Category Archives: Natural resources

New Finding Aids: June 2019

We’re back for round three of Finding Aids updates — if you couldn’t tell, we’ve been busy processing collections! As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. These aids help you find information about … Continue reading

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Do Feed the Bears – The Arthur E. Demaray Collection

Arthur E. Demaray was a National Park Service Administrator who worked as the liaison between the Park Service and Congress. He worked for the park service from 1917 to 1951. Demaray’s writings offer insights into Yellowstone National Park during the … Continue reading

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Majewski Lecture: Oilmen in the Beltway

We hope that you can join us on March 11th for Dr. Ellen Wald’s lecture!  Dr. Wald is the 2012 recipient of the Bernard Majewski research fellowship.  

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A “Normal” Winter in Wyoming?

With snowfall throughout the eastern part of the state hovering a levels below the average for this time of year, everyone has their brow furrowed over the chance of another crackling dry summer.  While snowfall for the year is lining … Continue reading

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Majewski Fellow Ellen Wald to talk about “Oilmen in the Beltway: Fighting the Enemy with Business and Government”

Be there: the AHC at high noon on October 25th!  Majewski Fellow Ellen Wald will talk about “Oilmen in the Beltway: Fighting the Enemy with Business and Government.”

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