John Freemuth Papers, 1942-2020, bulk 1980-2020

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Freemuth, John C. (John Carter)
Title
John Freemuth Papers
Dates
1942-2020, bulk 1980-2020 (inclusive)
Quantity
10 linear feet, (10 boxes; 1 hanging folder)
Collection Number
MSS 384
Summary
John C. Freemuth was a professor, scholar, and expert on public lands and policy. The collection consists of articles, reports, writing projects, research notes, conference materials, awards, and coursework and activities from his career while a professor at Boise State University from 1986-2020.
Repository
Boise State University Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
1910 University Drive
Boise ID
83725
Telephone: 2084263990
archives@boisestate.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is available for research.

Languages
English

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Born in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, on June 19, 1950, to John Lincoln Freemuth and Doris Mae Ashmore, John Carter Freemuth was a professor, scholar, and expert on public lands. At a young age, his family relocated to the Bay Area of California. After graduating from Pomona College in 1972, he earned his Master's degree at Claremont Graduate School in 1975. In the decade that followed, John's careers included summers as a Park Ranger at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Interim Head Coach for Pomona's Cross Country team, EMT, and IRS Officer. Under the tutelage of Dr. Philip Foss, John earned his PhD from Colorado State University in 1986. He soon accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Boise State University in 1986. In 1987, John married Sheri Zumwalt. They had their first son, Kenton, in 1992 and their second son, Andrew, in 1997.

John's extensive research interests ranged from public land policy, sage-grouse, ecosystem management, national parks, forest and fire management, and the role of science within policy and politics. Many sought John for his expertise, which is reflected in the numerous conferences and speaking engagements he attended as well as his written accomplishments. From articles, chapters, and books, John created an impressive list of published works. His accomplishments were recognized by many as he was awarded a CASE Professor of the Year, a BSU Distinguished Professor, and the Cecil D. Andrus Endowed Chair of the Environment and Public Lands. John continued to be a professor at Boise State University until his death in 2020.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The John Freemuth Papers contains materials relating to John's work with environmental and public policy issues and teaching at Boise State University. This includes John's personal writing projects, research notes, conference materials, coursework, and awards along with articles, magazines, and reports used for research. The collection also contains several boxes of annotated books he used in his work, which are listed on a separate inventory list.The bulk of the collection dates from 1980-2020, correlating to John's PhD program and career at Boise State. There are various books, book chapters, and articles that have publication dates prior to 1980; however, many of them are copies made at unknown, later dates.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item description], John Freemuth Papers, Box [number], Folder [number], Boise State University Special Collections and Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Research and Writing ProjectsReturn to Top

The series contains articles, book chapters, reports, research and interview notes, and John's publications. The series is particularly strong in showcasing John's extensive research interests through various articles, book chapters, reports, and correspondence. Topics include, but are not limited to, public lands, federal land management, sage-grouse, ecosystem management, fire management and policy, water rights, and the role of science within policy, politics, and decision making. The research notes indicate both his research interests and provide insight on how he prepared for writing projects, conferences, and speaking engagements. The series contains both drafts and completed copies of some of his published work.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Photographs
1 2
Research Interviews
1993-1994
1 3
Research Notes
1 4
Research/Speaking Engagement Notes
1 5
Research/Speaking Engagement Notes
1 6
Research/Speaking Engagement Notes
1 7
Research/Speaking Engagement Notes
1 8
Writing Projects: Islands Under Siege
1988-1989
1 9
Writing Projects: "Science and the Public: The Politics of Ecosystem Management
1 10
Writing Projects: Yellowstone, land management, ecosystem management
1 11
Writing Projects: Yellowstone, ecosystem management, Progressive conservation movement
2001-2007
1 12
Writing Projects: Works with Steven Knicks, "Foreword"
2007-2011
1 13
Writing Projects: "Climate Change, Fire, and Our Public Lands," Draft and Sources
2008-2009; 2004
1 14
Writing Projects: Submission Responses
2008-2009
1 15
Writing Projects: Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, "Public Lands Access and Management" Submission
2011
1 16
Writing Projects: Guide to U.S. Environmental Policy, Chapter Nine
2013
1 17
Writing Projects: Work with Robert McGreggor Cawley
1 18
Book Review, Beyond Naturalness, David Cole and Laurie Yung (editors)
2010-2011
1 19
Book Review, The Orphaned Land: New Mexico's Environment Since the Manhattan Project, V.B. Price
2011
1 20
Book Review, The Size of the Risk: Histories of Multiple Use in the Great Basin, Leisl Carr Childers
2015-2016
1 21
"The National Parks: Political Versus Professional Determinants of Policy," John Freemuth
1989
1 22
"Tree Farms, Mother Earth, and Other Dilemmas: The Politics of Ecosystem Management in Greater Yellowstone," John Freemuth and R. McGreggor Cawley
1992
1 23
"The Emergence of Ecosystem Management: Reinterpreting the Gospel?," John Freemuth
1995
1 24
House Committee on Natural Resources-Testimony
2019
1 25
"Wilderness Considered," Document Reader Sources
1 26
Conservation Movement- Progressives
1 27
International Union for Conservation of Nature-World Conservation Congress, Hawaii
2015-2016
1 28
Conservation Policy
1 29
Science in Policy and Politics, Robert T. Lackey
2011-2014
1 30
Science in Policy and Politics
2003-2012
1 31
Science in Policy and Politics
2004-2012
1 32
Keystone XL Pipeline Project: Key Issues
2012
1 33
Nuclear Waste, Idaho National Laboratory
2015
1 34
Leonard White, "The Administrative Theories of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson"
1944
1 35
The Echo Park Controversy, Owen Stratton and Phillip Sirotkin
1959
1 36
Phillip O. Foss Papers
1969-1981
1 37
Controversy over Grand Canyon National Park Boundary
1973-1975; 2006
1 38
The Semisovereign People: A Realist's View of Democracy in America, E.E. Schattschneider
1975
1 39
"Bromides for Public Managers," Gordon Chase
1980
1 40
Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA)
1994
2 1
Idaho Administrative Procedure Act
1999
2 2
Law Reviews
2002-2013
2 3
National Landscape Conservation System, The Wilderness Society
2006
2 4
"Outstanding Resource Water Nominations Report", John Freemuth
2006
2 5
History and Analysis of Federally Administered Lands in Idaho, Jay O'Laughlin, Wyatt R. Hundrup, and Philip S. Cook
1998
2 6
Boise River Wildlife Linkage Partnership Action Plan
2010-2011
2 7
Water Reports and Policies-Boise, Treasure Valley, and Idaho
2006-2014
2 8
Stibnite Gold Project, Midas Gold
2019
2 9
Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, Great Basin CESU, USGS Grant Application
2014-2015
2 10
USGS, GAP Analysis
2020
2 11
Wildlife Management
2004-2014; 1969
2 12
Wildlife Management in the National Parks, Aldo Leopold
1963
2 13
Maintaining Ecological Integrity in Representative Reserve Networks, World Wildlife Fund, Reed Noss
1995
2 14
Sage Grouse
2004-2007
2 15
Sage Grouse
2010-2011
2 16
Sage Grouse
2012-2013
2 17
Sage Grouse
2014-2018
2 18
Sage Grouse, BLM's NTT Report, Megan Maxwell
2013
2 19
Endangered Species
2006-2014; 1999
2 20
Endangered Species Update 10, No. 3 and 4
1993
2 21
Public Lands
2 22
Public Lands
2 23
"A Federal Public Lands Agenda for the 21st Century," Executive Summary
2008
2 24
Transfer of Public Lands, Laws and Policies
2012-2015
2 25
Grazing on Public Lands
2 26
Cliven Bundy and Public Lands
2014-2015
2 27
Reports: PERC Public Land Report
2017-2020
2 28
Mountain Biking in National Monuments, Parks, and Forests
2011
2 29
Sagebrush Rebellions
2 30
Helpless Giants: The National Parks and the Regulation of Private Lands, Joseph Sax
1976
2 31
Bureau of Land Management
2 32
"Project Twenty-Twelve," Department of Interior, BLM
1960
2 33
Multiple-Use Management
1995
2 34
Ecosystem Management
1994-2008
2 35
Landscape Management
2009-2013
3 1
Report of the Sawtooth Area Land Use Advisory Board to Congressman Larry Craig of Idaho
1988
3 2
Sawtooth National Recreation Area- National Park Proposal Information
3 3
Proposed Sawtooth National Park National Recreation Area Complex
1975
3 4
Proposed Sawtooth - Proposed Plan and Study
1975
3 5
Jurisdictional Responsibilities in Managing Public Recreational Areas, Department of Agriculture and Department of Interior
1963
3 6
Report: CRS Report for Congress, National Recreation Areas, George H. Siehl
1988
3 7
Antiquities Act/National Monuments
3 8
National Parks Service
3 9
America's National Parks: Their Principles, Purposes, and Prospects, Joseph L. Sax
1976
3 10
Report: A Report by the Advisory Committee to the National Park Service on Research
1963
3 11
"Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem," House of Representatives subcommittee meeting
1985
3 12
Yellowstone National Park
1991-1994
3 13
Yosemite Valley-Maps
3 14
National Museum of Forest Service History
2010-2016
3 15
Forest Service, Columbia Basin
1998-2007
3 16
Forest Service, "The Process Predicament: How Statutory, Regulatory, and Administrative Factors Affect National Forest Management"
2002
3 17
"Integrating Mission Accomplishment with Safety at the US Forest Service," Discussion Draft
2007
3 18
Forest Fires- Fire Policy and Management
1994-1995; 2005
3 19
Forest Fires- Fire Policy and Management
2012-2016
3 20
Western Governors' Association, National Forest and Rangeland Management Initiative
2017
3 21
Federal Agencies and Decision Making
3 22
CRS Reports, Federal Land Ownership
2007-2017
3 23
Federal Land Management
2008-2014
3 24
Federal Lands-Ecological Systems
1999-2014
3 25
Report: Federal Resource Lands and Their Neighbors, William E. Shands
1979
3 26
Federal Land Grants
3 27
Transfer of Federal Land Management, Idaho, Draft Proposal
1996
5 1
Water Policy and Issues
2001-2014; 1972
5 2
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge- Ammon Bundy Occupation
2016-2017
5 3
Forest Service
1992-2014; 1979
5 4
Environmentalism
2003-2011
5 5
Climate Change/Scientific Knowledge
2003-2011
Unknown
Idaho Primitive Area Map
1959
Unknown
Sawtooth National Recreation Area and Jerry Peak Wilderness Additions Act poster
2015

CoursesReturn to Top

The series contains reading materials, class activities, and syllabi from courses John taught while a professor at Boise State University from 1986-2020.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 28
Class Activity, Operation Wilderness: An Exercise in Negotiating Natural Resource Issues
3 29
Class Activity, Operation Wilderness: An Exercise in Negotiating Natural Resource Issues
3 30
Class Activity, Rational Decision Making: Exercise 16
3 31
Courses: Political Science 101
2005
3 32
Courses: Political Science 101
2011
4 1
Courses: Political Science 101
2011
4 2
Courses: Environmental Studies-Curriculum
2011
4 3
Courses: Environmental Politics
2012
4 4
Courses: Seminar in Environmental Policy and Administration
2013
4 5
Courses: Seminar in Environmental Policy and Administration
2015
4 6
Courses: Political Analysis and Public Administration
4 7
Courses: Public Land Policy
4 8
Syllabi

Conferences and Speaking EngagementsReturn to Top

The conference series contains materials from conferences and speaking engagements that John attended, facilitated, and/or participated in. Materials include conference agendas and proceedings; correspondences between John and the hosting associations; John's notes and materials for his presentations; and thank you notes and letters to John from hosting associations and groups. The series is particularly strong in conference materials from 2000-2019.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 9
Conferences and Speaking Engagements
2011
4 10
Conferences and Speaking Engagements
2012
4 11
Conferences and Speaking Engagements
2013-2014
4 12
Conferences and Speaking Engagements
2016
4 13
Conferences and Speaking Engagements
2017-2020
4 14
Speaking Engagement: "Getting Ecosystem Management Done," Notes
4 15
Speaking Engagement: Sawtooth Humanities Talk, Warm Lake, Notes
1988
4 16
Speaking Engagement: BLM's Public Affairs Workshop, Notes
1990
4 17
Conferences: "An Introduction to Our Public Land Decision Making Policies," Frank Church Conference on Public Affairs
1990
4 18
Conferences: "The Changing Environment," University of Wyoming, Notes
1993
4 19
Conferences: "Why the Forest Service is on the Block," Notes
1993
4 20
Conferences: Grand Canyon: Toward a Geography of Hope, Grand Canyon Trust, National Park Service
1994
4 21
Conferences: "Public Land Policy Today," Conference on Range Reform, Notes
1995
4 22
Conferences: "National Environment Policy Act," Notes
1996
4 23
Conferences: Trus MacMillan, 1998 Environmental Seminar, Notes
1998
4 24
Conferences: All Employee's Day, Forest Service, Notes
1999
4 25
Conferences: Tribalism, Social Change, and Environmental Quality
2003
4 26
Conferences: USFS Ogden, Notes
2005
4 27
Conferences: Idaho Environmental Summit, Notes
2007
4 28
Conferences: Public Land Law: A Federal Lands Agenda for the 21st Century, Options for the New Administration
2008
4 29
Conferences: "Going Along with the Flow: Climate Change, Water, and Politics," Notes
2009
4 30
Conferences: Idaho Energy Collaborative, Notes
2011
4 31
Conferences: AAAS, "Science Policy/Science Informing Policy," Notes
2012
4 32
Conferences: Northwest Natural Resource Forum, Notes
2013
4 33
Speaking Engagement: "Exploring the Layout of the Political Landscape," Idaho Cattle Association Summer Round-up, Notes
2014
4 34
Conferences: Smoke Management in the Northwest, Notes
2015
4 35
Conferences: Western Invasive Weed Summit, Evaluations
2015
4 36
Conferences: "Transfer of Public Lands," Utah State Bar Convention, Notes
2015
4 37
Conferences: Society of Environmental Journalists, Colorado State University, Notes
2019

Awards and AccoladesReturn to Top

The series contains plaques, a medallion, and nominations pertaining to the numerous awards and accolades John received during his extensive career and service.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 38
Awards and Accolades
4 39
American Society for Public Administration, Outstanding Service Award
1994
4 40
"Coach for a Game" Awards, Boise State University
1995
4 41
BSU Foundation Scholar Award
2001
4 42
Awards and Accolades
Unknown
Idaho Professor of the Year Award
2001
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
6
Saving All the Parts: Reconciling Economics and the Endangered Species Act by Rocky Barker
1993
6
Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water by Marc Reisner
1993
6
Tending Fire: Coping with America's Wildland Fires by Stephen J. Pyne
2004
6
The Politics of the Earth: Environmental Discourses by John S. Dryzek
2005
6
Forest Service Planning: Accommodating Uses, Producing Outputs, and Sustaining Ecosystems
1992-02
6
The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America by Timothy Egan
2009
6
Idaho Wilderness Considered Edited by Murray Feldman and Jennifer Emery Davidson
2016
6
Freedom of Speech and Press in Early American History: Legacy of Suppression by Leonard W. Levy
1963
6
The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism: Mankind and Climate Change Mania by Steve Goreham
2016
6
Mastering Public Administration: From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo by Brian R. Fry and Jos C.N. Raadschedlers
2008
6
The Keystone National Policy Dialogue on Ecosystem Management, Final Report
1996-10
6
Reclaiming NEPA's Potential: Can Collaborative Processes Improve Environmental Decision Making? Report from a March 1999 workshop on the National Environmental Policy Act
2000-03
6
Environmental Law: Adaptable to courses utilizing Findley and Farber's casebook on Environmental Law, Edited by Norman S. Goldenberg, Peter Tenen, and Robert J. Switzer
1982
6
Boise's Water: The Private Side of Public Works by Robert T. Kent
2007
6
Project Bold: Alternatives for Utah Land Consolidation and Exchange
1982-09
6
Indian Water Rights: A Study of the Historical and Legal Factors Affecting the Water Rights of the Indians of the State of Idaho by Phillip J. Rassier
1978-06
6
103 Wilderness Laws: Milestones and Management Direction in Wilderness Legislation, 1964-1987 by James A. Browning, John C. Hendee, Joe W. Roggenbuck
1988-10
6
Idaho Wildlife Policy Determination: History and Structure, 1863-1938 by J. Kent Marlor and A. Robert Inama
7
Regulatory Federalism, Natural Resources, and Environmental Management, Edited by Michael S. Hamilton
1990
7
Jack Ward Thomas: The Journals of a Forest Service Chief, Edited by Harold K. Steen
2004
7
Science, Money, and Politics: Political Triumph and Ethical Erosion by Daniel S. Greenberg
2001
7
Reshaping Our National Parks and Their Guardians: The Legacy of George B. Hartzog Jr. by Kathy Mengak
2012
7
Environmental Policy: New Directions for the 21st Century, Edited by Norman J. Vig and Michael E. Kraft
2013
7
Citizens, Experts, and the Environment: The Politics of Local Knowledge by Frank Fischer
2000
7
Unquenchable: America's Water Crisis and What to Do About It by Robert Glennon
2009
7
The Politics of the Earth: Environmental Discourses by John S. Dryzek
2013
7
State Trust Lands: History, Management, and Sustainable Use by Jon A. Souder and Sally K. Fairfax
1996
7
Presidents and the American Environment by Otis L. Graham, Jr.
2015
7
Scorched Earth: How the Fires of Yellowstone Changed America by Rocky Barker
2005
7
Bureaucratic Landscapes: Interagency Cooperation and the Preservation of Biodiversity by Craig W. Thomas
2003
7
Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts: Concepts and Cases, Edited by Roy J. Lewicki, Barbara Gray, and Michael Elliot
2003
7
Guide to U.S. Environmental Policy, Edited by Sally K. Fairfax and Edmund Russell
2014
7
The Power Game by Hendrick Smith
1988
7
The State and Nature: Voices Heart, Voices Unheard in America's Environmental Dialogue by Jeanne Nienaber Clarke and Hanna J. Cortner
2002
7
Environmental Politics and Policy in the West, Edited by Zachary A. Smith
1993
7
First Along the River: A Brief History of the U.S. Environmental Movement by Benjamin Kline
2011
7
Rocky Times in Rocky Mountain National Park: An Unnatural History by Karl Hess, Jr.
1993
7
Our Limits Transgressed: Environmental Political Thought in America by Bob Pepperman Taylor
1992
7
Public Lands and Private Rights: The Failure of Scientific Management by Robert H. Nelson
1995
7
Science in Democracy: Expertise, Institutions, and Representation by Mark B. Brown
2009
7
Democracy and Expertise: Reorienting Policy Inquiry by Frank Fischer
2009
7
The Politics of the Earth: Environmental Discourses by John S. Dryzek
1997
7
Reforming Federal Land Management: Cutting the Gordian Knot by Allan K. Fitzsimmons
2012
8
Regreening the National Parks by Michael Frome
1992
8
The Politics of Ecosystem Management by Hanna J. Cortner and Margaret A. Moote
1999
8
The Nation's Largest Landlord: The Bureau of Land Management in the American West by James R. Skillen
2009
8
Reclaiming the Native Home of Hope: Community, Ecology and the American West, Edited by Robert B. Keiter
1998
8
Regional Conflict and National Policy, Edited by Kent A. Price
1982
8
Organizational Values and Political Power: The Forest Service Versus the Olympic National Park by Ben W. Twight
1983
8
Ecotopia by Ernest Callenbach
1975
8
American Compact: James Madison and the Problem of Founding by Gary Rosen
1999
8
New Deal Planning: The National Resources Planning Board by Marion Clawson
1981
8
Between Two Fires: A Fire History of Contemporary America by Stephen J. Pyne
2015
8
Wildlife Policies in the U.S. National Parks by Frederic H. Wagner, Ronald Foresta, R. Bruce Gill, Dale R. McCullough, Michael R. Pelton, William F. Porter, and Hal Salwasser
1995
8
Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics, Edited by Charles Davis
1997
8
The Administrative Presidency Revisited: Public Lands, the BLM, and the Reagan Revolution by Robert F. Durant
1992
8
Federal Lands PolicyEdited by Phillip O. Foss
1987
8
Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law
2001
8
Science at EPA: Information in the Regulatory Process by Mark . Powell
1999
8
The Governance of Western Publics: Mapping Its Present and Future by Martin Nie
2008
8
Turmoil in American Public Policy: Science, Democracy, and the Environment by Leslie R. Alm, Ross E. Burkhart, Marc V. Simon
2010
8
Fire in Paradise: The Yellowstone Fires and the Politics of Environmentalism by Micah Morrison
1993
8
Plundered Promise: Capitalism, Politics, and the Fate of the Federal Lands by Richard W. Behan
2001
8
The Art of Political Thinking: Government and Common Sense by William Welch
1981
8
The Tragedy of Political Science by David Ricci
1984
8
Denver University Law Review (journal) by Symposium, The National Park System
1997
8
Denver University Law Review (journal) by Symposium, The National Park System
1997
8
Energy at the Crossroads: Global Perspectives and Uncertainties by Vaclav Smil
2003
8
Keeping Faith with Nature: Ecosystems, Democracy, and America's Public Lands by Robert B. Keiter
2003
8
Public Lands Politics: Interest Group Influence on the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management by Paul J. Culhane
1981
8
Making Environmental Policy by Daniel J. Fiorino
1995
8
Taking a Harder Look at Direct, Indirect, and Cumulative Impacts by Murray D. Feldman
2011
8
Civic Environmentalism: Alternatives to Regulation in States and Communities by DeWitt John
1994
8
The Democratic Wish: Popular Participation and the Limits of American Government by James A Morone
1990
9
The Convention and the Constitution: The Political Ideas of the Founding Fathers by David G. Smith
1965
9
The Founders, the Constitution, and Public Administration: A Conflict in World Views by Michael W. Spicer
1995
9
Leadership of Public Bureaucracies: The Administrator as Conservator by Larry D. Terry
1995
9
A Preface to Democratic Theory by Robert A. Dahl
1956
9
Group Theories of Politics by G. David Garson
1978
9
Bureaucratic Democracy: The Search for Democracy and Efficiency in American Government by Douglas Yates
1982
9
Overtapped Oasis: Reform or Revolution for Western Water by Marc Reisner and Sarah Bates
1990
9
Public Administration: Politics, Policy, and the Political System by William L. Morrow
1980
9
Organization Theory and Governance for the 21st Century by Sandra Parkes Pership and Eric K. Austin
2015
9
The Quiet Crisis and the Next Generation by Stewart L. Udall
1988
9
The Organizational Culture Perspective by J. Steven Ott
1989
9
Bureaucracies, Organizations, and Administration: A Political Primer by David Schuman
1976
9
The Interest Group Society by Jeffrey M. Berry
1989
9
Bureaucracy, Politics, and Public Policy by Francis E. Rourke
1984
9
Refounding Public Administration by Gary L. Wamsley, Robert N. Bacher, Charles T. Goodsell, Philip S. Kronenberg, John A. Rohr, Camilla M. Stivers, Orion F. White, James F. Wolf
1990
9
Broken Trust, Broken Land: Freeing Ourselves From the War Over the Environment by Robert C. Lee
1994
9
The Search for Government Efficiency: From Hubris to Helplessness by George W. Downs and Patrick D. Larkey
1986
9
Creating a More Perfect Union: Establishing, Interpreting, and Applying the Constitution (issue title) from Rendezvous (journal)
1987
9
Agendas, Alternatives, and Public Policies by John W. Kingdon
2011
9
Modern Public Land Law by Robert L. Glicksman and George Cameron Coggins
2006
9
The Politics of Regulatory Change: A Tale of Two Agencies by Richard A. Harris and Sidney M. Milkis
1996
9
These American Lands by Dyan Zaslowsky and the Wilderness Society
1986
9
The State of Public Bureaucracy, Edited by Larry B. Hill
1992
9
Organization Theory: A Public and Nonprofit Perspective by Harold F. Gortner, Kenneth L. Nichols, and Carolyn Ball
2007
9
Democracy in Practice: Public Participation in Environmental Decisions by Thomas C. Beierle and Jerry Cayford
2002
9
The Political Theory of the Federalists by David F. Epstein
1984
9
The Public Involvement Manual by James L. Creighton
1981
9
The Administrative State: A Study of the Political Theory of American Public Administration by Dwight Waldo
1948
9
The Republic of Plato, Translated by Francis MacDonald Conford
1945
9
The Dark Side of he Left: Illiberal Egalitarianism in America by Richard J. Ellis
1998
9
Agendas, Alternatives, and Public Policies by John W. Kingdon
1984
9
Consequences of Party Reform by Nelson W. Polsby
1983
10
Conservation Reconsidered: Nature, Virtue, and American Liberal Democracy, Edited by Charles T. Rubin
2000
10
Policy Paradox: The Art of Political Decision Making by Deborah Stone
2012
10
The Logic of Collective Action: Public Goods and the Theory of Groups by Mancur Olson
1965; 1971; 1982
10
Citizenship and Democratic Doubt: The Legacy of Progressive Thought by Bob Pepperman Taylor
2004
10
The Structure of Scientific Revolution by Thomas S. Kuhn
1962; 1970
10
Organization Theory and Public Management by Jonathan R. Tompkins
2005
10
The Federal Lands Revisited by Marion Clawson
1983
10
Who Controls Public Lands? Mining, Forestry, and Grazing Policies, 1870-1990 by Christopher McGrory Klyza
1996
10
Visions Upon the Land: Man and Nature on the Western Range by Karl Hess, Jr.
1992
10
A Vision for the U.S. Forest Service: Goals for Its Next Century, Edited by Roger A. Sedjo
2000
10
Blue Skies Green Politics: The Clean Air Act of 1990 and Its Implementation by Gary C. Bryner
195
10
Crucible for Conservation: The Creation of Grand Teton National Park by Robert W. Righter
1982
10
Searching Out the Headwaters: Change and Rediscovery in Western Water Policy by Sarah F. Baes, David H. Getches, Lawrence J. MacDonnell, and Charles F. Wilkinson
1993
10
Conservation and the Gospel of Efficiency: The Progressive Conservation Movement, 1890-1920 by Samuel P. Hays
1999
10
How to be a Forest Ranger: Careers in Conservation by E. M. Steele
1943
10
The Use of the National Forest Reserves: Regulations and Instructions by Gifford Pinchot (Forester), U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service; Issued by the Secretary of Agriculture to take effect July 1, 1905
2004
10
Modern Organization by Victor A. Thompson
1961
10
Strong Democracy: Participatory Politics for a New Age by Benjamin Barber
1984
10
Coming to Public Judgement: Making Democracy Work in a Complex World by Daniel Yankelovich
1991
10
Forest and Range Policy by Samuel Trask Dana
1956
10
Community Power and Democratic Theory: The Logic of Political Analysis by David Ricci
1971
10
The Wisdom of the Spotted Owl: Policy Lessons for a New Century by Steven Lewis Yaffee
1994
10
Prediction: Science, Decision Making, and the Future of Nature, Edited by Daniel Sarewitz, Roger A. Pielke, Jr., and Radford Byerly, Jr.
2000
10
On Liberty by J.S. Mill
1974
10
Forest of Discord: Options for Governing Our National Forests and Federal Public Lands, Edited by Donald W. Floyd
1999
10
Domestic Sources of International Environmental Policy: Industry, Environmentalists, and U.S. Power by Elizabeth R. DeSombre
2000
10
Public Land Management in a Democratic Society by Robert B. Reich
1990
10
The Southwest Under Stress: Regional Resource Development Issues in a Regional Setting by Aleen V. Kneese and F. Lee Brown
1981
10
This Sovereign Land: A New Vision for Governing the West by Daniel Kemmis
2001
10
The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics by Roger A. Pielke, Jr.
2007
10
The Working Landscape: Founding, Preservation, and the Politics of Place by Peter F. Cannavò
2007

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Idaho--Natural resources--Conservation
  • Public lands--West (U.S.)--Management
  • Wilderness areas--Idaho