Conservation Commission Reports
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Dates: i 1909-1913.
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series contains the 1909 annual report for the commission and notes for the making of it. In the report it addresses the purpose of the commission, related legislation, the commission's goals and what steps they took to reach their goals. The biennial report also contained in this series, examines the same topics as the annual report and covers the years 1911-1913. These reports were made to disclose to the public what the Conservation Commission had been doing for the year(s). The remaining report is a soil survey done by Utah Agricultural College to share their knowledge of the nature of soils in Utah. An outline of a mineral report is also contained in this series.
Chronological by date of reports.
Correspondence from the Conservation Commission, Series 1151, also holds details of the resource map and the National Conservation Conference
Map from the Conservation Commission, Series 5835, contains the map spoken of in the reports.
Minutes from the Conservation Commission, Series 21934, also has information on the responsibility and duties of writing the reports
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series is scheduled under the Utah State Agency General Retention Schedule, schedule 1, item 6, in 1997 and will be permanently retained by the State Archives. This series will not be filmed because high reference is not anticipated so there will not be wear and tear on the papers. This series was processed by Wendy Checketts in 1999. When received by the archives, the reports were in separate series. I have combined them into one series for convenience of the researcher.
- Conservation of natural resources—Public relations—Utah.
- Utah—Natural resources—Study and teaching.
|1||First biennial report, 1913|