.
1971
9/442
Letter to Senator Jordan
This is a response to concerns about the practice of the Forest Service in destroying existing facilities on lands acquired from private owners within the boundaries of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Nelson, M.M.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
9/443
Letter to Senator Church
This letter is in response to concerns that the Forest Service is not doing any trail maintenance in national forest wilderness, and will not permit visitors to use chainsaws to work on the trails. 1 letter, 3 p.:1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Nelson, M.M.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
9/444
For hiker and horseman: into the wilderness.
This pamphlet outlines the wilderness code for users in the national forests of California. 1 pamphlet, 4 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS. Joy.
1966
9/445
Mandatory wilderness permits: a necessary management tool
Two important and controversial topics in wilderness management concern the need for better control over users and for rationing of use to protect the wilderness environment from excessive impact. 1 article, 5 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1973
9/446
Enchantment wilderness: management to preserve wilderness values
The purpose of this article is to propose and discuss some management recommendations designed to help preserve the Enchantment area [Wenatchee National Forest in WA] as one offering truly multidimensional wilderness experiences. 1 article, 8 p. (Author: Hendee, John C.)
USFS. Joy.
1968
9/447
Wilderness management- a five year action program.
This booklet outlines five areas in which management actions should be taken. The foundation of this booklet grew out of the First National Wilderness Management workshop held in Moscow, Idaho in 1983. 1 booklet, 12 p. (Author: University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center.)
USFS. Joy.
after 1990
9/448
Letter to forest supervisor, Ottawa NF
This compilation of documents addresses fisheries management within designated wilderness on the Ottawa National Forest. 1 letter, 2 p.; 1 memo, 1 p.; 1 summary, 4 p.; 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Edgerton, Paul J.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
9/449
Forest service daily news digest, March 6, 1989.
This news brief provides a statement of the Forest Service's plan to burn 1,000 acres in the Hercules Glades wilderness of the Mark Twain National Forest. 1 news brief, 1 p.; 1 press release, 2p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1989
9/450
Public Law 93-622
This letter is in response to an inquiry: You asked if your interpretation of P.L. 93-622 is correct in that the Secretary can determine compatibility of private land uses with management of such area as wilderness. 1 letter, 1p. (Author: Nelson, Thomas L.)
USFS. Joy.
1976
9/451
Letter to Micheal Koerner
This letter is in response to an inquiry about paragliders within national forest wilderness. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Robertson, F. Dale.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/452
An act to authorize and direct the national forests.
An act to authorize that the national forests be managed under principles of multiple use and to produce a sustained yield of products and services, and for other purposes. 1 act, 1 p. (Author: U.S. Congress.)
USFS. Joy.
1960
9/453
Letter to the board of the Dubois Alliance.
These letters are an exchange between the FS and the Dubois Alliance concerning the Forest Service's policy to prohibit timber extraction from the Teton Wilderness in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. 1 letter, 2 p.; 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Henson, Larry D.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/454
Emergency burn rehabilitation seeding of wilderness areas
This letter and statement address the Forest Service's policy for emergency reseeding in severely burned watersheds in designated wilderness areas. 1 letter, 1 p.; 1 statement, 2 p. (Author: Unger, David G.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
9/455
Forest service Manual, title 2300- recreation, wilderness, and related resource management
This manual reviews all of the Forest Service policies regarding wilderness management. 1 manual, 26 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale F.)
USFS. Joy.
1990
9/456
Delegation of authority for wilderness management.
This letter addresses the delegation of authority for wilderness management. Jordan, the regional forester claims that while consistency is paramount, authority is delegated to the forest supervisors. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Jordan, Jim)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/457
Project spirit proposal- mechanized equipment in wilderness
Project spirit is an initiative to give more control to the field officers. This particular proposal concerns the Mark Twain National Forest. 1 letter, 1 p. (Author: Marita, Floyd, J.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/458
The Slip Law
This is a copy of the act to designate the Absaroka-Beartooth wilderness, Custer and Gallatin National Forests, in the state of Montana. 1 memo, 1 p.; 1 act, 1 p. (Author: Carroll, Emma W.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
9/459
White paper prepared by Worf for Dick Costley concerning the authority of Field officers
In this paper, Worf describes what he perceived as a need to delegate some authority to the field officers. 1 paper, 3 p. (Author: Worf, Bill)
USFS. Joy.
1965
9/460
H.R 4325
H.R. 4325. A bill to improve the wilderness management, wilderness research, and special management area programs of the Forest Service, including better coordination with the wilderness management and research programs of the Department of the Interior; jointly to the committees on agriculture and interior and insular affairs. And bills H.R. 4326, and H.R. 4327. 1 report, 3 p. (Author: US Congress.)
USFS. Close.
1992
9/461
Interagency wilderness strategic plan
To secure the benefits of wilderness as called for in the Wilderness Act, we offer this strategic plan. Management actions are identified and grouped into five broad topics. While some of these actions are more general than others, and they may not be equally important to each of our agencies, our commitment to progress in every one of these areas is unequivocal. 1 manual, 7 p. (Author: Thomas, Jack Ward)
USFS. Close.
1995
9/462
Honoring our heritage- a legacy for the future.
This speech addresses the ideology of the Forest Service and particularly sentiments during Ed Cliff's time as the Chief of the Forest Service. 1 memo, 1 p.; 1 speech, 4 p. (Author: Robertson, Dale)
USFS. Joy.
2000
9/463
Response to policy history mailing
This CD-rom contains responses to the first mailing announcing the wilderness policy history project. 1 CD-rom. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Matthews.
2001
9/464
Letter to Richard Costley
This letter addresses internal and external concerns about whether or not the Forest Service is truly working to get the most return for every dollar. 1 letter, 4 p. (Author: Worf, Bill)
USFS. Joy.
1966
9/465
The national forests and the campaign for wilderness legislation
This paper outlined the history of the wilderness movement, focusing on pre-wilderness act ideology. 1 paper, 33 p. (Author: Roth, Dennis)
USFS. Marsh.
1983
9/466
The Wilderness Act of 1964
This is a copy of the Wilderness Act. 1 act, 5 p. (Author: US Congress)
USFS. Marsh.
1964
9/467
Two faces of wilderness- a time for choice.
This paper expands on the following thesis statement: Before rejecting the 'pure' approach, there needs to be much public discussion because a rejection of such an approach would drastically change our wilderness system as well as disenfranchise those users who want and depend on 'pure' wilderness. 1 paper, 8 p. (Author: Worf, William A.)
USFS. Marsh.
1980
9/468
Wilderness from birth to maturity in the Forest Service
This paper addresses the idea of wilderness as a primitive sanctuary away from the works of human beings. 1 paper, 3 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
USFS. Marsh.
1984
9/469
Wilderness management- a five-year action program.
This report outlines the results of an agency initiative to involve citizens in the process of creating management policies that protect wilderness from overuse. 1 report, 5 p. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Joy.
1985
9/470
Oversight hearing before subcommittee on national parks and public lands of the committee on interior and insular affairs.
This hearing is an investigation on the progress of the wilderness preservation system. It includes statements from wilderness managers, scientists, conservationists and citizens. 1 hearing, 300 p. (Author: US Congress.)
USFS. Joy.
1988
9/471
Vento wilderness management bill
To improve the wilderness management, wilderness research, and special management area programs of the Forest Service, including better coordination with the wilderness management and research programs of the Department of the Interior. Encourages interagency efforts. 3 memos, 1 p. each; 1 statement, 2 p.: 1 bill, 24 p.; 1 article, 1 p. (Author: US Congress.)
USFS. Joy.
1992
9/472
Interview with Bill Worf
In this interview, Worf recalls the ideology of his involvement in the wilderness movement. It is a part of the Carhart Oral History Project. 1 interview, 32 p. (Author: Williams, Gerald)
CNWTC.
1990
9/473
History and development of present Forest Service policy
This is a report that reviews Forest Service wilderness polices since the passage of the Wilderness Act. 1 report, 41 p. (Author: Worf, Bill)
USFS. Joy.
1972
9/474
Fire management plan, Frank Church- River of No Return Wilderness
An environmental assessment that discusses the proposed action of returning fire to its more natural role was completed for the Frank Church- River of No Return Wilderness management plan. This report is a reflection of the results of the EA. 1 report, 153 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
10/475
Is zoning for a variety of recreation opportunities proper in wilderness?
Apparently, the issue of whether wilderness is a resource or a recreation area is still being debated. The issue addressed in this paper of whether or not wilderness should be divided into zones of various levels of recreation opportunity is a key part of this debate. 1 paper, 6 p. (Author: Bloedel, Ed.)
USFS. Joy.
1986
10/476
The federal role in linking tourism and wilderness. Session at conference, Managing America's enduring wilderness resource.
This statement asks six questions pertaining to the marketing and management of wilderness as it pertains to tourism. 1 memo, 1 p.; 1 statement, 2 p. (Author: Fege, Anne S.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
10/477
News from the WO!
This newsletter appears to have been created in order to prepare for the 25th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. It details the plans brewing in various districts to celebrate this landmark event. 7 issues of a newsletter, 18 p. total. (Author: Fege, Anne S.)
USFS. Joy.
1989
10/478
Proceedings- Symposium and workshop on wilderness fire
The symposium was on of a series planned to terminate the highly productive Fire Effects and Use Research and Development program, conducted by Forest Service research… Our goal was to openly discuss how well we have managed wilderness fire and current concerns. 1 manual, 434 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS. Joy.
1983
10/479
Fire management in wilderness
We have assembled and enclosed a number of working documents developed prior to and during the 1986 fire season in Region 4. Sent to Region 9 to aid their development of a fire management plan. working documents, 29 p. total. (Author: Blake, Cliff)
USFS. Joy.
1986
10/480
A synopsis of 1975 wilderness use, national forest areas in California
A cursory examination of wilderness use in California's national forest wilderness/primitive areas has been made using 1975 wilderness permit data… This information might be of interest to planners involved in the preparation of planning area guides, forest and unit plans, and wilderness management plans. 1 report, 60 p. (Author: Joy, Dick)
USFS. Joy.
1975
10/481
Sierra Club appeals the decision of the Secretary.
This statement explains the background related to timber sales in primitive areas, which is contested by the Sierra Club. 1 statement, 5 p.; I memo, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. Joy.
1972
10/482
Pisgah National Forest, Linville Gorge Wilderness management plan
This is a management plan for the Linville Gorge Wilderness area located in the Pisagah National Forest, North Carolina. 1 manual, 66 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1966
10/483
Nantahala and Cherokee National Forest, Joyce Kilmer- Slickrock Wilderness management plan
This is a management plan for the Joyce Kilmer- Slickrock Wilderness area located in the Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina and the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee. Also included is the boundary description. 1 manual, 25 p.; 1 report, 9 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1979
10/484
Public Law 93-622: An act to further the prupose of the Wilderness Act by designating certain acquried lands for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System, to provide for study of certain additional lands for such inclusion, and for other purposes
This act designates the following wilderness areas: Sipsey, Caney Creek, Upper Buffalo, Bradwell Bay, Beaver Creek, Presidential Range- Dry River, Joyce Kilmer- Slickrock, Ellicott Rock, Gee Creek, Bristol Cliffs, Lye Brook, James River Face, Dolly Sods, Rainbow Lake and Cohutta. All of these areas are located in the eastern United States. 1 act, 5 p. (Author: US Congress.)
USFS.
1975
10/485
A proposal: Ellicott's Rock Eastern Wilderness, Sumter National Forest
This is an environmental statement for the Ellicott Rock Wilderness located in the Sumter National Forest, South Carolina, the Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina and the Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia. 1 report, 11 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1974
10/486
Ellicott Rock Wilderness management plan.
This packet includes the wilderness management direction for the Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests and one page of comments on this piece and the wilderness management plan and wilderness resource plan for the Ellicott Rock Wilderness area. 2 memos, 1 p each; 1 summary, 1 p.; 1 manual, 7 p.; 1 manual, 11 p.; 1 manual, 13 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1976
10/487
Map of the Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina.
This is a map of the roadless and undeveloped areas located within the Nantahala National Forest. 1 map, 1 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1965
10/488
Map of the Uwharrie National Forest, North Carolina.
This is a map of the roadless and undeveloped areas located within the Uwharrie National Forest. 1 map, 1 p. (Author: USFS.)
USFS.
1963
10/489
Wilderness Management Improvement Plan
This is a five-year action plan to esablish better management programs in southern wilderness areas. The introduction states that wilderness management in the Southeast is a relatively new concept without a long history of experience as found in the West. 1 manual, 24 p. (Author: USDA, Forest Service Southern Region)
USFS.
1983
10/490
RARE II Summary- final environmental statement, roadless area review and evaluation
RARE II is a comprehensive process, instituted in June 1977, to identify roadless and undeveloped land areas in the National Forest System and to determine their general uses for both wilderness and other resource management and development. 1 report, 55 p.; 1 summary, 28 p. (some pages missing). (Author: USFS)
USFS.
1979
10/491
Memo regarding H.R. 3960, To designate certain public lands in North Carolina as additions to the National Wilderness Preservation System
An act to designate certain public lands in North Carolina as additions to the National Wilderness Preservation System. Designates the following wildernesses: Birkhead Mountains, Catfish Lake South, Ellicott Rock (addition to), Joyce Kilmer- Slickrock (additions to), Linville Gorge (additions to), Middle Prong, Pocosin, Pond Pine, Sheep Ridge, Shining Rock (addition to) and Southern Nantahala. 1 memo, 3 p.; 1 act, 18 p. (Author: Beasley, J. Lamar)
USFS.
1984
10/492
NEPA and management of fish and wildlife with states.
Memo to regional foresters re: clarification on when to apply the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements to State wildlife and fish transplantation, stocking and other population management activities proposed by the States. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Wilcox, Sterling J.)
USFS. Matthews.
1996
10/493
Letter to Mr. Charles Gauvin, President, Chief Executive Officer, Trout Unlimited
Letter in response to Gavin's March 19, 1997, letter re: Forest Service responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act and the National Forest Management Act relative to State fish stocking activities. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Dombeck, Mike)
USFS. Matthews.
1997
10/494
The need for wilderness areas
Article from the Winter/Spring journal of The Living Wilderness outlining the needs for wilderness areas which manifested in how the guidelines of the National Wilderness Preservation System were structured. 1 journal, 7 p. (Author: Zahniser, Howard)
USFS. Kaye.
1956-57
10/495
U.S. Army firefighters practice No Trace Camping on wilderness wildfires
Article from Fire Management Notes re: wilderness wildfire protocol in the Park Meadow Fire in central Oregon in 1996. 1 journal, vol. 58, no. 1. (Author: Mohr, Francis and Karen Curtiss)
USFS. Matthews.
1998
10/496
Wildfire suppressed and the wilderness still looks natural!
One article from Fire Management Notes re: light-hand-on-the-land suppression tactics to avoid unnecessary adverse impacts on natural resouces in wilderness. 1 journal, 6 p. (Author: Mohr, Francis)
USFS. Matthews.
1992-93
10/497
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Twiss' career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 36 p., 1 tape. (Author: Twiss, John)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/498
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Lavin's career in wilderness management Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 61 p., 1 tape. (Author: Lavin, Jack)
USFS. Carhart.
2000
10/499
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Joy's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 32 p., 1 tape. (Author: Joy, Dick)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/500
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Stankey's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 22 p., 1 tape. (Author: Stankey, George)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/501
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Brizee's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 37 p., 1 tape. (Author: Brizee, Bill)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/502
U.S. forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview with Dennis Roth re: Kovalicky's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 53 p., 1 tape. (Author: Kovalicky, Tom)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/503
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Bloedel's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 50 p., 1 tape. (Author: Bloedel, Ed)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/504
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Lucas' career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 42 p., 1 tape. (Author: Lucas, Bob)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/505
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Albrecht's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 36 p., 1 tape. (Author: Albrecht, Arnold)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/506
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral history project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Costley's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 40 p., 1 tape. (Author: Costley, Dick)
USFS. Carhart.
2001
10/507
Consent Form: USDA Forest Service oral history program
Consent forms for Albrecht, Bloedel, Brizee, Costley, Joy, Kovalicky, Lavin, Lucas, Stankey, Twiss, and Worf. 12 forms, 1 p. each. (Author: Roth, Dennis)
USFS. Carhart.
2000
10/508
U.S. Forest Service wilderness management oral gistory project
Telephone interview by Dennis Roth re: Worf's career in wilderness management. Tape has same ID# but is found in oversized docs. 1 transcribed interview, 75 p., 4 tapes (Author: Worf, Bill)
USFS
2000, 2001
Subseries 2: Fish and Wildlife Service Records
1965-2000
box-file
11/1
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy Assistant Secretary, Land and Minerals Management, Department of the Interior, before the subcommittee of National Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States House of Representatives
Testimony concerning H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 for the NPS, BLM, and FWS. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes
1992
11/2
Witness list for the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
Witness list regarding H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, H.R. 4327. 1 list, 1 p. (Author: Witness List)
NPS. BLM. FWS. USFS. Stokes.
1992
11/3
H. R. 4327 - National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act
To improve wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the FWS in the Dept. of the Interior including better coordination with the NPS and BLM. 1 draft, 6 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce)
FWS. Stokes
1992
11/4
Annual wilderness report to congress
Detailed federal breakdowns of Wilderness by each state and agency. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/5
Members of the National Wilderness Research Committee of the Society of American Foresters, Wilderness Management Working Group.
List of members of the National Wilderness Research Committee including universities, interest groups, agencies with an additional list of wilderness research topic areas. 1 list, 2 p. (Author: Society of American Foresters)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/6
Report from task force on monitoring for Wilderness conditions: a meeting of representatives from Federal agencies and public groups
In addition to the four Federal agencies, NOLS and the Wilderness Society are represented on the task force. The report address the need for Wilderness monitoring and improved scientific knowledge monitoring. 1 report, 6 p. (Author: Cole, David)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1991
11/7
Invited testimony by John Hendee on HR-4325, HR-4326, and HR-4327 to strengthen Wilderness management, research, monitoring, training, and education for the National Wilderness Preservation System - July 23, 1992, Washington D.C. in front of the House Interior Subcommittee on Parks and Public Lands
Testimony from John Hendee, dean of the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences at the Univ. of ID. He supports the intent of the bills but feels they include too much detail. He goes on to address each section of HR-4325 and briefly discusses HR-4326 and HR-4327. 1 testimony, 4 p. (Author: Hendee, John)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/8
A presentation by Eugene Persha: hearings on Nat'l Forest Wilderness Act (HR 4325), Nat'l Parks and Public Lands and Wilderness Management Act (HR 4326), Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act (HR 4327), subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, U.S. House of Rep., June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support of all three bills with focus on Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. 1 testimony, 6. (Author: Persha, Eugene)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/9
Testimony before the House of Rep. Subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on wilderness management, H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 by R. Max Peterson, Executive Vice President, Internat'l Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: concerns on the proposed legislation i.e.. legislation not necessary and the tasks can be administered by the agencies w/o legislation. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Peterson, Max R.)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/10
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy assistant secretary, land and minerals management, dept. of the interior, before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., on H.R. 4326, a bill to improve the wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the NPS and BLM in the dept. of the interior, and H.R. 4327, a bill to improve the wilderness FWS in the dept. of the interior including better coordination with the NPS and the BLM.
Testimony re: strong department opposition to the bills under consideration. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/11
Statement before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., re: H.R. 4325,4326,4327: three bills proposed to improve the wilderness management of the USFS, NPS, BLM, and USFS, June 23, 1992, by Jim Ratz, executive director, NOLS, Lander, Wyoming
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Ratz, Jim)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/12
Testimony of Senator Gaylord Nelson, counselor, The Wilderness Society, of the Nat'l Wilderness Management Act of 1992, H.R. 4325,4326,4327, before the Nat'l Parks and Public Lands subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 11 p. (Author: Nelson, Gaylord)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/13
Testimony: Management of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System, H.R. 4325,4326,4327 - submitted to: subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Rep., Washington D.C., June 23,1992, submitted by Dr. Glenn E. Haas, Chairman, Dept. of Recreation Resources, College of Natr'l Resources, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523
Testimony re: support for the legislation with recommended amendments. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Haas, Glenn E.)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/14
Wilderness Management Subcommittee - Sierra Club, H.R.4325, Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4326, Nat'l Parks and Public Lands Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4327, Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act - Statement of Martin Sorensen, Chairman: Wilder- ness Management Subcommittee, Sierra Club, Box 422, Golden, CO 80402-0422, before the subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: Sierra Club's support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Sorensen, Martin)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
11/15
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife managmement in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo to regional foresters re: attached guidelines relating to management activities by State Fish and Wildlife Agencies within wildernesses and primitive areas of the FS and the BLM. The guidelines include fish and wildlife research, fisheries management, wildlife management, and visitor management. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 14 p. (Author: Bond, F. Leroy)
USFS. FWS. BLM. Joy.
1976
11/16
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo ro regional foresters re: 1976 memo referenced in subject heading re: urging regional foresters to use these guidelines. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Evans, William L.)
USFS. FWS. BLM. Joy.
1978
11/17
General memo to all regions except R-4
Memo re: attached memo from M. M. Nelson in R-4 re: use of aircraft and motorized equipment in wildernernesses with an attached memo from Floyd Iverson to the chief re: aerial fish planting with another attached memo from B. H. Payne to regional foresters re: the attached copy of Resolution No. 7 (which discusses aerial fish planting into wilderness waters) adopted July 7, 1968, by the Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners. 1 memo, 1 p. 4 enclosures, 5 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. FWS. Joy.
1968
11/18
International association of fish and wildlife agencies' policy on fish and wildlife management for wilderness and primitive areas: state wildlife agency views
Paper re: history of wilderness wildlife management, importance of wilderness to wildlife, wilderness legislation, and reactions to guidelines and policies based on views solicited from state wildlife agencies via a questionnaire. 1 paper, 22 p. (Author: Hoover, Robert L.)
USFS. FWS. Joy.
undated
11/19
Western association of state game and fish commissioners resolutions
Memo to regional foresters re: attached letter to Congressman Thomas G. Morris re: the Forest Service's comments on resolution no. 15 re: aircraft in wilderness by state game and fish departments in regards to wildfire. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 2 p. (Author: Costley, Richard J.)
USFS. FWS. Joy.
1968
11/20
Forest service views on the IAFWA policy on fish and wildlife management for wilderness and primitive areas
Paper providing background on the relationship between the Forest Service and state fish and wildlife agencies and the forest service's views on IAFWA guidelines and policies. 1 paper, 5 p. (Author: Griswold, Richard K.)
USFS. FWS. Joy.
1978
11/21
Management of wilderness area waters: a symposium jointly sponsored by the American Fisheries Society and the International Association of Game, Fish and Conservation Commissioners
Symposium re: wilderness area fisheries, state views on objectives and practice of wilderness area fisheries management, U.S. Department o fthe Interior views on objectives and practices of wilderness area fisheries management, trout management in the California back country, the role of cooperative fishery reserch units in wilderness area fishery management, and wilderness fisheries management-a view from the environmental movement. 1 journal, 23 p. (Author: Gottschalk, John S.)
FWS. Joy.
1976
11/22
Interagency agreement between National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Federal Aviation Administration
Report re: the agreement re: overflight issues over public lands signed by Harold W. Becker, Wesley Henry, David L. Olsen, and Keith Corrigall. 1 report, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall
1992
11/23
Wilderness management policy comparison: Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service
This chart compares the present wilderness management policy in general application by each of the Federal land management agencies. 1 chart, 10 p. (Author: Porter,)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Corrigall.
1981
11/24
Briefing summary: airspace management
Summary on actions taken by the Air Force re: effects on land, air, waters or creatures. Attached is an interagency agreement between the office of aircraft services, FWS, BLM, USFS, BIA, and the NPS. 1 paper, 2 p. 1 attached draft, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall.
?
11/25
Wilderness appendix: WRH-2A
This handbook is a coninuation of the Wilderness Handbook and contains various laws, statements, regulations and other reference material relateve to the wilderness program in the National Wildlife Refuge System. 1 manual, 187 p. (Author: USFWS)
FWS. Olds.
1970
11/26
Wilderness act
Timeline re: the events leading up to the Wilderness Act. 1 timeline, 6 p. (Author: unknown)
FWS. USDI.
?
11/27
Letter to Morton R. Brigham
Letter re: mineral exploration in the National Wildlife Refuge System. Attached letter is from Brigham re: the passage of the Wilderness Act and mineral exploration in the Wildlife Refuges and National Parks. 1 letter, 3 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p. (Author: Carver Jr., John A.)
FWS. USDI.
1965
11/28
Wilderness order
Memo to the Director re: the draft order furnished to Secretary Cain by the Assistant to the Secretary for Land Utilization, Karl Landstrom. Attached memo is from Stanley A. Cain re: sections in the Wilderness Order. Attached memo is from Karl Landstrom re: sections in the enclosed redraft of the Wilderness Order. Draft is re: reviews of Roadless Areas and Roadless Islands under the Wilderness Act. Attached is a timeline re: certain references in legislative history of the Wilderness Act relative to mineral studies of Roadleass Areas in the National Park and National Wildlife Refuge System. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached draft, 4 p. 1 attached timeline, 5 p. (Author: Ackerknecht, W. E.)
FWS. USDI.
1966
11/29
Reviews of Roadless Areas and Roadless Islands under the Wilderness Act
This is Order No. 2893, the final draft of the Wilderness Order re: reviews of Roadless Areas and Roadless Islands under the Wilderness Act. 1 policy, 4 p. (Author: Udall, Stewart)
FWS. USDI.
1966
11/30
Questions for agencies,organizations, and individuals to answer for the Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission Wilderness Workshop
Q and A re: issues since the passage of the Wilderness Act, general policy, management plans, boundaries, NWPS, state land in Alaska, wilderness study, and alternative designations. 1 Question and Answer, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
FWS. USDI.
undated
11/31
Wilderness program
Memo to the regional directors re: enclosed chart outlining the procedures of the wilderness program (this is no longer with this memo.) The memo is also re: guidelines to help clarify certain activity areas of the wilderness study program. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Tunison, Abram)
FWS. USDI.
1968
11/32
Wilderness memorandum
Memo to the deputy associate director for natural Resources Office of Management and Budget re: mineral issues, land-use planning, potential wilderness additions, Indian rights and claims, and size of wilderness proposals. Attached is a chart on potential wilderness additions. 1 memo, 7 p., 1 attached chart, 1 p. (Author: Under Secretary of the Interior)
FWS. USDI.
1974
11/33
Letter to the Hon. Henry M. Jackson, Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.
This is a letter in response to questions and issues concerning wilderness raised by members of the Public Lands Subcommittee during hearings held on March 19, 1974, and subsequesntly by committee staff. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Brown, Ken M.)
FWS. USDI.
undated
11/34
U.S. Department of the Interior views on objectives and practices of Wilderness Area Fisheries Management
Speech presented as part of a panel on Management of Wilderness Area Waters at a joint session of the International Association of Game Fish and Conservation Commissioners and the American Fisheries Society re: wilderness area fisheries management. 1 speech, 13 p. (Author: Hester, F. Eugene)
FWS. USDI.
1975
11/35
Management for Key Deer in area designted as wilderness
Memo to the Atlanta, Georgia Regional Director re: interim guidance for wilderness areas before a scheduled wilderness workshop. Attached is the memo requesting this advice. 1 memo, 3 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: McAllester, Walter R.)
FWS. USDI.
1975
11/36
Letter to the Honorable Keith G. Sebelius.
Letter re: attached chart re: a comprehensive comparison on policies of the NPS, the FS and FWS for specific public and administrative uses and activities allowed or prohibited within wilderness, as reflected by the agencies' management policies. 1 letter, 1 p., 1 attached chart, 7 p. (Author: Brown, Ken M.)
FWS. USDI.
1976
11/37
Congressional inquiry
Memo to the Chief, Division of Wildlife Refuges re: the request by the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee of the following information: what can/cannot be done on refuges with/without wilderness, what are natural areas and where are they, and what is statutory authority, how is it designated and is is still an active program? Attached is the answers to these questions. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached question and answer, 2 p. (Author: Pulliam Jr., James W.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/38
Fire control on wilderness areas
Memo to regional directors re: attached memo re: guidance on use of motorized equipment and the decision-making level when emergencies develop on wilderness areas. In this case, it is the Seney Wilderness Area. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 2 p. (Author: Pulliam Jr., James W.)
FWS. USDI.
1976
11/39
Management activity, nature of difference, reason for difference, significance
This seems to be an excerpt from a comparison chart between the FS, the FWS, and the NPS in their management activities. Attached is a brief analysis of these comparisons. 1 chart, 3 p., 1 review, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
FWS. USDI.
undated
11/40
Use of motorized equipment in wilderness areas.
Memo to regional directors re: attached copies of correspondence between Assistant Secretary Reed and Director Greenwalt re: use of motorized equipment (chain saws) in wilderness areas. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 2 p. (Author: Pulliam Jr., James W.)
FWS. USDI.
1976
11/41
Permitted activities inCrab Orchard NWR Wilderness Area
Memo to Associate Direcotr, Burkett Neely, Division of Reguges re: permitted activities in the Crab Orchard NWR Wilderness Area. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Updike, Gerald H.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/42
Letter to Otis Leonard, Chairman, North Cal-Neva Resource Conservation and Development Area
Letter re: the request for Secretary of the Interior, James G. Watt, to answer 17 questions re: his views on land management issues. 1 letter, 7 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached page of questions, 2 p., 1 question and answer, 5 p. (Author: DuBois, Frank A.)
FWS. USDI.
1982
11/43
Wilderness areas: public use activities
Memo to Burk Neely re: attached info on public use activities in Wilderness units of National Wildlife Refuges. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached chart, 4 p. (Author: Black, Kenneth E.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/44
Permitted activities in Refuge Units of the Wilderness System
Memo to the Director of the USFWS re: permitted activities in Refuge Units of the Wilderness System. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Kotok, Joseph)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/45
Permitted activities in the Wisconsin Islnads Wilderness Area uner Horicon NWR
Memo to Christine Enright or Burkette Neely re: special use permits and permitted activities in the Wisconsin Islnads Wilderness Area. This memo appears to be incomplete. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, Mayville, Wisconsin)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/46
Permitted activities in Refuge Units of the Wilderness System
Memo to the acting associate direcotr, FW resources re: permitted activities in the Shiawassee NWR. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Johnson, Robert G.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/47
Permitted activities in Refuge Units of the Wilderness System
Memo to the FWS Director re: permitted activities in Refuge Units of the Wilderness System. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Acting regional director, FWS, Newton Corner, MA)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/48
Wilderness activities: your 10/05 faxform.
Memo to the associate director, FWS re: permitted uses in region I. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Meyer, William H.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/49
Permitted activities on Wilderness Areas.
Memo to the Director, FW Resources in response to a faxform re: permitted activities on Wilderness Areas. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Swenson, Omer N.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/50
Permitted activities on Alaska Refuge Unites of the wilderness system
Memo the associate director, FW Resources re: permitted activities inn 8 coastal-island bird refuges. The attached letter is re: the renewal of a grazing lease on Simenof Island. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p. (Author: Redfeam, Don E.)
FWS. BLM. USDI.
1977
11/51
Permitted activites in refuge units of the wilderness system
Memo to the associate director, USFWS in response to questions posed in subject faxform re: permitted activities in the Seney and Huron Islands Wilderness Areas. Frye anticipates no changes in permitted uses within the next five years. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Frye, John R.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/52
Permitted activities in refuge units of the wilderness system
This is a list of 5 questions sent to every station in each region in order to respoond to questions reaised by the House Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Acting Associate Director)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/53
Permitted activities in refuge wilderness.
Memo to the Director, FWS in response to the attached 5 questions re: permitted activities in wilderness areas of Region 6. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Gutman, James)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/54
Response to 10/05/77 Faxform: permitted activities in refuge units of the wilderness system
Memo to the Director, USDI, FWS in reponse to the attached 5 questions re: permitted uses in West Sister Island NWR Wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Herzberger, L. E.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/55
Response to Wilderness faxform
Memo to the Associate Director, FW Resources in response to the attached 5 questions re: permitted activities in the Rice Lake NWR and the Mille Lacs NWR. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Hefferman, David E.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/56
Permitted activities in refuge units of the wilderness system
Memo to the Director, USFWS in response to the attached 5 questions re: permitted activities in the three wilderness areas in Region 2. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Smith, Thomas E.)
FWS. USDI.
1977
11/57
Comments on proposed executive order
Memo to the assistant secretaries of Energy and Minerals, Fish and Wildlife and Parks, Land and Water Resources, and General Law re: comments on the attached propsed executive order re: hydrometeorological data collection in wilderness areas. The attached letters are also requesting comments on this issue. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached draft, 4 p. (Author: Carpenter, William L.)
FWS. USDI.
1979
12/58
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Wilderness management policies
Paper re: wilderness management policies. 1 paper, 3 p. (Author: Eichhorn, Dick)
FWS. USDI.
undated
12/59
Wilderness management in the NWRS
Speech given at the first wilderness management workshop re: wilderness management in the NWRS and the 113 FWS refuges approved for review. 1 speech, 10 p. 1 copy is attached. (Author: Jantzen, Robert)
FWS. USDI.
undated
12/60
Service policy on the landing of aircraft in designated wilderness areas of National Wildlife Refuges
Memo to the Regional Directors re: clarification on Service policy on granting permission for aircraft landings in designated wilderness ares of wildlife refuges. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Pittz, Robert E.)
FWS. USDI.
1982
12/61
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Refuge Manual.
Portion of the Refuge Manual re: Wilderness Area Management. 1 manual, 7 p. (Author: USFWS)
FWS. USDI.
1986
12/62
Wilderness management on Fish and Wildlife Service lands: a commitment
Paper presented at Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource: A Conference re: the FWS committed active participation in the management of the NWPS. 1 paper, 3 p. (Author: Olsen, David L.)
FWS. USDI.
1989
12/63
Activities in wilderness areas
List of activities prohibited in wilderness areas. 1 list, 2 p. (Author: Wright, Lee A.)
FWS. USDI.
1986
12/64
GAO final report: Problems related to restricting the use of motorized equipment in wilderness and similar areas
Memo to the Director, Survey and Review re: comments on the GAO report. Attached is a memo from the Director, Surve and Review requesting the comments. Attached is the GAO report. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 51 p. (Author: Tunison, A. V.)
FWS. USFS. NPS. USDI.
1970
12/65
Executive order 11644: use of off-road vehicles on the public lands
This is an order to establish policies and provide for procedures that will ensure that the use of off-road vehicles on public lands will be controlled and directed so as to protect the resources of those lands, to promote the safety of all users of those lands, and to minimize conflicts among the various uses of those lands. 1 executive order, 3 p. (Author: Nixon, Richard)
FWS. Matthews.
1972
12/66
Blackbeard island: wilderness study area.
Pamphlet that describes the Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge which has been studied by the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife at the direction of the Secretary of the Interior to determine its potential for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. 1 pamphlet, 12 p. (Author: BSFW)
FWS. Olds.
1971
12/67
Cape Romain: wilderness proposal
Pamphlet re: the Cape Romain wilderness proposal and its suitability for inclusion into the National Wilderness Preservation System. 1 pamphlet, 22 p. (Author: BSFW)
FWS. Olds.
1971
12/68
Florida Keys: wilderness proposal
Pamphlet re: the National Key Deer Refuge, the Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, and Key West National Wildlife Refuge and their suitability for inclusion into the National Wilderness Preservation System. 1 pamphlet, 14 p. (Author: BSFW)
FWS. Olds.
1969
12/69
International association of fish and wildlife agencies newsletter
This newsletter includes one article entitled, House Passes Alaska Lands Bill. It describes the acreage of land and its clasifications gained in the passage of the bill. The name of the bill is the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of 1978. 1 newsletter, 3 p. (Author: International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.)
FWS.
1978
12/70
A hard look at the national wildlife refuge system.
Tis article outlines the history of the refuge system and assesses the future of the system. It states that they can be characterized by the word, change in the face a new wilderness legislation. 1 article, 2 p. (Author: FWS.)
FWS.
1975.
12/71
What is Biological Services anyway?
This article explains the role of the Biological Services and outlines its role in public lands management. 1 article, 2 p. (Author: FWS.)
FWS.
1975
12/72
Interview with Mark Madison, Cam Cavanaugh and Bill Koch
This interview addresses Cavanaugh's book, Saving the Great Swamp. 1 interview, 9 p. (Author: NCTC.)
NCTC.
2000.
12/73
Public Law 92-364; P.L. 92-632; P.L. 93-429; P.L. 94-557; P.L. 91-504
Public Law 92-364: Cedar Keys Nat'l Wildlife Refuge wilderness. P.L. 92-632: Chamisso, Florida Keys, ST. Marks, Blackboard Island, Wolf Island, Moosehorn, Brigantine, Bosque del Apache, Chase Lake, Lostwood, West Sister Island, Cape Romain wildernesses (plus others in national forests). P.L. 93-42: Okefenokee wilderness. P.L. 94-557: Simeonof, Big Lake, Chassahowitzka, J.N. Ding Darling, Lake Woodruff, Crab Orchard, Lacassine, Agassiz, Tamarac, Mingo, Medicine Lake, UL Bend, Fort Niobrara, Swanquarter, San Juan wildernesses and others in national forests). P.L. 91-504: Bering Sea, Bogoslof, Tuxedni, Saint Lazaria, Hazy Islands, Forrester Island, Three Arch Rocks, Oregon Islands, Washington Islands, Salt Creek, Island Bay, Passage Key, Wichita Mountains, Seney, Huron Islands, Michigan Islands, Wisconsin Islands, Moosehorn, Pelican Island, Monomoy (and others in national parks and monuments). 5 acts, 14 p. total. (Author: US Congress.)
FWS.
1972
12/74
Memo to Honorable John F. Seiberling, Chairman, Subcommittee on Public Lands, House of Representatives, Washington D.C.
A series of memo correspondence re: questions related to over-sight hearings on the status of wilderness reviews in units of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The attached list addresses issues of mineral surveys, status of withdrawals, endangered species, archeological and historical resources, and off-road vehicles. 1 memo, 7 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached list, 3 p. (Author: Hale, David F.)
FWS. USFWS.
1979
12/75
Policy update No. 12: policy concerning management of wilderness areas
Memo to regional directors, regions 1-6, Alaska area director, area managers, refuge managers, wetland district managers re: attached wilderness management upate. There is no attachment with this document. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Pulliam, James W. Jr.)
FWS. USFWS.
1977
12/76
Control of mosquitoes in wilderness areas.
Informal memo to the director of the USFWS by Lynn (no last name given) with quotes from Pulliam, Bohlen, the Wilderness Act, and the CFR regarding control of mosquitoes in wilderness areas. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Lynn)
FWS. USFWS.
1976
Subseries 3: National Park Service
1970-2001
box-file
12/1
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy Assistant Secretary, Land and Minerals Management, Department of the Interior, before the subcommittee of National Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States House of Representatives
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony concerning H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 for the NPS, BLM, and FWS. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/2
Witness list for the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
1 list, 1 p. Witness list regarding H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, H.R. 4327. (Author: Witness List)
NPS. BLM. FWS. USFS. Stokes
1992
12/3
H. R. 4326 - A Bill
1 bill, 14 p. H. R. 4326 - a bill to improve the wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the NPS and BLM. (Author: Vento, Bruce)
NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
12/4
Annual wilderness report to congress
1 report, 15 p. Detailed federal breakdowns of Wilderness by each state and agency. (Author: unknown)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
12/5
Members of the National Wilderness Research Committee of the Society of American Foresters, Wilderness Management Working Group.
1 list, 2 p. List of members of the National Wilderness Research Committee including universities, interest groups, agencies with an additional list of wilderness research topic areas. (Author: Society of American Foresters)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/6
Report from task force on monitoring for Wilderness conditions: a meeting of representatives from Federal agencies and public groups
1 report, 6 p. In addition to the four Federal agencies, NOLS and the Wilderness Society are represented on the task force. The report address the need for Wilderness monitoring and improved scientific knowledge monitoring. (Author: Cole, David)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1991
12/7
Invited testimony by John Hendee on HR-4325, HR-4326, and HR-4327 to strengthen Wilderness management, research, monitoring, training, and education for the National Wilderness Preservation System - July 23, 1992, Washington D.C. in front of the House Interior Subcommittee on Parks and Public Lands
1 testimony, 4 p. Testimony from John Hendee, dean of the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences at the Univ. of ID. He supports the intent of the bills but feels they include too much detail. He goes on to address each section of HR-4325 and briefly discusses HR-4326 and HR-4327. (Author: Hendee, John)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/8
Statement of Congressman James V. Hansen, hearing on the Implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act
1 statement, 2 p. Opening statement on the beginning of the hearing before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health on the implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act. (Author: Hansen, James V.)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
undated
12/9
Testimony of Edward J. Baumunk, Co-owner of BBJ Mining, Tecopa, California - Before the House of Representatives, subcommittees on National Parks and Public Lands and Forests and Forest Health, April 15, 1997
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony re: mining claims in the Saddle Peak Wilderness Study Area and the shift from the land being BLM to NPS. (Author: Baumunk, Edward J.)
BLM. NPS. Stokes.
1997
12/10
A presentation by Eugene Persha: hearings on Nat'l Forest Wilderness Act (HR 4325), Nat'l Parks and Public Lands and Wilderness Management Act (HR 4326), Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act (HR 4327), subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, U.S. House of Rep., June 23, 1992
1 testimony, 6. Testimony re: full support of all three bills with focus on Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. (Author: Persha, Eugene)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/11
Testimony before the House of Rep. Subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on wilderness management, H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 by R. Max Peterson, Executive Vice President, Internat'l Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, June 23, 1992
1 testimony, 3 p. Testimony re: concerns on the proposed legislation i.e.. legislation not necessary and the tasks can be administered by the agencies w/o legislation. (Author: Peterson, Max R.)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/12
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy assistant secretary, land and minerals management, dept. of the interior, before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., on H.R. 4326, a bill to improve the wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the NPS and BLM in the dept. of the interior, and H.R. 4327, a bill to improve the wilderness FWS in the dept. of the interior including better coordination with the NPS and the BLM.
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony re: strong department opposition to the bills under consideration. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
12/13
Statement before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., re: H.R. 4325,4326,4327: three bills proposed to improve the wilderness management of the USFS, NPS, BLM, and USFS, June 23, 1992, by Jim Ratz, executive director, NOLS, Lander, Wyoming
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony re: full support for this legislation. (Author: Ratz, Jim)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/14
Testimony of Senator Gaylord Nelson, counselor, The Wilderness Society, of the Nat'l Wilderness Management Act of 1992, H.R. 4325,4326,4327, before the Nat'l Parks and Public Lands subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
1 testimony, 11 p. Testimony re: full support for this legislation. (Author: Nelson, Gaylord)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/15
Testimony: Management of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System, H.R. 4325,4326,4327 - submitted to: subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Rep., Washington D.C., June 23,1992, submitted by Dr. Glenn E. Haas, Chairman, Dept. of Recreation Resources, College of Natr'l Resources, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony re: support for the legislation with recommended amendments. (Author: Haas, Glenn E.)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/16
Wilderness Management Subcommittee - Sierra Club, H.R.4325, Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4326, Nat'l Parks and Public Lands Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4327, Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act - Statement of Martin Sorensen, Chairman: Wilderness Management Subcommittee, Sierra Club, Box 422, Golden, CO 80402-0422, before the subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
1 testimony, 5 p. Testimony re: Sierra Club's support for this legislation. (Author: Sorensen, Martin)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
12/17
Interagency agreement between National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Federal Aviation Administration
1 report, 5 p. Report re: the agreement re: overflight issues over public lands signed by Harold W. Becker, Wesley Henry, David L. Olsen, and Keith Corrigall. (Author: unknown)
BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall
1992
12/18
Wilderness management policy comparison: Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service
1 chart, 10 p. This chart compares the present wilderness management policy in general application by each of the Federal land management agencies. (Author: Porter)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Corrigall.
1981
12/19
Briefing summary: airspace management
1 paper, 2 p. 1 attached draft, 5 p. Summary on actions taken by the Air Force re: effects on land, air, waters or creatures. Attached is an interagency agreement between the office of aircraft services, FWS, BLM, USFS, BIA, and the NPS. (Author: unknown)
USFS. BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall.
undated
12/20
Letter to Howard Zahniser
1 letter, 3 p. Letter to Zahniser from the Director of the NPS re: the draft of the bill which would create the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System. Wirth argues that there is no need for the NPS to be part of this since what already exists within the NPS can not be improved upon. (Author: Wirth, Conrad L.)
NPS. NDSU.
1956
12/21
Wilderness preservation and management
1 policy, 8 p. This appears to be a portion of a NPS manual on wilderness management. This deals with wilderness reviews, wilderness use, wilderness management, management facilities, and plaques, memorials, and burial plots. (Author: Eichhorn, Dick)
NPS. USDI.
undated
12/22
GAO final report: Problems related to restricting the use of motorized equipment in wilderness and similar areas
1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 51 p. Memo to the Director, Survey and Review re: comments on the GAO report. Attached is a memo from the Director, Surve and Review requesting the comments. Attached is the GAO report. (Author: Tunison, A. V.)
FWS. USFS. NPS. USDI.
1970
12/23
Accessibility issue in wilderness
1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 2 p. Memo to the National Park Service Intermountain Region Director re: bicycle use in parks and departmental regulations governing discrimination and accessibility. (Author: Jones, Durand A.)
NPS. Matthews.
2001
12/24
Letter to Dr. David J. Parsons, Director, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute
1 letter, 4 p., 1 attached bill, 6 p. Letter re: development and passage of the wilderness plan at Hawaii Vocanoes in the 1970's. Attached is a bill creating Kings Canyon National Park. (Author: Harry, Bryan)
NPS
Subseries 4: Bureau of Land Management
1970-2001
box-file
13/1
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy Assistant Secretary, Land and Minerals Management, Department of the Interior, before the subcommittee of National Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States House of Representatives
Testimony concerning H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 for the NPS, BLM, and FWS. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
BLM. NPS. FWS. Stokes.
1992
13/2
Witness list for the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
Witness list regarding H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326, H.R. 4327. 1 list, 1 p. (Author: Witness List)
NPS. BLM. FWS. USFS. Stokes.
1992
13/3
H. R. 4326 - A Bill
H. R. 4326 - a bill to improve the wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the NPS and BLM. 1 bill, 14 p. (Author: Vento, Bruce)
NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/4
Annual wilderness report to congress
Detailed federal breakdowns of Wilderness by each state and agency. 1 report, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/5
Letter to Liz Close re: wilderness research working group
Memo discussing the interest in forming a wilderness research working group that would also include the BLM and USFS. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Stokes, Gerald)
USFS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/6
Members of the National Wilderness Research Committee of the Society of American Foresters, Wilderness Management Working Group.
List of members of the National Wilderness Research Committee including universities, interest groups, agencies with an additional list of wilderness research topic areas. 1 list, 2 p. (Author: Society of American Foresters)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/7
Report from task force on monitoring for Wilderness conditions: a meeting of representatives from Federal agencies and public groups
In addition to the four Federal agencies, NOLS and the Wilderness Society are represented on the task force. The report addresses the need for Wilderness monitoring and improved scientific knowledge monitoring. 1 report, 6 p. (Author: Cole, David)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1991
13/8
Trip report: national wilderness education workshop.
Conclusions of the trip addressing the importance of Wilderness education as a management tool within the Forest Service National Resource Conservation Education Program. 1 report, 2 p. (Author: Stokes, Jerry)
USFS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/9
Invited testimony by John Hendee on HR-4325, HR-4326, and HR-4327 to strengthen Wilderness management, research, monitoring, training, and education for the National Wilderness Preservation System - July 23, 1992, Washington D.C. in front of the House Interior Subcommittee on Parks and Public Lands
Testimony from John Hendee, Dean of the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences at the Univ. of ID. He supports the intent of the bills but feels they include too much detail. He goes on to address each section of HR-4325 and briefly discusses H 1 testimony, 4 p. (Author: Hendee, John)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/10
Testimony of George Nickas, policy coordinator of Wilderness Watch, on the implementation of the Wilderness Act (P.L. 88-577) by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health and subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands of the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Resources, April 15, 1997.
Detailed management concerns of Wilderness re: exotic species, commercial interests, special interests, increase in use, new tech., livestock, snowmobiles, and other motorized equipment. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Nickas, George)
USFS. BLM. Stokes.
1997
13/11
Statement of Congressman James V. Hansen, hearing on the Implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act
Opening statement on the beginning of the hearing before the subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health on the implementation of the 1964 Wilderness Act. 1 statement, 2 p. (Author: Hansen, James V.)
USFS. BLM. NPS. Stokes.
?
13/12
Congressional testimony concerning the Bureau of Land Management's administration of the Wilderness Act of 1964, Richard A. Conti Jr. representing the Society for the Conservation of Bighorn Sheep, April 15, 1997.
Testimony re: passage of California Desert Protection Act creating Wilderness in the deserts managed by the CA department of Fish and Game which then prohibits the use of guzzlers that assist the wildlife they are trying to protect. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Conti Jr., Richard A.)
BLM. Stokes.
1997
13/13
Testimony of David L. Brown, Executive Director, America Outdoors, before the subcommittee on Parks, Forests, and Lands of the Resources Committee, U.S. House of Representatives, April 15, 1997.
Testimony re: alarming trends emerging in many wilderness areas that threaten the viability of quality outfitted services. 1 testimony, 2 p. (Author: Brown, David L.)
USFS. BLM. Stokes.
1997
13/14
Testimony of Edward J. Baumunk, Co-owner of BBJ Mining, Tecopa, California - Before the House of Representatives, subcommittees on National Parks and Public Lands and Forests and Forest Health, April 15, 1997
Testimony re: mining claims in the Saddle Peak Wilderness Study Area and the shift from the land being BLM to NPS. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Baumunk, Edward J.)
BLM. NPS. Stokes.
1997
13/15
A presentation by Eugene Persha: hearings on Nat'l Forest Wilderness Act (HR 4325), Nat'l Parks and Public Lands and Wilderness Management Act (HR 4326), Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act (HR 4327), subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, U.S. House of Rep., June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support of all three bills with focus on Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. 1 testimony, 6. (Author: Persha, Eugene)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/16
Testimony before the House of Rep. Subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands of the commit- tee on Interior and Insular Affairs on wilderness management, H.R. 4325, H.R. 4326 and H.R. 4327 by R. Max Peterson, Executive Vice President, Internat'l Assoc. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: concerns on the proposed legislation i.e.. legislation not necessary and the tasks can be administered by the agencies w/o legislation. 1 testimony, 3 p. (Author: Peterson, Max R.)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/17
Statement of Richard R. Roldan, deputy assistant secretary, land and minerals management, dept. of the interior, before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., on H.R. 4326, a bill to improve the wilderness management and wilderness research programs of the NPS and BLM in the dept. of the interior, and H.R. 4327, a bill to improve the wilderness FWS in the dept. of the interior including better coordination with the NPS and the BLM.
Testimony re: strong department opposition to the bills under consideration. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Roldan, Richard R.)
FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/18
Statement before the subcommittee on Nat'l parks and public lands, committee on interior and insular affairs, U.S. House of Rep., re: H.R. 4325,4326,4327: three bills proposed to improve the wilderness management of the USFS, NPS, BLM, and USFS, June 23, 1992, by Jim Ratz, executive director, NOLS, Lander, Wyoming
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Ratz, Jim)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/19
Testimony of Senator Gaylord Nelson, counselor, The Wilderness Society, of the Nat'l Wilderness Management Act of 1992, H.R. 4325,4326,4327, before the Nat'l Parks and Public Lands subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: full support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 11 p. (Author: Nelson, Gaylord)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/20
Testimony: Management of the Nat'l Wilderness Preservation System, H.R. 4325,4326,4327 - submitted to: subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Rep., Washington D.C., June 23,1992, submitted by Dr. Glenn E. Haas, Chairman, Dept. of Recreation Resources, College of Natr'l Resources, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523
Testimony re: support for the legislation with recommended amendments. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Haas, Glenn E.)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/21
Wilderness Management Subcommittee - Sierra Club, H.R.4325, Nat'l Forest Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4326, Nat'l Parks and Public Lands Wilderness Management Act, H.R. 4327, Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Management Act - Statement of Martin Sorensen, Chairman: Wilderness Management Subcommittee, Sierra Club, Box 422, Golden, CO 80402-0422, before the subcommittee on Nat'l Parks and Public Lands, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, June 23, 1992
Testimony re: Sierra Club's support for this legislation. 1 testimony, 5 p. (Author: Sorensen, Martin)
USFS. FWS. NPS. BLM. Stokes.
1992
13/22
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo to regional foresters re: attached guidelines relating to management activities by State Fish and Wildlife Agencies within wildernesses and primitive areas of the FS and the BLM. The guidelines include fish and wildlife research, fisheries management, wildlife management, and visitor management. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 enclosure, 14 p. (Author: Bond, F. Leroy)
USFS. FWS. BLM. Joy.
1976
13/23
Policies and guidelines for fish and wildlife management in wilderness and primitive areas--FS, BLM, and IAFWA
Memo to regional foresters re: 1976 memo referenced in subject heading re: urging regional foresters to use these guidelines. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Evans, William L.)
USFS. FWS. BLM. Joy.
1978
13/24
Administration of newly established wilderness areas under P.L. 95-237 and P.L. 95-450
Memo to the Director of the BLM that is in response to the director's request for guidance re: the management responsibilities of the BLM for certain lands newly placed in the NWPS, specifically, if the Department of the Interior or the Department of Agriculture should administer the BLM lands. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Cummings, Joseph)
BLM. Stokes.
1979
13/25
Patenting a mining claim on federal lands.
Pamphlet re: basic procedures for patenting a mining claim on federal lands. 1 pamphlet, 12 p. (Author: USDI, BLM)
BLM. Joy.
1970
13/26
Staking a mining claim on federal lands
Pamphlet re: questions and answers re: staking a mining claim on federal lands. 1 pamphlet, 17 p. (Author: USDI, BLM)
BLM. Joy.
1970
13/27
Alaska lawsuit
Memo to Mike Penfold re: state director agreeing that BLM should apply Interim Management Policy to the found not suitable for wilderness in the CAMA RMP. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Snell, Frank)
BLM. Corrigall.
1993
13/28
Proposals for settlement negotiations: American Rivers v Babbitt (Alaska)
Memo to AD, Land and Renewable Resources re: a policy option discussion for litigation currently in progress. Three proposals for negotiating strategy were developed. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Belisle, Harold J.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1993
13/29
Wilderness interim management for the Central Arctic Management Area (CAMA) Lands
Interim management plan which provides background on CAMA, recommendations for CAMA lands protections, and implications of these recommendations. 1 paper, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/30
Wilderness management in Alaska: threats and opportunities
Paper presented to the Alaska Interagency Wilderness Training for Land Managers re: wilderness in Alaska, threats to wilderness in Alaska, wilderness management in Alaska, and the unrealized wilderness opportunities in Alaska. 1 paper, 11 p. (Author: Smith, Allen E.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1994
13/31
Statement of Mat Millenbach, acting chief of staff, office of the assistant secretary for Land and Minerals Management, United States Department of the Interior, before the subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands, committee on Natural Recourses, United States House of Representatives, On H.R. 2080, the Military Land Reform and Reassessment Act of 1993
Testimony re: general support for bill with suggested amendments re: FLPMA 1 testimony, 9 p. (Author: Millenbach, Mat)
BLM. Corrigall.
1994
13/32
Land management concerns about military airspace use.
Paper given at the Western Pacific Regional Airspace Meeting re: concerns the BLM has re: the impacts military use of airspace has on the lands managed by the BLM. 1 paper, 4 p. (Author: Loomis, David)
BLM. Corrigall.
1995
13/33
Interagency agreement between National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Federal Aviation Administration
Report re: the agreement re: over flight issues over public lands signed by Harold W. Becker, Wesley Henry, David L. Olsen, and Keith Corrigall. 1 report, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall
1992
13/34
Interagency agreement between the Bureau of Land Management and the Federal Aviation Administration: navigable airspace over Wilderness Areas
Memo to state directors re: attached report dated 1985-1986 re: the agreement between the BLM and FAA which requires the BLM to provide the FAA with maps of BLM administered wilderness areas, to develop a standardized reporting system for incidents, and to develop training and information programs for the public and for BLM field personnel. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 5 p. (Author: Hecker, Vincent J.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
13/35
Procedures for identifying and reporting low level flights over Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas
Memo to state directors re: attachments that are not with this memo, but the memo still provides procedures for identifying and reporting low level flight incidents over designated Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas. 1 memo, 4 p. (Author: Ondrof, Andrew J.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1987
13/36
Central Arctic Management Area (CAMA) wilderness policy
Memo to the Alaska state director re: the attached draft re: the wilderness review of the Central Arctic Management Area required by Sections 1001 and 1004 of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. The memo suggests deleting Section II, Section IV, and Appendix 3 of the draft along with other recommended changes. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached draft, 3 p. (Author: Lea, George)
BLM. Corrigall.
1981
13/37
Wilderness inventory guidance, report preparation process, and interim management policy 4.5 million acres of public lands in the Central Arctic Management Area, Alaska
Memo to the Alaska state director re: attached final draft of CAMA Wilderness Policy. The draft includes the following sections: CAMA wilderness inventory policy and criteria, CAMA wilderness study policy and criteria, interim management policy for CAMA, and wilderness reporting process for CAMA. 1 draft, 29 p., 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Wolf, Fred)
BLM. Corrigall.
1981
13/38
Federal register Part II Department of the Interior: wilderness study policy; policies, criteria and guidelines for conducting wilderness studies on public lands
Policy which gives notice of the availability of the Final Wilderness Study Policy which describes the policies, criteria and guidelines of the BLM for conducting wilderness studies on the public lands as mandated by the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 on the approximated 24 million acres of public lands identified as wilderness study areas. 1 policy, 24 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Corrigall.
1982
13/39
Historical
These are Corrigall's handwritten notes on BLM's historical role with wilderness, current status of BLM program, IMP, studies, management, short term factors, program components, and current management issues. 1 draft, 4 p. (Author: Corrigall, Keith)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/40
Vision for wilderness management
Paper re: 8 factors in the vision for wilderness management. They are as follows: wilderness is a full partner in the multiple use mission, wilderness is managed for its conservation, scientific and other non-recreational values, visitors are offered quality wilderness rec. experiences, each wilderness is recognized as part of the NWPS, the BLM maintains a leadership role in wilderness management, conservation and user groups are involved in wilderness management, excellent wilderness education and awareness programs are reaching wilderness users and the public, and a field workforce is in place. 1 paper, 6 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/41
Wilderness management of public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management: past, present and future
Speech re: background on BLM wilderness lands, current status of BLM wilderness lands, inventory, interim protection and management, reporting of potential wilderness lands, evolution of wilderness management policy, near-term vision for BLM wilderness program, and long-term vision for BLM wilderness program. 1 speech, 12 p. There are 2 attached drafts of this same speech. (Author: Dombeck, Mike)
BLM. Corrigall.
1994
13/42
Issue paper: buffer zone language in the Great Rift Wilderness Bill
Paper re: the inclusion of section 4 in the draft Great Rift wilderness bill (Idaho). The provision would prohibit the creation of protective perimeters or buffer zones around any wilderness area. 1 paper, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Corrigall.
?
13/43
Air force communication sites in Wilderness Study Areas: request for secretarial decision
Memo to the secretary re: the Department of Army, Corps of Engineers filing right-of-way applications for eight communication sites to be used in support of electronic combat training in southern Nevada in which two of the sites are in BLM wilderness. Attached is an issue summary and analysis of alternatives. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached paper, 3 p. (Author: Director, BLM)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/44
Chronology of wilderness legislation
List tracing the major events that led to the enactment of the BLM wilderness study provision in FLPMA and that defined the wilderness policy now in effect in other land-managing agencies of the Federal government. 1 list, 3 p. (Author: Alderson, George)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/45
Notification of proposed actions in designated wilderness areas and wilderness study areas
Memo to state directors re: guidance in informing affected and interested publics of any proposed actions within lands under wilderness review and designated wilderness. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Burford, Robert)
BLM. Corrigall.
1985
13/46
Issue paper
Paper re: special use permits for BLM designated wilderness areas. 1 paper, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/47
Legislative history of mineral survey requirement.
Memo to Keith Corrigall re: mineral survey provision in the Wilderness Act. Not sure who the author of memo is. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: , George)
BLM. Corrigall.
1985
13/48
Policy on acquisition of non-Federal in-holdings in Wilderness Areas
Memo to all state directors re: the public interest and the acquisition of in-holdings within the designated wilderness area. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Director, BLM)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
13/49
Analysis and recommendations for non-Federal holdings within Wilderness Study Areas
Memo to state directors re: guidance re: Congress' interest in the relative values of both the non-Federal mineral and surface estate acreages within wilderness study areas and the restoration of the split estate lands to wilderness study status. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Director, BLM)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
13/50
Access to nonfederally owned land surrounded by public land managed under the authority of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA)
Memo to all field officials re: policy and guidance re: BLM's role in providing access to nonfederally owned land and ANILCA's applicability. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Parker, James M.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1985
13/51
Wilderness review and valid existing rights.
Memo to all Washington office officials and state directors re: enclosures that are not with this memo. This memo is re: the interpretation of FLPMA in terms of oil and gas leases, mining claims, and rights. 1 memo, 3 p. (Author: Petty, Arnold E.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1981
13/52
Wilderness management policy comparison: Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service
This chart compares the present wilderness management policy in general application by each of the Federal land management agencies. 1 chart, 10 p. (Author: Porter,)
USFS. BLM. NPS. FWS. Corrigall.
1981
13/53
Letter with no addressee dated January 14, 1993.
Letter re: whether or not rangers can issue citations for cross-country use of bicycles in Wilderness Study Areas. 1 letter, 1 p. 1 attached CFR, 4 p. (Author: Harmon, Dave)
BLM. Corrigall.
1993
13/54
Application of the manageability criterion in wilderness studies
Memo to all state directors re: what manageability and how it is determined, adjustments to the original WSA boundary, buffer zones, access to non-Federal in-holdings, mining and mineral leasing issues affecting manageability, and grazing and manageability issues. 1 memo, 6 p. (Author: McClure, Beaumont C.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1982
13/55
Question: how is manageability determined?
Q and A re: response to question of how manageability is determined. 1 Q and A, 1 p., 1 attached map, 2 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
13/56
Bicycles in Wilderness Study Areas
Handwritten notes on the issue of bicycles in WSA's, their background, recommendations for CFR to include bicycles as ORV's, and recommendations in terms of wilderness resource. 1 draft, 1 p. (Author: Corrigall, Keith)
BLM. Corrigall.
undated
14/57
Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
Excerpt from BLM manual re: chapter 3: guidelines for specific activities, specifically, recreation, with emphasis on off-road vehicles. 1 manual, 4 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Corrigall.
1987
14/58
Off-road vehicle designations in Wilderness Study Areas
Memo to all state directors re: appropriate procedures for off-road vehicle designation in Wilderness Study Areas. The attachment summarizes the major sections in the IMP which apply to ORV use within WSA's. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached summary, 1 p. (Author: O'Neal, David C.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/59
Briefing summary: airspace management
Summary on actions taken by the Air Force re: effects on land, air, waters or creatures. Attached is an interagency agreement between the office of aircraft services, FWS, BLM, USFS, BIA, and the NPS. 1 paper, 2 p. 1 attached draft, 5 p. (Author: unknown)
USFS. BLM. FWS. NPS. Corrigall.
undated
14/60
United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Idaho, Boise District
This is a notice of closure order on use of aircraft in the Snake River Birds of Prey Natural Area and Study Area. 1 directive, 3 p. (Author: Bibles, D. Dean)
BLM. Corrigall.
1978
14/61
Prohibition of mineral leasing in Wilderness Areas.
Memo to all state directors re: appropriated funds involving mineral leasing in wilderness areas. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached excerpt from the congressional record, 1 p. (Author: Parker, James M.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/62
Mineral leases in Wilderness Study Areas.
Memo to all state directors re: guidance in post-FLPMA mineral leases. The attached memo is re: BLM's responsibility because of FLPMA to manage WSA lands under lease in a non-impairing manner. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Parker, James M.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/63
Minerals management in designated wilderness areas.
Memo to all Washington office officials and state directors re: the enclosed memo of the Departmental Solicitor's opinion dated October 19, 1981, which interprets certain provisions of the Wilderness Act of 1964 relating to minerals management. There is also guidance for the implementation of certain wilderness act sections. 1 memo, 3 p., 1 attached memo, 7 p. (Author: Parker, James M.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1982
14/64
Post-FLPMA oil and gas leases within designated wilderness
Memo to the New Mexico state director re: guidance in the proposed oil and gas drilling by Hixson Development Corporation within the De-na-zin Wilderness. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached newsletter, 1 p. (Author: Oden, Hillary)
BLM. Corrigall.
1989
14/65
Post-FLPMA oil and gas leases located within designated wilderness
Memo to the state director re: reviewed section 603 of the FLPMA, the Wilderness Act, the IMP, the Wilderness Management Policy, and the Wilderness Management Regulations at 43 CFR 8560 as they can be related to the Hixson Development Corporation application for a permit to drill in the De-na-zin Wilderness. 1 memo, 2 p. with 3 attachments. (Author: Jordan, Monte G.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1989
14/66
Post-FLPMA oil and gas leases in designated wilderness areas
Memo to the New Mexico state director re: the request of opinion of the office of solicitor re: rights associated with certain oil and gas leases and the BLM's responsibilities now that those leases are within designated wilderness areas, as such is defined in the Wilderness Act. 1 memo, 5 p. (Author: Manges, Gayle E.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1989
14/67
Post-Federal Land Policy and Management Act oil and gas leases located in designated wilderness areas
Memo to the New Mexico state director re: attached analysis re: what rights, if any, the lessees of these oil and gas leases have following wilderness designation in the De-na-zin Wilderness. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached analysis, 3 p. (Author: Woodard, Larry L.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1989
14/68
Letter to the Honorable Malcolm Wallop
Letter re: access to mining claims after January 1, 1984, policy after this date, and the number of mining claims currently in wilderness. Attached is a letter from Glenn Magill to Ray Brady re: an existing mining claim that Magill argues should not be terminated with January 1 deadline. Attached is a letter to Magill from Donald A. Van Driel re: the notice of the termination of the mining claim. Attached is a memo to regional foresters from J. B. Hilmon re: Forest Service policy after 1983 re: wilderness mining claims. 1 letter, 2 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Peterson, R. Max)
BLM. USFS. Corrigall.
1982
14/69
Comparison of Bureau of Land Management Wilderness regulations
Chart which shows comparison between management of designated wilderness areas in February 1985 and management of designated wilderness areas as of December 14, 2000 within the BLM. 1 chart, 15 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Pavek.
2000
14/70
Final policy and guidelines for cultural resource management in designated wilderness areas
Memo to state directors re: attached final policy and guidelines for cultural resource management in designated wilderness areas. The intent is to assist in guiding day-to-day management of cultural resources in wilderness areas. 1 memo, 2 p., 1 attached policy, 15 p. (Author: Corrigall, Keith)
BLM. Corrigall.
1990
14/71
The dynamic of wilderness
Speech given at the Regional Wilderness Training course which traces the wilderness dynamic in American history. 1 speech, 12 p. (Author: Henry, Wes)
BLM. Pavek.
1996
14/72
Wilderness management policy
Policy re: management policy for BLM-administered wilderness, guidelines for specific activities, and implementation of the wilderness management policy. 1 policy, 36 p. 1 copy is attached. (Author: BLM.)
BLM. Barns.
1981
14/73
Draft Bisti Wilderness management plan
Draft to Chief, Division of Recreation, Cultural, and Wilderness Resources from Carl Barnum, Paleontology Program Staff Specialist re: Barna's objections to this document with his comments keyed to the draft. 1 draft, 4 p. (Author: Barna, Carl)
BLM. Pavek.
?
14/74
Letter to Keith Corrigall
Letter re: objections to the paleo section of the BWA DRAFT. 1 letter, 3 p. (Author: Barna, Carl)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/75
Reconnaissance, surface collection, and excavation of fossil resources
Memo to director which outlines the guidelines Jordan is proposing to use in processing applications to surface collect and/or excavate fossil resources in New Mexico. 1 memo, 5 p., 2 copies are attached. (Author: Jordan, Monte)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/76
Permits for paleontological research on public lands in New Mexico
Memo to the New Mexico state director re: guidance in accounting for the effects that paleontological exploration and fossil removal might have on wilderness and cultural resources and the program interests. 1 memo, 5 p. 1 copy is attached (Author: Corrigall, Keith)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/77
Interim guidelines on Paleontological permitting on public lands in New Mexico
Memo to DM's and AM's re: implementation procedures for processing permits for paleontological research which are appropriate for local conditions in New Mexico. Attached is the NM BLM Interim Guidelines governing the issuance of paleontological reconnaissance with limited surface collection permits and the NM BLM Interim Guidelines governing the issuance of paleotological excavation permits. 1 memo, 1 p. 1 attached policy, 2 p., 1 attached policy, 3 p. (Author: Jordan, Monte G.)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/78
New Mexico memo on paleontology and wilderness and Bisti Wilderness Plan
Memo to Chief, Division of Recreation, Cultural, and Wilderness Resources re: requested recommendations for the Bisti Plan. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Barna, Carl)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986
14/79
Wilderness inventory handbook
Policy, direction, procedures, and guidance for conducting wilderness inventory on the public lands. 1 manual, 30 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1978
14/80
Summary of the Bureau of Land Management's wilderness management policy
Document provides a general understanding of how the BLM will be managing designated wilderness areas. It is based on the BLM Wilderness Management Policy. 1 policy, 2 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1988
14/81
H-8550-1: Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
This handbook provides the specific policies and procedures for managing public lands administered by the BLM which are under wilderness review. This replaces the red book. 1 policy, 49 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1995
14/82
Federal register: Part II Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management
Interim management policy and guidelines for land under wilderness review. 1 policy, 19 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1979
14/83
Federal register: 7-12-83, Vo. 48, No. 134.
Notice of change to the interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review. 1 policy, 3 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1983
14/84
8550 - Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
This is a new manual section which provides the conceptual framework and specific policy for managing public lands which are under wilderness review. 1 policy, 9 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1987
14/85
H-8550-1- Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
Handbook provides conceptual framework and specific policy for managing public lands which are under wilderness review. It incorporates all Solicitor's opinions, instruction memoranda, and policy guidance, past and present, that are applicable to the management of BLM administered wilderness study areas. 1 policy, 56 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1987
14/86
Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
These are comparison pages of the original version (December 12, 1979) and the revised version (July 12, 1983). 1 chart, 23 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1983
14/87
Revisions to the 8560 manual Management of Designated Wilderness Areas relating to fire management policy
Memo to AD-400, SDs, SCD, Director, OFandA. This memo reissues the fire management policy and includes a few minor updates. Attached are the revisions. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached manual excerpt, 4 p. (Author: Director)
BLM. Pavek.
1996
14/88
Monumentation of designated wilderness area boundaries
Memo to the director re: official policy for monumentation requirements on boundaries of BLM designated wilderness areas. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached logo, 2 p. (Author: Almand, J. David)
BLM. Pavek.
1992
14/89
Revisions to handbook 8560-1 management of designated wilderness areas relating to boundary setbacks
Memo to all state directors re: the RS 2477 road issue and road setback requirements. 1 memo, 2 p. (Author: Penfold, Michael J.)
BLM. Pavek.
1991
14/90
H-8560-1 - Management of designated wilderness areas.
This is a supplement to the wilderness management policy found in Manual Section 8560. This places several previously issued and extended Instruction memorandums containing wilderness management policy guidance as a permanent part of the BlM's management system. 1 policy, 11 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1988
14/91
8561- Wilderness management plans
This is a new Manual Section which provides policy and instructions for preparing, reviewing, approving, and implementing wilderness management plans. 1 policy, 18 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1984
14/92
Wilderness review on withdrawn lands
Memo to all state directors, except Alaska re: guidance in determining whether or not withdrawn lands will fall under the requirements for wilderness review. 1 memo, 3 p., 1 attached letter, 1 p., 1 attached memo, 1 p. (Author: Petty, Arnold E.)
BLM. Pavek.
1980
14/93
Final report on fire management policy
Report re: establishment of the National Fire Management Policy Review Team, concerns and views, policy options, Federal fire policies, history and experience with natural fire programs, findings, recommendations, and issues needing further analysis. 1 report, 32 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1989
14/94
Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
Policy re: management policy for lands under wilderness review, implementation of the interim management policy, and guidelines for specific activities. 1 policy, 33 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1979
14/95
Sample record of decision/wilderness study report.
Memo to all state directors, except Eastern state offices re: the attached Record of Decision/Wilderness Study Report for use as a model in the preparation of wilderness study reports. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached report, 24 p. (Author: Stepanek, Dean)
BLM. Pavek.
1987
14/96
Principles of wilderness management
Paper re: understanding the wilderness resource, understanding the application of management principles, and understanding the use of the management principles in decision making. 1 paper, 7 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Pavek.
undated
14/97
Wilderness in the Bureau of Land Management.
Paper re: the historical role of wilderness in the BLM. 1 paper, 6 p. (Author: Jarvis, Jeff)
BLM. Pavek.
undated
14/98
8550- Interim management policy and guidelines for lands under wilderness review
This is a Manual Section that provides the conceptual framework and specific policy for managing public lands administered by the BLM which are under wilderness review. This Manual Section replaces the previous Manual Section by the same title issued November 10, 1987, as Manual Release 8-35. 1 policy, 6 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1995
14/99
H-6310-1 - Wilderness inventory and study procedures.
This is a handbook that provides the specific policy, general procedures, and guidance for wilderness inventories under the provisions of Section 201 of the FLPMA and the designation of Wilderness Study Areas under the provisions of Section 202 of the FLPMA. 1 policy, 26 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
2001
14/100
Interim management policy and guidelines for wilderness study areas: DRAFT
Draft re: management policy for wilderness study areas, how to evaluate proposed activities, and guidelines for specific activities. 1 draft, 16 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1979
14/101
Federal register: vol. 44, no. 39
Excerpt from the 1979 Federal Register re: draft interim management plan for Wilderness Study Areas. 1 policy, 10 p. (Author: BLM)
BLM. Pavek.
1979
14/102
BLM interactive town hall meeting
Remarks re: the BLM land conservation mission. 1 speech, 5 p. (Author: Babbitt, Bruce)
BLM. Pavek.
2000
14/103
Alaska wilderness reviews
Memo to the Director of the BLM re: ANILCA and the decision for there to be no further wilderness inventory, review, study or consideration by the BLM in Alaska. 1 memo, 1 p. (Author: Watt, James)
BLM. Pavek.
1981
14/104
Chronology for the Bureau of Land Management's Interim Management Policy for lands under wilderness review
Chronology showing the events re: the BLM's Interim Management Policy for lands under wilderness review from January 12, 1979 to July 5, 1995. 1 timeline, 1 p. (Author: unknown)
BLM. Pavek.
undated
14/105
Letter to the Honorable Henry M. Jackson, Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Letter in response to S. 1010, a bill To amend the Wilderness Act… re: that the Mineral Leasing Act of 1973 be included in this amendment. 1 letter, 2 p. (Author: Wakefield, Stephen)
BLM. Pavek.
1973
14/106
Permitted activities on Alaska Refuge Unites of the wilderness system
Memo the associate director, FW Resources re: permitted activities inn 8 coastal-island bird refuges. The attached letter is re: the renewal of a grazing lease on Simenof Island. 1 memo, 1 p., 1 attached letter, 2 p. (Author: Redfeam, Don E.)
FWS. BLM. USDI.
1977
15/107
Utah wilderness inventory
This report inventories all wilderness areas in Utah presenting the findings in the follwing ctaegories: 1) inventory unit acres, 2) unit description, 3) wilderness characteristics and 4) inventory unit map. 1 report, 142 p. (Author: BLM.)
BLM.
1999
14/108
Wilderness management of public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management: past, present, and future
This lecture was a part of the Distinguished Wilderness Resources Lectures hosted by the University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center. The theme of the current series of Distinguished Wilderness Resource Lectures has been the wilderness potential of public lands managed by the four wilderness managing aganecies and visions of how that potential can be realized. Dombeck offers the BLM perspective. 1 lecture, 19 p. (Author: Dombeck, Micheal.)
BLM.
1995
14/109
Wilderness resource management
Notes which appear to be talking points for a lecture. There is a summary of the Wilderness Act, an interpretation of Section 603 of FLPMA, statistics on the NWPS, and a brief description of the BLM wilderness program with discussion on inventory, interim protection and management, studies, and management. 1 handwritten notes, 10 p. (Author: Corrigall, Keith)
BLM. Corrigall.
1986

Series II:  Additional Wilderness History Materials, Return to Top

5.0 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
17
Contents of notebook labeled “This was my personal reference book for wilderness that was at my fingertips in the offices of R-1, R-5, R-9 and W.O.”
17
"Personal Reference"
17
Recreation
17
Recreation Seminar - Spokane
1971
18
Recreation References, publications
18
Recreation References, reports and papers
19
Backcountry Policy
19
Wilderness Legislation
19
Wilderness Information – Legislative History – Public Law 88-577; S-4
20
Multiple Use and Land Use Planning
20
Wilderness Designation / Purpose
20
Wilderness History
20
General Wilderness Information
21
Wilderness and General References
21
Wilderness-related Articles
1961-1981 and undated
21
Wilderness References - Magazine Articles
21
Magazines and Journals, 1989
22
Wilderness and Wild Areas - RARE I and RARE II
22
RARE II - Detail and Proposed Wilderness Names
23
101 Wilderness Laws: Milestones and Management Direction in Wilderness Legislation 1964-1987
23
Selected Bibliography of Wilderness Literature
ca. 1975
23
Forest History Society Wilderness Bibliography
1999
23
Wilderness Case Law for Non-lawyers (University of Montana Thesis)
1999
23
Papers and Presentations by Others
1963-1969
23
Papers and Presentations by Others
1970-1979
23
Papers and Presentations by Others
1980-1984
23
Papers and Presentations by Others
1985-1989
23
Papers and Presentations by Charles R. "Dick" Joy
1968-1974 and undated
24
Papers, Correspondence, etc.
1925-1957
24
Papers, Correspondence, etc.
1970-1979
24
Papers, Correspondence, etc.
1980-1989
24
Papers, Correspondence, etc.
undated
24
Miscellaneous
24
Wilderness-related Pamphlets
1958-1989
24
Wilderness-related Maps
1987-1989
25
Managing America’s Enduring Wilderness Resource: A Conference, Conference planning materials and published proceedings, 1989
26
Conference on National Forest Wilderness
1964
26
Wilderness Management Workshop
1983
26
National Wilderness Research Conference
1985
26
Wilderness Management Seminar
1985
26
4th World Wilderness Congress
1987
27
Wilderness Management Handbook, Volumes 1 - 4
1988
28
Wilderness Management Handbook, Volume 5
1988
29

Series III:  Project Administration Records, 2000-2003Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
30/1
Correspondence
2000-2001
30/2
Database reports, drafts
2001 and undated
30/3
Feedback on project and follow-up, correspondence
2000-2002
30/4
Grant Information and project description
2002-2003
30/5
Praise for project, correspondence
2001
30/6
Project pamphlets and drafts
undated
30/7
Project rough draft description for grant writing purposes
undated
30/8
Project Tasks Lists
June 2002
30/9
Project Tasks Lists
undated
30/10
Publications announcing project, information regarding announcements
2001
30/11
Publications with project announcements, publications and floppy disk
2001
30/12
Summary of Wilderness Policy History Database
October 2001
30/13
Type ID list and database sample
2001
31/1
Policy History Project Forest Service Documents Hard Copy, binder
2002
31/2
Mailing information and sample letter, binder
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Wilderness areas--Government policy -- United States--History.
  • Wilderness areas--United States -- Management--History.
  • Corporate Names :
  • United States. Wilderness Act.
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center.
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
    • United States. Bureau of Land Management.
    • United States. Forest Service.
    • United States. National Park Service.