|Object Name||manuscript collection|
|Scope & Content||
correspondence; reports; memorandum; maps
REMARKS:Papers of Diana Wales relating to conservation activities for the Northern Spotted Owl. Diana Wales is a Roseburg attorney who served on advisory committees to the Umpqua National Forest, and on the Conservation Committee of the Roseburg Audubon Society, ca. 1985-1994.; The collection consists of printed reports and files of correspondence, arranged in folders according to subject [e.g., Tiller Ranger District]. Several files are coded "Section 318", meaning that they concern Section 318 of the 1990 U.S. Interior Department Appropriations Act. Section 318 was the basis for modifying timber sales administratively by the Forest Service "without the 'preparation of additional environmental documents, notwithstanding any other provision of law' ", according to materials in this collection.; The files are housed in 4 acid-free cubic boxes. Box 1 contains general working files, arranged alphabetically by subject. Box 2 contains files relating to Section 318 timber sales. Box 3 contains notebooks and reports related to Umpqua National Forest Advisory Board activities, final Environmental Impact Statements, and related materials. Box 4 contains background information on forestry and wildlife-conservation issues [primarily, photocopies of periodical articles, newspaper clippings, and some published reports].
|Creator||Umpqua National Forest; Dale Robertson; Diana Wales; Bob Devlin|
|Title||Papers of Diana Wales, Relating to Spotted-Owl Conservation Activities in the Umpqua National Forest|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|