Dallas Eklund was an angler and advocate for wildlife conservation in the Flathead Lake region of western Montana. The Dallas Eklund Papers includes correspondence, reports, and clippings relating to regional environmental issues from the 1950s through the early-1990s, including the creation of the Great Bear Wilderness.
The Montana Conservation Council was an organization founded in 1948 to educate Montanans about wise use of natural resources. The collection contains the organization's correspondence, governance documents, newsletters, clippings, and photographs that document its interests in soils, forests, wildlife, reclamation efforts, the work of women (including garden clubs and women's clubs), range management, and conservation education.
This collection contains papers created and compiled by Pengelly representing his career in wildlife management and conservation. They include correspondence, speeches and writings, research papers, teaching papers, service papers, photographs and papers from Pengelly’s service on the Montana Fish and Game Commission and as president of The Wildlife Society.