Frank Rose and Clarence “Cy” Young review records of the National Bison Range from the 1920s and 1930s. Rose describes the work he did for the Forest Service prior to becoming director of the Range, and explains the techniques he used to separate bison. Rose and Young discuss their observations of bison behavior, and recall their experiences on the Range. Rose talks about how he was fired from the Range. Rose and Young talk at length about range management in relation to plant and soil health. They review records related to game animal management during Rose’s tenure as foreman from 1923 to 1930.
National Bison Range; National Bison Range management; George E. Mushbach; Range management; Livestock management; Bison behavior; Soil health; Plant health; Invasive plants; Range grass types; Noxious weeds; Taylor Grazing Act of 1934; Dean Arthur Stone; Morton J. Elrod; Tom Lommasson; Duncan McDonald; Charlie McLaughlin; Frank H. Rose
National Bison Range Oral History Project, OH 149, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 reel-to-reel: analog + 1 transcript (61 p.: 28 cm.)
Rose, Frank H. and Young, Clarence, "Frank H. Rose and Clarence “Cy” Young Interview, circa 1965" (1965). National Bison Range Oral History Project. 5.