The Rangeland Resources Department Photographs document ranges and rangeland research in Oregon and other western states and were taken and assembled by Department faculty and staff. Rangeland research began at Oregon State in 1934 and an undergraduate program in range management was established in the late 1940s.
5.4 cubic feet, including 4700 photographs; 6 boxes, including 1 oversize box
The College of Agricultural Sciences Records (RG 158) include materials that document rangeland resources research and academic programs at Oregon State. The Experiment Station (RG 025) and Extension Service (RG 111) Records also provide additional information about the Rangeland Resources Department. The E.R. Jackman Papers and Photographs (P 089) include extensive documentation of rangeland issues in Oregon. A film about the effects of clearcut logging on the tributaries of the North Umpqua River is available in the Pass Creek Motion Picture Film Collection (FV P 273).