University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The records have been arranged into three series: Administrative files, Natural Areas files, and Site files. Administrative files include background/historical materials, standing committee records, executive committee files, and files documenting the organization's relationship with other environmental groups. The Natural Areas files include topical files and project files documenting the organization's efforts on behalf of specific natural areas. The Site Files consist of correspondence, reconnaissance and site committee reports, and maps relating to areas of environmental concern
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Photographs (b&w) of site areas discussed by the Council; also color slides of property owned by the Huron Mountain Club
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of papers of the Georgia Natural Areas Council from 1966-1973. The papers include staff and membership list, minutes of Council meetings, project files, financial records, bulletins, clippings, news releases, speeches, and photographs. The papers also include correspondence, speeches, and subject files of Robert E. Hanie, organizer and director of the Georgia Natural Areas Council; files pertaining to state and federal organizations and departments and to private foundations which deal with concerns relating to conservation and the environment; files concerning legislation relating to environmental issues; and ten audiotapes consisting primarily of interviews with residents of the Georgia costal area discussing personal recollections and impressions of the area
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Typed (9 p.) constitution and by-laws (copy) of the Council, 19uu
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The collection has been developed with accessions of records from different Council members. These Council officers include Paul Thompson and George W. Thompson. In sum, the collection consists of two kinds of records, Administrative files and Natural Areas files
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The collection contains two subgroups of records, Administrative files and Natural Areas files. Administrative files include background/historical materials, minutes, reports, and correspondence of the executive committee and other Council committees, and files detailing their relationship with other environmental groups. The Natural Areas files contains site reports, topical files, and photographs
Ohio History Connection
This series consists of the meeting minutes of the Ohio Natural Areas Advisory Council from 1994 and 2000-2004. The minutes include information on issues pertaining to the preservation and management of natural areas in Ohio and project reports from staff of the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. The series also includes meeting agendas
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Minutes of a council that recommends policy and management to state and federal agencies on preservation of areas for scientific research and natural history studies based on ecological surveys -- The council was originally formed as the Scientific Areas Preservation Council in 1951 and renamed ca. 1985. Box 1 contains 1951-1977; Box 2, 1978-1996
National Library of Australia
Published by: Northern Territory Conservation Commission: Central ranges (x2); Coastal plains (x2); Top End coastline (x2); Australian deserts (x2); Tropical woodland (x2). South Australia Dept. of Environment and Planning: Features of the South Australian landscape (coastline and coastal ranges; inland; semi-arid lands. Australian Heritage Commission: Wet tropics of north-east Queensland; Australia's National Estate (Core of my heart my country; Sunburnt country; Land of sweeping plains; Wide brown land; Beauty & terror). Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland: Australia's mangroves; Australia's tropical rainforests. Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service: Brigalow scrub (Moonie); Stoney ridges (Windorah region); Dune fields (Far west); Channel country (Cooper Creek); Coral Cay (Lady Elliot Island). Queensland Department of Primary Industries: Seagrass marine pastures; fisheries habitat tropical estuary. Queensland Dept. of Environment and Heritage: Fraser Island (2)
Oregon State Archives
Series documents the Forestry Department's tracking of a Division of State Lands committee which designates natural areas preserves. Records include committee minutes, correspondence and individual preserves analyses. Subjects include endangered species (especially the spotted owl), resource coordination, wilderness areas, land-use regulation, national registry of natural areas preserves, and environmental concerns