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Environmental issues in the 1980s

Environmental issues in the 1980s
Creator: League of Women Voters of Kansas
Date: 1980
The League of Women Voters of Kansas initiated a project to participate in development of an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Kansas. This leaflet identifies twelve problems ranging from ground water depletion, contamination of streams, solid and hazardous water management, vehicle emissions, to drinking water standards. The information for each issue included background and way was proposed for the 1981 program. The flyer also included a survey asking respondents to comment on each of the twelve issues. The information was to be sent to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

Glenn D. Stockwell, Sr. to Leslie G. Templin

Glenn D. Stockwell, Sr. to Leslie G. Templin
Creator: Stockwell, Glenn D.
Date: November 1, 1955
In this letter, Glen Stockwell outlines his reasons for opposing the construction of a dam on Tuttle Creek in North Central, Kansas. Mr Stockwell writes to Leslie Templin to provide background information about Public Law 566 that authorized the Department of Agriculture to enter into assistance agreements with small watersheds for the purpose of controlling soil erosion and floods.


Creator: McCormick Distilling Company
Date: 1986
Small ceramic jug that was probably created as a souvenir by the McCormick Distillery of Weston, Missouri. Paper label advertises "BOTTOMS UP! / 200 Proof Water / from / Cheyenne Bottoms." It was used in a 1986 campaign calling attention to the endangered Cheyenne Bottoms wetlands, located northeast of Great Bend in Barton County, Kansas.

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