Stewart M. Brandborg Papers 1932-2000
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U.S. National Park Service has managed the Morristown National Historical Park since 1933. From the description of Morristown National Historical Park resource management records, 1933-1994 (bulk 1938-1970). (Morristown National History Park). WorldCat record id: 71014733 The National Park Service is the U.S. federal agency that manages all National Parks, many National Monuments and other conservation and historical properties with various title designations. It was created...
The Wilderness Society was formed in 1935 by a group of people concerned with preserving America's wilderness areas. Its mission is to "Deliver to future generations an unspoiled legacy of wild places with all the precious values they hold: Biological diversity, clean air and water, towering forests, rushing rivers, and sage-sweet, silent deserts." It accomplishes this mission through "Scientific expertise, analysis and bold advocacy at the highest levels to save, protect and restore America's w...
Guy M. "Brandy" Brandborg was born in Henning, Minnesota on March 3, 1893. In the summer of 1913, Brandborg came to Montana to work in Glacier National Park. That fall, he attended Forest Ranger School in Missoula, Montana and worked for the Forest Service during his summers. His first summer with the Forest Service was spent at the Earl Mountain Ranger Station near Choteau, Montana. After graduation in 1915, Brandborg worked on the Flathead National Forest. After return...
Stewart M. Brandborg was born in Lewiston, Idaho, in February of 1925. His father, Guy M. "Brandy" Brandborg, was the assistant to the forest supervisor on the Nez Perce National Forest. In 1935, the Brandborg family moved to Montana where Guy Brandborg would serve as the forest supervisor for the Bitterroot National Forest for twenty years. In 1943, Stewart Brandborg began university studies at Montana State University in Missoula (now called The University of Montana.) It was here...
The University of Montana-Missoula's Faculty Senate serves to promote faculty involvement in the governance of the University. The Senate reviews, debates, and votes on issues pertaining to the academic and faculty welfare of The University of Montana (UM) in consultation and cooperation with the President and University administration. Faculty members contribute to UM governance by participating in the Senate and specific committees. The first faculty meeting of the Uni...