Department of Agriculture Record Series Description

Administrative, Legal, and Fiscal

1931-1988, bulk 1943-1955, 1985-1988
Boxes 1-10 (10.0 cu. ft.)
12 architectural drawings (.1 cu. ft.)
7 photographs (.2 cu. ft.)
2 posters (.1 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: By topic; thereunder, chronological

Series documents the administrative activities of the Department of Agriculture and consists mainly of the records of the director, although records of his assistants and the state veterinarian are also included. The correspondence and attached reports document the director's dealings with the governor, legislative assembly, state agencies, and advisory committees. Correspondence with federal agencies is primarily with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, but also includes communication with the U.S. Congress, the Department of Interior, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Environmental Protection Agency.

The series is arranged in broad topics such as the construction of the new agriculture building; director's correspondence concerning policy and speaking engagements; correspondence with the governor and letters written for his signature; meetings, conferences, and special events attended by the director; personnel policy and issues; activity, field, monthly, and biennial reports; staff meetings minutes, agendas, and memos; and speeches by the director.

The director and his staff communicated with other state agencies such as the Agricultural Advisory Team, Consumer Advisory Committee, Coordinated Agricultural Groups, Economic Development Department, Emergency Board, Forestry, Justice, Legislative Assembly, Meat Bacterial Standards Review Committee, Natural Resources Advisory Committee, Oregon State College, Oregon State University, and Rangeland Advisory Committee.

Separated Photographs

​Title ​Administrative Correspondence; Director's Correspondence
​Removed from ​Box 1/Folder 15-B
​Transferred to ​Photograph Box 1
​Record type ​7 photographs
​Medium ​Black and white photoprints
​Dimensions ​2-3/8" x 4-1/8"
​Scale ​n/a
​Description ​​1-7. Photographs of haying operations on the farm of Robert H. Clark of Nyssa, Oregon. Removed from a letter dated August 18, 1944

Separated Architectural Drawings and Posters

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Title​ ​Administrative Correspondence
​Removed from ​Box 1/Folder 14
​Transferred to ​Map Drawer 11
​Record type ​12 architectural drawings
​Medium ​Blueprints and black and white drawings
​Dimensions (1-5) 9-1/4"x12-1/4"; (6-11) 11-1/2 x19-1/2"; (12) 23"x32-1/2"
Scale​ ​(1-5) 1"=10'; others, not given or varied
Description​ 1-5. Drawings of proposed Department of Agriculture building, 1962
  1. Site plan
  2. West elevation
  3. Basement floor plan
  4. First floor plan
  5. Second floor plan
6-11. Blueprints of miscellaneous cabinetry for the Agricultural Unit, Natural Resources complex, 1965
12. Blueprint of floor plan and cabinetry for the Weights and Measures, Agricultural Unit, 1967​
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Title​ ​Administrative Correspondence
​Removed from ​Box 7/Folder 2
​Transferred to ​Map Drawer 11
​Record type ​1 poster
​Medium ​Color lithograph
​Dimensions 17" x 24"
Scale​ ​n/a
Description​ Poster showing threshing of wheat entitled "Selecting for Excellence," Wheat Research Endowed Chair, Oregon State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, 1987-1988.
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Title​ ​Administrative Correspondence
​Removed from ​Box 10/Folder 30
​Transferred to ​Map Drawer 11
​Record type ​1 poster
​Medium ​Color lithograph
​Dimensions 20" x 13"
Scale​ ​n/a
Description​ Poster titled "Waste Is Out! We Are At War!" by U.S. War Food Administration, 1943.
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1943-1989 
Boxes 11-16 (5.25 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic or project 

Series documents the special programs and projects of the department. The records include correspondence, reports, and studies which are arranged in broad subject areas such as trade with China; drought assistance programs; endangered species; feed supply shortages; groundwater; Grassland '71; international trade; trade missions to Japan and Taiwan; the Oregon-Hokkaido Cooperation Society; natural disasters such as floods, drought, freezes, and rain; PCB contamination of feed supply; pesticides and the Pesticide Analytical and Response Center (PARC); predator control; seeds; water; and wheat marketing. 
1942-1986
Boxes 16-25 (9.25 cu. ft. ) 
31 audio cassettes (.25 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Indexes numerical by rule number; rules to 1963 numerical by rule number; rules from 1964 chronological by year, thereunder numerical by rule number 

The series documents additions and changes to the administrative rules and orders that relate to the Department of Agriculture. The series is arranged into two sections: indexes, 1942-1986, and files, 1971-1986, with the exception of 1983 and 1984 which are missing from both the indexes and files. The index folders contain copies of the order, findings of fact and conclusions, statements of need and fiscal impact, and some exhibits. The files contain correspondence, hearing notices, notes about revisions, correspondence from witnesses, witness and testimony notes and transcripts, and exhibits. 

Topics covered by the rules include milk quotas and prices, pesticides, weights and measures, feed licensing, nursery licensing, disease control, fertilizers, gypsy moth control, and Christmas tree growers.

Separated Map

​Title ​Administrative Rules Records
​Removed from ​Box 24/Folder 44
​Transferred to ​Map Drawer 11
​Record type ​1 map
​Medium ​Black and white printed map
​Dimensions ​24" x 36" 1" = 2-1/2"
​Scale ​n/a
​Description Map of Lane County showing gypsy moth quarantine area, 1979.
 

Separated Audio Cassette Tapes of Administrative Rules Hearings

Stored in Audio Tape Box 1 in the tape and film storage area.
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​Tape No. ​Order No. ​Subject and Dates
​1-2 ​AD 15-78 ​ milk quotas and prices, August 16, 1978
​3 ​AD 18-78 ​​pesticides containing Thiram, October 3, 1978
4​ ​AD 10-79 ​weights and measures, National Bureau of Standards Handbook 44, August 17, 1979
​5-6 ​AD 24-81 pesticide registration and license fees, November 17. 1981​
​7 ​AD 13-82 ​feed licensing fees, October 12, 1982
8-9​ ​AD 17-82 ​milk prices, August 19, 1982
​10 ​not given Terrachem registration, September 21, 1982​
11-12​ ​not given ​Aflatoxin, November 17, 1982
​13-14 ​not given nursery license fees, April, 14, 1983​
15​ ​not given ​seed standards, July 6, 1983
​16 ​not given endophyte fees standards, July 6, 1983
17 ​not given onion and garlic disease control, October 18, 1983
​18-20 ​not given fertilizer fees and labeling, November 8, 1983
21 ​AD 1-85 ​ gypsy moth quarantine in Lane County, December 27, 1984
​22 AD 4-85 skeleton weed control, April 18, 1985
23 ​AD 5-85 bulk and retail food store standards, April 9, 1985
​24-25 AD 7-85 apple maggot quarantine, July 31-August 1, 1985
26 AD 10-85 Christmas tree growers license fees, October 1, 1985
​27 ​AD 11-85 pesticide regulation, August 28, 1985
​28 ​AD 1-86 ​apiary quarantine, October 10, 1985
​29-30 ​not given ​produce, n.d.
​31 ​not given ​​brown garden snail quarantine, April 20, 198?
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1970-1976
38 reel-to-reel audio tapes (1.0 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic 

The series provides an audio record of department activities. The reel-to-reel tapes vary in size from 3 to 7 inches. Topics included on the tapes are meeting minutes, apples, animal diseases, consumer awareness, education, food, farm notes, meat and poultry, newscasts, and weights and measures. 

Audio tapes are stored in Audio Tape Box 2 in the tape and film storage area.
1935-1979
Boxes 31-32 (1.3 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological by meeting date

The series documents the activities of the Board of Agriculture which was created to advise the director and guide departmental policy. Series includes minutes, correspondence, transcripts, agendas, exhibits, and press releases. Topics covered at the meetings of the board include reports about agriculture throughout the state, prices and marketing, harvesting, production of crops, weather, and contracts.​
1978-1994 
4 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: Chronological by agreement or report date 

Series documents Oregon Department of Agriculture agreements with and reports to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The agreements and reports relate to enforcement of pesticide laws. The records include agreements, reports, enforcement action logs, correspondence, appendices, and related records.​
1931-1988
Boxes 34-37 (3.85 cu. ft.) 
3 volumes (1.65 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by type of record; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents the fiscal operations of the department. The series includes account register (1941-1955); audit reports (1953-1957); budget correspondence (1944-1958, 1988); budget requests (1955-1959, 1961-1975); budget summaries (1953-1955); cash book (1954-1956); correspondence with accounting, finance and administration, and the emergency board (1938-1955); financial reports and summaries (1956-1959); fund balance report (1983); fund summaries (1957-1959); general ledger (1957-1965); grain inspection financial statements (1931-1956); inspection accounts (1944-1948); payroll registers (1947-1953); and shipping point accounts (1955-1959).

Separated Oversized Volumes

​Title ​Fiscal Records
​Removed from ​Box 35/Folder 9
​Transferred to ​Oversize volume storage
​Record type ​1 volume
​Medium ​n/a
​Dimensions ​n/a
​Scale ​n/a
​Description ​​Cash Book, 1954-1956
​Title ​Fiscal Records
​Removed from ​Box 35/Folder 35
​Transferred to ​Box 36-A
​Record type ​5 volumes
​Medium ​n/a
​Dimensions ​n/a
​Scale ​n/a
​Description ​​1. Fund Summaries 1957-1959
2-5. General Ledgers, 1957-1965
​Title ​Fiscal Records
​Removed from ​Box 37/Folder 14
​Transferred to ​Oversize volume storage
​Record type ​2 volumes
​Medium ​n/a
​Dimensions ​n/a
​Scale ​n/a
​Description ​​1-2. Payroll Registers, 1947-1953
1943-1988 
Boxes 63-64 (1.5 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by name of organization 

The series documents the department's participation in national and state organizations and associations. The series includes primarily correspondence. The organizations best represented in this series are the National Association of Commissioners, Secretaries, and Directors of Agriculture and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. Less well documented are a variety of organizations concerning dairy, wheat, livestock, trade, the Oregon Farm Bureau, the Agri-business Council of Oregon, and the Portland Chamber of Commerce.
1974-1983
Boxes 64-66 (1.6 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents the department's involvement in the Pacific Northwest Regional Commission, a federal-state partnership established in 1972 to oversee economic planning and development in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. The series contains correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports, and project records. Topics covered include dwarf bunt disease, ethanol, filbert blight, and international trade shows.​
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Animal Industry Division

1937-1986 
Boxes 27-29 (2.25 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents activities of the department to control animal diseases in Oregon. Series includes correspondence and reports related to testing, detection, vaccination, quarantine, and other actions used to eradicate or control diseases in poultry, cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, and swine. Bang's disease and brucellosis are well documented in this series with additional records concerning infectious bronchitis, vesicular exanthema, scabies, scrappie, tuberculosis, rabies, parathyphoid, and paratuberculosis. 

Related records can be found in Meat Inspection Records and Livestock Records.
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1930-1988 
Boxes 26-27 (1.5 cu. ft.)
7 volumes (3.25 cu. ft.).
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents the programs and activities of the animal industry division. Series consists of records of the division director and veterinarian and primarily includes correspondence but also weekly and monthly reports and meeting minutes. Records are arranged in subject areas such as animal health, brands and brand inspection, director and general correspondence, feedlots, garbage feeding, the legislative assembly, Oregon State College, predators and predator control, press releases, public relations, publications, veterinarians, and veterinarian medicine. 

The series includes eight volumes of brand, tattoo, and mark records for cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, foxes, hogs, horses, and mules. 

Related records can be found in Animal Disease Records, Meat Inspection Records, and Livestock Records.

Separated Oversized Volumes

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​Title ​ Animal Industry Program Records, Brands and Brand Inspection
​Removed from Box 26 / Folder 16
​Transferred to Oversize volume storage
​Record type 7 volumes
​Medium ​n/a
​Dimensions ​n/a
​Scale ​n/a
​Description 1. Brands Records, c. 1930; contains drawings of horse and cattle brands and earmarks, arranged alphabetically, numerically, and by shape (in storage box)
2. Brand and Tattoo Records, 1935-1951; contains tattoos, earmarks, and other physical characteristics for sheep, hogs, goats, horses, and cattle
3-5. Brand Records, c. 1940-1951; contains brands, earmarks, and other physical characteristics for horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, and goats, arranged alphabetically, numerically, and by shape
6. Poultry and Fox Brand Records, c. 1940-1950; arranged by county
7. Brand Sale Records, 1944-1951; records bills of sales for horse and cattle brand rights
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1907-1988, bulk 1957-1958
Boxes 29-30 (1.25 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder chronological

The series documents activities of the staff, including the state veterinarian, concerning livestock. Series includes correspondence, reports, and minutes. Records are arranged topically such as auctions and appointment of veterinarians for livestock auctions, Livestock Advisory Commission, estrays, grazing, interstate transportation, minutes of the Livestock Sanitary Board, minutes of the Board of Sheep Commissioners, sheep and lambs, swine, theft, and vaccination. Livestock includes cattle, horses, swine, and sheep. 

Related records can be found in Animal Disease Records and Animal Industry Program Records.​
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Commodity Commissions

1941-1988 
Boxes 32-34 (2.33 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by commodity; thereunder chronological 

The series documents the formation, organization, and activities of the special commissions created to assist in the management of commodity crops in Oregon. Series includes general correspondence about commodity commissions and commodity inspection as well as reports and minutes. Commissions that are well represented are dairy products, fescue, filbert, livestock, potato, and wheat. Commissions that are also documented are caneberry, chewing fescue and creeping red fescue, county fair, danver onions, dungeness crab, fryers, highland bent grass, hops, mint, onions, otter trawl, prune and plum growers, ryegrass, salmon, sheep, strawberry, sweet cherry, tall fescue, vegetables, and wine. 

Note: Access to some records related to commodity production may be restricted under ORS 192.501 (5).
1955-1983
1 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: Chronological by meeting date

Series documents the actions of this commodity commission related to promotion, education, production, market research, and related efforts. Records include minutes, budget reports, correspondence, and related documents.​
1983-1999
1.5 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: Chronological by meeting date 

Series documents the actions of this commodity commission related to promotion, education, production, market research, and related efforts. Records include minutes, assessment reports, budget reports, correspondence, and related documents.​
1987-2000
2 cu. ft.
Arrangement: Chronological by meeting date 

Series documents the actions of this commodity commission related to promotion, education, production, market research, and related efforts. Records include minutes, assessment reports, budget reports, correspondence, and related documents.​
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Development and Marketing

1942-1988
Box 25 (.5 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents departmental programs for the development of domestic and foreign markets for agricultural products grown in Oregon. Records include correspondence, reports, legal opinions, and marketing plans. Subjects covered are federal and state legislation for market development projects and the creation of market development divisions; freight rates and the shipment of agricultural products; commodity commissions; trade shows and other promotional events; and meetings throughout the state with growers. Markets discussed are beef, seafood and fish, Highland bentgrass, fruit, onions, and potatoes. International markets focus on Canada, Japan, Korea, and China. 

Over the years marketing programs were carried out by a succession of divisions within the Department of Agriculture and this series includes records of the Division of Market Enforcement, Division of Market Development, Division of Agricultural Development, and Division of Agricultural Development and Marketing. 

Related records on international trade can be found in the Administrative Program Records and the Meat Inspection Records.​
1931-1984 
Boxes 75-81 (6.75 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic 

The series documents the activities of the information office of the department. Series includes press releases and other information issued by the department that informs the public about department activities, programs, and history. Series also collects information from outside sources about agriculture in the state and about the programs, history, and activities of the department. Records include news articles, news digests, clippings, press releases, brochures, bulletins, correspondence, speeches, monthly and biennial reports, catalogs, and information and history notebooks. 

The records are arranged by topic or department: agricultural development, animal diseases and health, the Board of Agriculture, commodity commissions, county fairs, crop damage, food and dairy, history, livestock, meat inspection, milk, nurseries, plants, quarantine orders, and rules and regulations.
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1868-1958 
Box 111 (.4 cu. ft.) 
21 volumes (1.6 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: By type of record; thereunder, chronological. 

The series documents the administration of the state fair. Records of the Oregon State Agricultural Society include the minutes of board and annual meetings, 1876-1912, dealing with the administration of the state fair, especially horse races, and financial accounting; financial ledger, 1868-1869; and record of premiums, 1875-1881. Records of the Oregon State Board of Agriculture include minute books, 1885-1931, which discuss the fair grounds, premiums, animals and exhibits, and race conditions; horse race records, 1884-1920; and a letter press book of correspondence, 1885-1890. Other correspondence, 1935-1958, deals with contracts, leases, and agreements; entertainment and concessions; races; buildings and inventories; and administration of the fair. 

Volumes are stored in oversize volume storage.​
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Food and Dairy

1985-1988 
Box 37 (.15 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Chronological

The series documents the activities of the Food and Dairy Division. The series includes correspondence and reports concerning standards of quality for food, the safety of food, sanitary standards, inspections of wineries, and retail food store sanitation. 

Related records can be found in Foods and Dairies Division Records.​
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1940-1970 
Boxes 37-39 (1.6 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents program records relating to the activities of the Foods and Dairies and Weights and Measures Division, Dairy and Consumer Services Division, and the Dairy Relations Advisory Committee as they regulate bakers, egg sellers, and dairies. Series includes division correspondence and reports as well as Dairy Relations Advisory Committee meeting agendas and minutes (1961-1970). 

The program records are primarily concerned with regulating the purity and sanitation of foods and food additives and the contents of chemicals and fertilizers. The records are arranged in subject areas such as bakeries, non-alcoholic beverages, butter, dairies, economic poisons (insecticides, pesticides, fungicides), eggs, feeds, fertilizers, food processing, and milk.
1946-1989
Boxes 54-62 (7.45 cu. ft.)
7 photographs (.1 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological

The series documents the department's activities to regulate the marketing and production of milk and to stabilize milk prices. The series includes records from the Milk Stabilization Division, Milk Stabilization Advisory Committee, Oregon-Washington Milk Marketing Advisory Committee, Milk Audit and Stabilization Division, Oregon Dairy Products Commission, and the Tillamook County Creamery Association.

The series contains administrative orders and hearings; budget records; correspondence, reports, and studies; legal opinions and litigation case file; legislative records; price analysis, hearings, and records; and production costs and prices. Topics and programs covered by this series include the milk marketing order no. 124, the Oregon and Washington marketing area, and market pool statistics on production, quotas, and amount of federal subsidy; a cost of production study by Oregon State University; milk control section annual report; dairy licenses; milk stabilization act and program; Tillamook County Creamery Association; the Stabilizer newsletter; and the U.S. Department of Agriculture marketing agreement.

Related records can be found in the Milk Marketing Administration Records.

Separated Photographs

​Title ​Milk and Dairy Records
​Removed from ​Box 58 / Folder 37
Transferred to​ Photograph Box 1
Record type​ ​7 photographs
Medium​ ​Black and white photoprints
Dimensions​ 8" x 10"​
Scale​ ​n/a
​Description Oregon Dairy Products Commission, Public Relations
  1. ​June Dairy Month - Luncheon, 1980 
  2. June Dairy Month - Strawberries and Cream, 1980 
  3. Milk Advertisement - Athletes, 1980 
  4. Milk Advertisement - Circus, 1980 
  5. Broadcasting Award, 1981 
  6. Dairy Princess, 1981 
  7. Dairy Princess and Dolores Atiyeh, 1981​
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1942-1955 
Box 62 (.3 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents the department's efforts to control milk production, distribution, and marketing. The Milk Marketing Administration continued the work of the Milk Control Board and was abolished by the voters in 1954. The series contains correspondence and data about milk production and marketing. 

Related records can be found in the Milk and Dairy Records.​
ca. 1980-ca. 1993 
.2 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: none 

Series documents publications of the Oregon Dairy Council. The publications include calendars, promotions, contests, newsletters, recipes, health advice, and related topics.​
1985-1992
.25 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: Chronological by meeting date 

Series documents the actions of this commodity commission related to promotion, education, production, market research, and related efforts.​
1979-1992
.15 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: Chronological by publication date

Series documents the actions of the Oregon Dairy Products Commission as described in the newsletters. Most of the newsletters consist of "The Oregon Dairy Connection" but also include other related newsletters.​

Meat and Poultry

1943-1962
Box 54 (.6 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents department activities concerning the inspection of meat. The series contains correspondence and reports concerning meat inspection, slaughterhouses and butchering, meat grades, and sanitary conditions in meat plants. Series includes records from the Animal Industry Division, Market Development Division, and Meat Marketing Board. 

Related records can be found in Animal Disease Records, Animal Industry Program Records, and Livestock Records.​
1935-1986 
Boxes 74-75 (.65 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic

The records document department involvement in state and national programs to improve poultry and turkey production. Goals of the programs included flock improvement and the control, testing, and eradication of pullorum and other diseases, such as avian influenza. Series includes correspondence with the federal government, Oregon State University, and association and boards such as the Oregon Poultry Improvement Board, Oregon Poultry council, and Oregon Poultry and Hatchery Association; and annual and biennial reports concerning Oregon's role in the National Poultry and Turkey Improvement Plans. The poultry and turkey programs were administered by Oregon State University until 1945 when the programs were transferred to the Department of Agriculture, which continued to operate the programs out of offices at the university.​
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Media Generally

N.D. 
Film Boxes 1-10 (6.0 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic 

The series provides a visual and audio record of department activities. The films are 16 mm and vary in size from 7 to 12 inches; approximately 3/4 of the films in this series are incomplete sections of longer films. Topics of the films are animal division, animals at the state fair, century farms, cattle and farm scenes, crops and man, dairy scenes, fields and trees, flowers, "The Harvest," "Beyond the Harvest," nursery, "Oregon Meat Inspection," potatoes, prunes, peaches, and strawberries, "On Guard," ragweed, rodeo, staff, and "Roots of Wealth."​
ca. 1931-ca. 1963
1 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: none 

Series documents promotions, shipping, department management, and awards. Includes 3 Malheur Onion and Potato Growers promotional framed photographs; 1 framed photograph of a fruit processing plant; 10 dry mounted black and white photographs showing primarily shipping barges; 5 framed photographs showing division chiefs or managers; 4 framed appreciation certificates.​
1930-1988, bulk 1975-1988
Photograph Boxes 3-15 (7.0 cu. ft. 92-025); Furniture (.1 cu. ft. 71A-112)
Arrangement: By format; thereunder, alphabetical by subject

Photographs and slides provide visual documentation of department activities and of agriculture in Oregon. The photographs are both black and white and color, vary in size from 2" x 2" to 8" x 10", and include prints, negatives, and proofsheets.

The slides, both glass and plastic, are mainly in color, vary in size from 2" x 2" to 2.5" x 2.5", and are mounted on paper, metal, and plastic.

Both photographs and slides are arranged in broad topical groups: agricultural building, beans, brands, butter, canning, cattle, century farms, cherries, corn, dairy, lillies, fair, farms and fields, hay and grain, hops, irrigation, laboratories, meat inspection, nurseries, onions, peaches, pears, personnel, pests, pesticides, plants, potatoes, poultry, seeds, sheep, strawberries, and weights and measures.

A small portion of the series also documents department furniture in ca. 1970. Pictured are desks, chairs, typewriters, adding machines, telephones, and other office equipment.

Separated Photograph

​Title ​Photographs
​Removed from ​Photo Box 3
​Trasferred to ​Map Drawer 11
​Record type ​1 photoprint
​Medium ​Black and White
​Dimensions 10" x 19-1/2"​
​Scale ​n/a
Description​ Group of men in front of Imperial Hotel, c. 1930.​
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1989-1993 
7 posters (.15 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Unarranged

The series contains color posters illustrating agricultural activities. Titles of posters are Matching Oregon Wines and Foods; Art About Agriculture; Oregon Grown Fresh Produce: Seasonal Availability; Brands - A Cow's Only Return Address; National Agriculture Day: Honoring America's Providers, Harvest; National Agriculture Day: 20th Anniversary; and National Agriculture Day: The Faces of Agriculture. 

The posters have been removed to map and drawing storage.​
1938-1989 
Box 82 (.3 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by title

The series contains department publications titled: Agriculture in Oregon, Bulletin, D.I.R.T., and Team Talk, as well as publications concerning the Bonneville Power Administration, biennial reports, crop and livestock reports, and milk reports.​

Miscellaneous Department Records

1934-1983, bulk 1934-1957, 1983 
Box 39 (.4 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents the grain inspection activities of the division. The series includes correspondence, audit reports, and financial statements concerning warehouse inspections, weights and measures, and inspection fees.​
1981-1987 
Boxes 39-40 (1.55 cu. ft.) 
10 audio cassettes (.25 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological by date 

The series documents activities of the department to control gypsy moth infestations in Marion and Lane counties by using bacterial rather than chemical insecticides. Series includes correspondence with federal and other state agencies; scientific reports and studies; public relations activities to inform the public about spraying; correspondence from the public supporting or opposing the spraying program; results of spraying; and exhibits, transcripts, and audio cassettes of hearing testimony.

Separated Audio Tapes

​Title Gypsy Moth Project Records​
​Removed from ​Box 39 / Folder 26 (1); Folder 36 (2-10)
Trasferred to​ Audio cassette storage​
Record type​ ​Audio cassettes
Medium​ ​n/a
Dimensions​ ​​n/a
Scale​ ​n/a
Description​ Recordings of gypsy moth hearings concerning infestation in Salem and Marion County
1. January 21, 1982
2-4. March 22, 1982
5-10. March 23, 1982
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1889-1946
Boxes 41-43 (2.1 cu. ft.)
1 map (.1 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by type of record; thereunder, chronological

The series documents the activities of the Board of Horticulture and the Horticultural Society. Series includes correspondence, minutes, and biennial reports of the Board of Horticulture and letter press books of correspondence of the Horticulture Society. Topics covered in this series include fruit growing, nursery stock, licensing of nurseries, import licenses, quarantines, and diseases and blights.

Separated Map

​​Title Horticulture Records​
Removed from​ Box 43 / Folder 20​
Transferred to​ Map Drawer 11​
Record type​ 1 map​
Medium​ Blue line map with color added
Dimensions​ ​31" x 42"
Scale​ not given​
Description​ ​Map of Oregon showing commercial narcissus growers; includes statistics on number of growers, bulbs, infested bulbs; c. 1931.
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1968-1988 
Boxes 43-45 (1.9 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents the laboratory services provided by the department. The agricultural laboratory is concerned primarily with chemicals and food quality standards. Series includes correspondence, reports, and minutes about pesticide accident reports concerning chemical spills and contamination; the toxicity and continued use of thiram, a chemical used on seedlings to prevent rodent damage; Pesticide Review Board; the chemicals heptachlor and krenite; the JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards) mark, a symbol of quality required for food products exported to Japan; meat bacterial standards concerning the quality of meat; and COSITE, the Advisory Committee on Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment.​
1985-1988
Box 111 (.1 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents activities of the division. Records include correspondence dealing with product labeling and product sizes for gasoline and fuel oils and bread, measurement standards, and weights and measures inspection.​
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Natural Resources Division

1972-1997 
8 cu. ft.
Arrangement: Chronological by case file opening date 

Series documents the actions of the Natural Resources Division in relation to the Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) permit program. This program regulates activity and issues permits to protect water quality. Series includes case files containing applications, permits, reports, correspondence, notes, complaints, notices, receipts, exhibits, photographs, maps, aerial photographs, and related records.​
BOX 1
SWCD = Soil and Water Conservation District
SWCD Planning Grants, 1985-1987
Lost River Demonstration Project, 1989
Tualatin River Watershed Management Plan / Conservation Planning Grant, 1989
Upper Klamath Lake Grant Report, 1989
1987-1989 Planning Grant Funds-Administrator's Report, 1991
Rock Creek Watershed Improvement Plan, 1991
Final Report (District Grant Program), 1989
Final Report (District Grant Program), 1991
Grant Project Summary - Final Report Form, 1991-1993
Grant Project Summary - Final Report Form, 1993-1995
Grant Project Summary - Final Report Form, 1995-1997 (pt. 1)
Grant Project Summary - Final Report Form, 1995-1997 (pt. 2)
Governor's Watershed Enhancement Board Final Report, 1999 (pt. 1)
Governor's Watershed Enhancement Board Final Report, 1999 (pt. 2)
Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Funds to Soil and Water Conservation Districts Annual Report, 1997
Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Funds to Soil and Water Conservation Districts Annual Report, 1999
Governor's Watershed Enhancement Board - District Grants Program, 2000
SWCD Watershed Technical Specialist, End of Biennium Report, 1997-1999 (pt. 1)
SWCD Watershed Technical Specialist, End of Biennium Report, 1997-1999 (pt. 2)
BOX 1
SWCD = Soil and Water Conservation District
SWCD Final Project Summaries, 1989-2000
Baker Valley SWCD, Final Report, 1993-1997
Benton SWCD, Final Report, 1992-1998
Burnt River SWCD, Final Report, 1997
Clatsop SWCD, Final Report, 1993-1999
Clackamas SWCD, Final Report, 1999
Columbia SWCD, Final Report, 1991-1997
Coos SWCD, Final Report, 1991-1997
Crook County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Curry County SWCD, Final Report, 1991-1998
Deschutes SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1996
Douglas SWCD, Final Report, 1992-1997
Eagle Valley SWCD, Final Report, 1999
East Lane SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1998
East Multnomah SWCD, Final Report, 1993
Gilliam County SWCD, Final Report, 1989
Grant County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Harney County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Hood River SWCD, Final Report, 1994-1997
Illinois Valley SWCD, Final Report, 1989
Jackson SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Jefferson County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1993
Josephine SWCD, Final Report, 1992-2000
Keating SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Klamath SWCD, Final Report, 1993-1997
Lincoln SWCD, Final Report, 1991-1998
Linn SWCD, Final Report, 1989-2000
Malheur County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1995
Marion SWCD, Final Report, 1992-1993
Monument SWCD, Final Report, 1989-2000
Morrow SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1995
Washington County SWCD, Final Report, 1991
West Multnomah SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1999
Sherman County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Siuslaw SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1999
Tillamook County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-2000
Tillamook County, Willow Planting Project, 1993
Tillamook County, Miami River Stream Enhancement Project, 1993
Umatilla County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Umpqua County SWCD, Final Report, 1996-1997
Union County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1996
Wallowa SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1995
Wasco County SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
Wheeler SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1995
Yamhill SWCD, Final Report, 1989-1997
BOX 2
GWEB Final Report, 1999
Annual Report Re: Oregon Plan for Salmon & Watersheds Funds to Soil and Water Conservation Districts (Interagency Agreement Contract #97-005)
SLIDES [by sheet title]
GWEB 1, Oct. 1988
GWEB 2, Oct. 1988
GWEB, Aug. 1989 (1)
GWEB, Aug. 1989 (2)
GWEB - Wildlife, Jan 1989
GWEB - Clearcut, 1989
GWEB 1988, Jun. 1988
GWEB, Aug. 1989
GWEB #2, Sep-Oct 1988
Untitled, n.d.
GWEB - Clearcut, May 1989
Untitled, ca. 1989
GWEB, ca. 1988-1989
Old Timber, n.d.
Field Burning, ca. 1979-1989
GWEB, Aug 1989
AFS Riparian [slide labels] (1)
AFS Riparian [slide labels] (2)
AFS Riparian [slide labels] (3)
AFS Riparian [slide labels] (4)
AFS Riparian [slide labels] (5)
Untitled, ca. 1988
Mining (Old), 1977-1989
Fields, ca 1985-1989
Ag. Dinner, ca. 1981-1984
GWEB - Forest, 1989
GWEB, ca. 1984-1986
Timber, ca. 1974-1977
Moss Creek Project [slide labels], 1988
Siletz Forest, Aug. 1989
Forest, Aug. 1989
Forest, Jul. 1989
Range, Jan. 1989
GWEB Old Version (2.0)
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Plant Industry Division

1939-1954 
Boxes 66-67 (1.2 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents the department's regulation of the bee industry in order to control bee diseases. The department was required to inspect and register bee colonies and issue permits to move beehives. Series contains correspondence concerning the inspection, registration, and transportation of beehives, the affect of DDT and other chemicals on bees, license records, and complaints from beekeepers.​
1936-1988, bulk 1939-1955, 1984-1988
Boxes 68-74 (6.4 cu. ft.)
5 photographs (.1 cu. ft.)
1 volume (.5 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by subject

The series documents the activities of the division primarily through correspondence from the division chief and the director of the department. Series includes annual, biennial, monthly, special, and trip reports, and attorney general opinions. Records are arranged alphabetically by subject which include the control of plant diseases and pests, herbicides and pesticides, grades and standards for fruit and vegetables, horticultural inspections, nurseries, newsletters to nurserymen, the control of agricultural chemicals, processed foods, produce licenses, production and marketing, quarantine, shipping point inspections, spray and fumigation, standardization, weather modification, and weeds and weed control.

Plants that are the topic of the records found in this series include hay, holly, hops, lilies, nuts, onions, orchards, potatoes, prunes, ragweed, seeds, walnuts, and filberts.

Separated Photographs

​​Title Plant Industry Division Records​
Removed from​ Box 70 / Folder 22​
Transferred to​ Photograph Box 1​
​Record type ​5 photographs
​Medium ​Black and white photoprints
​Dimensions ​(1-2) varied; (3-5) 10" x 8"
Scale​ n/a​
Description​ 1-2. Microscopic views
3-5. Lilies in a pot

Taken from "The Dieback of L. Longiflorum," a laboratory report by F.P. McWhorter, April 6, 1944​
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​Title ​Plant Industry Division
​Removed from ​Box 73 / Folder 21
​Transferred to ​Oversize volume storage
Record type​ ​1 volume
​Medium ​n/a
​Dimensions ​n/a
​Scale ​n/a
​Description Shipping Point Inspection Records by Inspectors and Commodities; volume lists inspector's name, commodity (apples, pears, potatoes, onions, cauliflower, prunes, fruit, etc.), and amount; 1926-1948 ​​
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1941-1988, bulk 1946-1957
Boxes 67-68 (.8 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: Alphabetical by type of pest or disease; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents the department's activities concerning the detection and control of pests and diseases affecting agricultural plants. The series includes correspondence and reports, investigation and hearing records, and communication with the federal government. The following diseases and pests are documented: apple maggot, azalea flower spot, cherry fruit fly, Dutch elm disease, eastern filbert blight, European corn bore, grasshoppers, Japanese beetle, Khapra beetle, yellow dwarf onion, oriental fruit moth, peach diseases, pear psylla, pine shoot moth, potato tuber moth, and vetch weevil. 

Related records can be found in the Gypsy Moth Records. ​
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Soil and Water Conservation Division

1985-1988 
Box 106 (.4 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Chronological 

The series documents the division administrator's correspondence with local soil and water conservation districts. Topics of correspondence include legislation and funding, watershed management plans, grant projects, CAFO complaints, the Governor's Watershed Enhancement Board, the Williamette River erosion plan, and water quality. Also included are agreements and memos of understanding concerning CAFO and non-point source pollution. ​
1978-1983
Boxes 106-109 (3.6 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic 

The series documents the 208 program that implemented the 1972 Federal Water Pollution Control Act, popularly known as the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the program was to develop a statewide water quality management program with particular emphasis on nonpoint source water pollution. In Oregon, the Department of Environmental Quality worked with the Soil and Water Conservation Commission to plan and implement the program. The 208 program was ended in 1988 and refunded in 1989 with program 319 of the Clean Water Act. 

The records include correspondence; draft, quarterly, and final reports; grant proposals and plans; agreements; meeting records, opinions and decisions, financial reports, and public relations and public participation records. Records are arranged alphabetically by project: Tillamook, Umatilla, Oregon State University, the Rogue Valley, Malheur County, the CAFO (Confined Animal Feeding Operations) waste management project, and the Foothills (Willamette Valley) erosion study.
1948-1987
Boxes 110-111 (1.5 cu. ft.)
Arrangement: By type of record; thereunder, chronological 

The series documents activities of the association that is composed of local conservation districts to promote the conservation and wise use of natural resources and to maintain a quality environment. Series includes the constitution and by-laws, convention records, newsletters, minutes, the education committee survey, the forestry committee's farm forestry inventory, the history of conservation districts and the OACD, the Water Resources Committee minutes, and records of the Watershed Committee, Willamette Basin Subcommittee and the Natural Resource Conservation Program.
1977-1995 
.1 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: chronological by meeting date​
1944-1987
Photograph Box 2 (1.0 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by topic 

The series provides a visual record of the work of the soil and water conservation division. Series includes photographs and negatives in various sizes and both black and white and color. In addition to individual and group photographs of staff, the photographs are arranged in topical groupings such as dams, drainage, dunes, floods, irrigation, land clearing, land use, mulching, plants, ponds, range, strip-cropping, trees, watersheds, and wildlife. Photographs are stored in Photograph Box 2 in the photograph storage area.

Also see related photographs from a private donation accession (2002B-021) that were maintained by a soil conservation district coordinator. Many of these 41 black and white photographs are promotional or informational in nature and were produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. They date from ca. 1950 to ca. 1960. Photographs are stored in a private donation box in the photograph storage area.
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Soil and Water Conservation Generally

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1939-1988 
Boxes 82-83 (1.3 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by type of record 

The series documents the administrative activities of the Soil and Water Conservation Commission and its predecessors, the Soil Conservation Committee and the Soil and Water Conservation Committee. Series includes biennial and annual reports, minutes, news releases, program publications and reports, and administrator's correspondence. Topics covered in the correspondence and reports include coastal management, sediment reduction, the discharge of waste water from livestock operations, and complaints from citizens about air and water pollution. ​
1981-2000 
.1 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: chronological by meeting date​
1947-2004 
10 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: district name or county 

The series documents the proceedings of meetings held at the individual Soil and Water Districts throughout the state. Some duplication in the two accessions may exist. ​
1939-1986 (Boxes 84-105, 92A-025), 1956-1996 (Boxes 1-15, 98B-025)
Boxes 84-105 (22.0 cu.ft.), Boxes 1-15 (15 cu. ft.) 
Arrangement: Alphabetical by district name 

The series documents original formation of individual soil and water conservation districts, any subsequent reorganizations, meeting proceedings, and reported activities. These records were sent to the Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Division by the individual districts on a regular basis. Records include annual reports, district maps, minutes, hearing transcripts, election and referendum records, correspondence, Secretary of State certificates, district supervisor oaths of office, annual plans of work, and publicity records.

Folder listing for 1956-1986 (Boxes 1-15, 98B-025) ​
​Box 1​
Baker County Soil & Water Conservation District ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Memoranda of Understanding 1956-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1987-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1954-1996 ​
Benton County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1984-1992 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1960-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1988-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Memoranda of Understanding 1966-1992 ​
Burnt River County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1994-1995 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1949-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1989-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1977-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1957-1993 ​
Authorizations & Directives 1975 ​
Memoranda of Understanding 1950-1990 ​
Clackamas County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1991-1992 ​
Minutes 1991-1997 ​
Annual Work Plans 1974-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1980-1997 ​
Box 2 ​
Clackamas County SWCD, cont'd ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Request Forms 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1974-1992 ​
Memoranda of Understanding 1974-1994 ​
Oaths of Office 1987-1993 ​
Authorization & Directives 1974 ​
Conservation Program ​
Clatsop County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1993-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 (2 folders) ​
Annual Work Plans 1973-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1986-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1986-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Memo of Understanding 1973-1983 ​
Columbia County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1993-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1988-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Memos of Understanding 1967-1994 ​
Annual Work Plans 1967-1996 ​
Minutes 1994-1996 ​
Box 3 ​
Coos County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1991-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1962-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1984-1996 ​
Elections 1976-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Memo of Understanding 1963-1985 ​
Crook County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1987-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1994 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Reports 1988-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1973-1993 ​
Curry County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1960-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Box 4 ​
Deschutes County SWCD ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Oaths of Office 1988-1993 ​
Elections 1988-1992 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1987-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1987-1996 ​
Douglas County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1988-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1978-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1986-1996 ​
Elections 1988-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1987-1993 ​
Memo of Understanding 1988-1990 ​
Eagle Valley County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1993-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1959-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1985-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Memo of Understanding 1944-1983 ​
East Lane County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 (2 folders) ​
Annual Work Plan 1988-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1988-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Box 5 ​
East Lane County SWCD, cont'd ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1988-1995 ​
Oaths of Office 1988-1993 ​
East Multnomah County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1994-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1949-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1980-1993 ​
SWCD Information 1989 ​
Fort Rock/Silver Lake County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1985 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1954-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1988-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Gilliam County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1946-1996 ​
Annual Report 1978-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1988-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Box 6
Grant County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1985-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1997 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 (2 folders) ​
Budget Requests 1988-1996 ​
Elections 1973-1997 ​
Oaths of Office 1986-1993 ​
Hood River County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 (2 folders) ​
Annual Work Plan 1964-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1986-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1981-1993 ​
Harney County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1974-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1988-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Annual Work Plans 1982-1996 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
SWCD Information ​
Box 7
Illinois Valley SWCD ​
Correspondence 1995 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1965-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1986-1996 ​
Grants-Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Oaths of Office 1973-1993 ​
Jackson County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1968-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1979-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Jefferson County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1958-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1982-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1983-1993 ​
Box 8
Josephine County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1956-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1977-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1988-1993 ​
Elections 1980-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1996 ​
Keating County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1995-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1943-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1991-1997 ​
Financial Reports 1988-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1992 ​
Klamath County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1997 (2 folders) ​
Annual Work Plan 1976-1996 ​
Annual Records 1983-1994 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1990 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Lakeview County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1955-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Box 9 ​
Lincoln County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1966 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1991 ​
Linn County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Annual Report 1981-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Malheur County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1979-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1980-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1985-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1994 ​
Elections 1978-1990 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Box 10 ​
Marion County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1973-1994 ​
Annual Reports 1978-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1995 ​
Elections 1980-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Monument County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1960-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1988-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Morrow County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1972-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Box 11 ​
Polk County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1966-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1978-1995 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Sherman County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1955-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1983-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Siuslaw County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1962-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Tillamook County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1995-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1965-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Box 12 ​
Tillamook County SWCD, cont'd ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1984-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1984-1993 ​
Umatilla County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1975-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1983-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1992 ​
Umpqua County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1995-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1994 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1978-1993 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Union County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plans 1976-1996 ​
Box 13 ​
Union County SWCD, cont'd ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1993-1997 ​
Wallowa County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1955-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1988-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Recall-Dr. Jackman 1982 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Wasco County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1980-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1986-1996 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1995 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
Washington County SWCD ​
Correspondence 1993-1996 ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Box 14 ​
Washington County SWCD, cont'd ​
Annual Work Plan 1984-1995 ​
Annual Reports 1982-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1991-1997 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1993 ​
West Multnomah County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1967-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1988-1995 ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1981-1993 ​
Sturgeon Lake Project ​
Wheeler County SWCD ​
Minutes 1991-1996 ​
Annual Work Plan 1965-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1981-1995 ​
Box 15 ​
Wheeler County SWCD, cont'd ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1995 ​
Yamhill County SWCD ​
Annual Work Plans 1964-1996 ​
Annual Reports 1979-1996 ​
Financial Reports 1987-1995 (2 folders) ​
Budget Requests 1987-1996 ​
Elections 1978-1992 ​
Oaths of Office 1979-1 ​
1985-1997
.1 cu. ft. 
Arrangement: chronological by meeting date 

Minutes of the bi/annual meeting among Oregon, Washington and Idaho members of the commission. Individuals from Oregon also hold a position on the Oregon Soil and Water Conservation Commission.​
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