Conservation Commission Map
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series consists of the original map and aperture cards with filmed sections of the map. The Utah resource map was created to help Utahns know what resources were available and where they could be found in the State. The maps were hung in libraries and schools and were also available for sale to the public. The maps displayed all resources from soil to timber and all boundaries within the state.
Numerical by number on aperture card
Correspondence from the Conservation Commission, Series 1151, contains information on gathering the material for the maps.
Minutes from the Conservation Commission, Series 21934, discusses the purpose of the map and who should be contacted to aid in the making of it.
Reports from the Conservation Commission, Series 83975, explains what the map is and why it was made.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series is scheduled under the Utah State Agency General Retention Schedule, schedule 3, item 1, in 1997. Its retention is based on the agency and because the State Archives is permanently storing the records of the agency the map will also be retained permanently. The map was filmed on aperture cards with the original cleaned and retained. This series was processed by Wendy Checketts in 1999. An aperture card plagiarizing the resource map for the Deer Creek Utah Lake Project was removed and stored with the records of the State Board.
- Conservation of natural resources—Public relations—Utah.
- Utah—Arid regions agriculture.
- Utah—Forests and forestry.
- Utah—Mines and mineral resources.
- Utah—Natural resources—Study and teaching.
Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.