Interviews with Missouri land use and natural resource professionals and other individuals related to the environment in Missouri. The records include audio cassettes, CDs, audio logs, and transcripts.
The Missouri Environment Oral History Project is a regular, on-going project conducted by the State Historical Society of Missouri. The project, which began in 1997, seeks to document agriculture, conservation, preservation, environmentalism, and land and natural resource use in Missouri among other topics. Topics and issues addressed include agriculture, conservation, environmental politics, fisheries, forestry, geology, hunting, national parks, outdoor photography, outdoor writing, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, parks, prairies, rivers, and wildlife conservation.
The Missouri Environment Oral History Project Records consist of oral interviews on audio cassettes, CDs, audio logs and transcripts. The cassettes, CDs, and transcripts and audio logs are arranged chronologically. An index to the major topics found in this project follows this inventory.