Environmentalists -- Oregon
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Cascadia Alive! was a weekly cable access television program produced in Eugene, Oregon on anarchy, radical anti-authoritarian and feminist politics, and community resistance to ecological destruction and the technological death spiral. Cascadia Alive! features footage shot and edited by local guerrilla videographers, news reports culled from a wide variety of sources, critiques of civilization and the state, and live in-studio discussion.
The collection contains the professional files of one of Oregon's leading conservationists in the mid-twentieth century, Gertrude Glutsch Jensen. The collection includes materials relating to the Columbia River Gorge Commission, the Oregon Roadside Council, the Civil War Centennial Commission, and the Portland Women's Forum. The material is in the form of reports, letters, notes, and minutes.
Harry S. Stamper, Jr. (1944-2012) was a longshoreman and folksinger who spent most of his working life in Coos Bay, Oregon. This collection documents Stamper's musical and literary activities and contains information on regional labor history, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, environmental politics, and other subjects.
The Warner Creek Fire collection consists of documents related to the Warner Creek Fire in Willamette National Forest, Oregon in October 1991, and its aftermath. The majority of the collection is the Administrative Record presented by the U.S.F.S. during DISTRICT OF OREGON lawsuit 94-6245: SIERRA CLUB, et al v. UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE.