The Forestry Extension Records document the educational programs and research projects pertaining to forests and forestry, logging, water quality, and recreational land use in Oregon, primarily during the 1950s and 1960s.
Digital Resources: History of OSU Extension
A comprehensive collection of online resources documenting the 100+ year history of Extension at Oregon State University.
3.5 cubic ft.
Organized into 11 series: I. Correspondence; II. Educational Programs; III. Research Projects; IV. Informational Files; V. Survey Report; VI. Biographical Sketch of Robert W. Graeber; VII. Monthly Field Reports; VIII. Contract Services; IX. Situation Studies; X. Program Planning; and XI. Training Materials.
Other record groups pertaining to Forestry and Forestry Extension include: RG 139 (College of Forestry, Subgroup II [Office of the Dean]), RG 111 (Extension Service), and P 61 (College of Forestry). Related publication series include Pub 14-3 and 209. The Antone Van Vliet Papers and MC - Forestry Extension file also contain related materials.