FINDING AID

AUBURN UNIVERSITY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & ARCHIVES


Guide to the Stewards of Family Farms, Ranches, and Forests, RG 109


Listed by: Dieter C. Ullrich
Date: September 2003

Date Span:
1993-1998

Size:
9.5 cubic feet.

Number of Boxes:
1 document box; 9 record center boxes.

Historical or Biographical Sketch:
Stewards of Family Farms, Ranches, and Forests is a non-profit, educational organization that promotes "education and good stewardship of the land", protects "private property rights of landowners who are good stewards", and educates citizens about "the contributions made to our nation by environmentally healthy and economically sound family farms, ranches, and forests." It was founded in the early 1990's by William Moody, then the head of the Alabama Forestry Commission.

Scope and Content:
Consist of financial documents, various newspaper clippings, miscellaneous correspondence, membership lists, photographs, tax information, newsletters, brochures, and Steward's and Plan-It3 video cassettes, compact discs, and educational supplements produced by the Stewards of Family Farms, Ranches, and Forests. Includes William Moody's tape-recorded recollections regarding the founding of the Stewards and a transcript of the tape.


Item list:
Accession Number: 98-056
Box 1

Box 2 Box 3 Box 4 Box 5 Box 6 Box 7 Box 8 Box 9
Item list:
Accession Number: 96-097
Box 1

Return to Special Collections & Archives Homepage