Arnold Bolle and Dan Hall
Robert Wolf recalls a national focus on “full development of public resources” during the 1950s and the resulting impact. He begins with the history of Region One in establishing national policy and moves into congressional activity. He describes clear-cutting methods and justifications, grazing, recreational beginnings, mining abuses, and multiple use. He also talks about reforestation resolutions in 1960, and the Forest Service failure to evaluate the issue.
The audio for this interview is available at Archives and Special Collections, but has not yet been digitized.
Wolf, Robert, 1920-2005 – Interviews; Arnold W. Bolle 1912-1994; Dan Hall; United States. Forest Service. Region One; Forest management, clear-cutting; Reforestation, United States; United States. Forest Service; Grazing -- Environmental aspects -- United States; Grazing -- Government policy -- United States; Grazing districts; Range management -- United States; Timber Management – United States
Robert Wolf Interviews Oral History Project, OH 227, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana-Missoula. Mansfield Library
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (27 p.: 28 cm.)
Wolf, Robert E., "Robert Wolf Interview, November 14, 1989" (1989). Robert Wolf Interviews Oral History Project. 19.