Nature Conservancy papers, 1982-2009 1982-2009


Nature Conservancy papers, 1982-2009 1982-2009

This collection consists of the papers of Ray M. Culter from his work on the Boards of Directors of environmental/conservation groups including The Potomac Conservancy, Center for Watershed Protection, and American Rivers. The collection contains correspondence, brochures, annual reports, and financial information on these groups along with correspondence and reports from The Nature Conservancy.


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Center for Watershed Protection (corporateBody)

American Rivers (Organization) (corporateBody)

Founded in 1973 as the American Rivers Conservation Council, the organization changed its name to American Rivers in 1986. Their goal is to "preserve rivers in their free flowing condition." They work for the protection of significant rivers, dam removal, dam operation reform, allocation of water resources, and awareness of the importance of waterways. From the description of American Rivers records, 1968-[ongoing] 1968-200-. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 51585362 ...

Culter, Ray M. (person)

Ray M. Culter is a 1968 graduate of the University of Cincinnati and played an important role in conserving the Little Miami River basin. He served as Vice President of The Nature Conservancy and Director of Business Operations, Administration, Trade Land Dispositions, Corporate Purchasing, and Trade Lands. The Nature Conservatory works to protect ecologically significant land and water habitats around the world. The organization was formed in 1946 as Ecologists Union by...

Potomac Conservancy (corporateBody)