The purpose of this survey project is to provide data to support the assessment of the Old Fort Lewis Campus located near Hesperus, Colorado. The Office of Community Services at Fort Lewis College is developing planning documents for the site. The survey data will assist preservation planning activities for the Old Fort and will help in making decisions about development that affect the site's cultural resources., prepared for Office of Community Services, Fort Lewis College ; prepared by Jill Seyfarth., "As part of the Cultural Resource Survey and Preservation plan project number 2007-02-019. Deliverable no. 7.", "October 2007.", Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed December 2018), State Historical Fund Project number 2007-02-019
a product of Office of Economic Analysis & Business Research ; prepared by Robert Sonora and Deborah Walker ; student assistant Jeremy Douglas., "January 2010.", Includes bibliographic references pages 27-28., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2019)
a product of Office of Economic Analysis & Business Research ; prepared by Deborah Walker, Megan Klocek., "September 2004.", Includes bibliographic references pages 15-16., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2019)
This summary report presents findings and recommendations resulting from an evaluation of selected demonstration projects that received funding in 1999 and 2000 from the Four Corners Sustainable Forests Partnership Demonstration Grants Program. It describes project-level activities taking place in communities where timber, forests, and public land have played historically significant roles in their social and economic makeup. It begins to identify perspectives and understandings of the issues active in efforts at community economic revitalization and ecosystem restoration. It also begins to clarify regional patterns and trends in renewing a timber products industry while benefiting the ecological health of forests. Finally, it begins to outline the needs for building greater capacity for community revitalization and ecosystem restoration, and where needs and opportunities appear to exist., "August 2001.", "Demonstration grants program evaluation report Community Services at Fort Lewis College by the Four Corners Sustainable Forests Partnership to evaluate selected recipients of the FCSFP Demonstration Grants Program. Project coordinator was Sam Burns, PhD. Main investigator and report writer was Tim Richard, MA.", Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed December 2018)
made by Leonard V. Koos on behalf of the Commission on State Institutions and the State Board of Agriculture ; for submission of the Governor and the Thirty-eighth General Assembly of the State of Colorado., Cover title., Print version record.
Cover title., "July 2000.", "7/2000.", "A study conducted by the Office of Community Services at Fort Lewis College with assistance from the Four Corners Heritage Council in Blanding, Utah. Funded by the USDA Forest Service Region 2, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and National Park Service.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.