Weeks Act related Forest Primeval article by Ayres 1906

June 8th, 2010 by CfRP

“Philip Ayres wrote this article for the March 24, 1906 issue of Outlook magazine. It outlines a trip to the southern Appalachians and to Randolph in the White Mountains. A map of the proposed eastern national Forest Reserves is of interest.” -David Govatski

Forest Primeval by Ayres Mar 24 1906 (PDF)

Do Forests Hold Back Floods?

June 8th, 2010 by CfRP

“Attached is a fascinating 8 page article by Benjamin Brooks from the April 1914 issue of Technical World magazine. This is worth reading in relation to the forest and stream flow controversy that was one of the perceptions behind the passage of the Weeks Act. “When mountains and hillsides are denuded of timber are spring freshets inevitable”? The answer is more complex than you might think and the engineers perspective in 1914 on the issue is worth considering.” -David Govatski

Do Forests Hold Back Floods (PDF)

Weeks Act Centennial Online Exhibition

March 4th, 2010 by CfRP

There has been a new Plymouth State University Web page created for Protecting the Forest: The Weeks Act of 1911. Check it out! http://www.plymouth.edu/gallery/weeks-act/

Information about parking for Weeks Act Events

February 18th, 2010 by CfRP

The lectures in the Weeks Act Centennial Lecture Series are located in Heritage Commons in Hall Hall on the campus of Plymouth State University.  On the campus map, Heritage Commons is listed in Building #10. It is in Highland Street, across from Lamson Library.

Weeks Act Lecture Series Schedule

February 5th, 2010 by CfRP
This is the schedule for the upcoming Weeks Act Centennial Lectures. (Click on the image for a larger view)

This is the schedule for the upcoming Weeks Act Centennial Lectures. (Click on the image for a larger view)

Download the schedule (.JPG)

Weeks Act Bibliography

February 4th, 2010 by CfRP

For those who are interested in learning more about the history of the Weeks Act (or Weeks Law), the White Mountain National Forest, or related topics, here is a list of resources for you.  This is a bibliography (still under development) is a result of contributions by David Govotski, Christopher Johnson, Marcia Schmidt Blaine, and Linda Upham-Bornstein.  Enjoy!

Weeks Act Bibliography (PDF)

Small Business Institute

November 30th, 2009 by CfRP

The Small Business Institute® (SBI) at Plymouth State University gives MBA students a chance to serve local small businesses as members of consulting teams, earning elective course credits in the process. Working with a business faculty member, SBI teams visit their client companies, define the scope of their projects, execute the tasks they agree to complete for their clients, then prepare and present a formal report. These reports must be of professional quality. The SBI experience allows qualifying students to ground their studies in a real world experience.

Go to the Small Business Institute Website

WMNF Transportation Report

November 30th, 2009 by CfRP

White Mountains National Forest Transportation Report

A review of Literature, Resources, and Survey Results

Download Report (PDF)

Institute for New Hampshire Studies

November 24th, 2009 by Bridget

Institute for New Hampshire Studies brings together adjunct faculty from the social science disciplines to advance knowledge of New Hampshire and its relationship to New England through ongoing education and research efforts.

Institute for New Hampshire Studies Web site

Center for the Environment

November 24th, 2009 by Bridget

Center for the Environment is a collaborative effort between academic departments, government agencies and regional non-profit organizations.

Center for the Environment Web Site

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