Inventory of the Phillip J. Janik Papers, 1959 – 2006

Descriptive Summary

Abstract: Phillip J. Janik (1945-2006) was a forester who worked for the U.S. Forest Service from 1974 through 2004, serving an influential role as regional forester in Alaska during the 1990s. His landmark achievement as Alaska Regional Forester was the completion of the revision of the Tongass Land Management Plan in 1997.

The collection contains e-mail correspondence, letters, handwritten notes, speeches, slides, meeting and conference materials, small USDA Forest Service publications, newspaper clippings, articles, and photographs collected throughout the course of Janik's career in the Forest Service, spanning from 1974 to 2004. The bulk of the collection centers on two major topical areas. The first is Alaska and the Tongass National Forest, where Janik spent time as the regional forester from 1994-1998. Most notably this portion of the collection documents the Tongass Land Management Plan revision completed in 1997, and the controversy surrounding this issue. The second major area of the collection is sustainable forestry, in which Janik played a leadership role late in his career.

Title: Phillip J. Janik Papers, 1959 - 2006

Creator: Janik, Phillip J., 1945-2006

Repository: Forest History Society Library and Archives

Call Number: 7766

Language of Material: Material in English

Extent: 14.59 linear feet (32 archival boxes, 1 record carton)

 

Biographical Note

Phillip J. Janik (1945-2006) was a forester who worked for the U.S. Forest Service from 1974 through 2004, serving an influential role as regional forester in Alaska during the 1990s. His landmark achievement as Alaska Regional Forester was the completion of the revision of the Tongass Land Management Plan in 1997.

Phillip J. Janik was born in Wisconsin in 1945. He earned his bachelor's degree in forestry from the University of Montana in 1967. He also received a master's degree in wildlife science from Oregon State University. Janik began his career in forestry after serving for seven years as a naval officer and professor of Naval ROTC at Oregon State University.

Upon joining the USDA Forest Service in 1974, he worked as a Forest Biologist on the Siuslaw National Forest in Oregon, where he assisted with the design of timber sale projects and collaborated with the Siuslaw Forest Supervisor to integrate wildlife and fish issues into overall management of the forest.

As his Forest Service career progressed, Janik moved through a series of increasingly responsible positions. The 1980s saw Janik working in Washington, D.C., setting national policy on wildlife, fisheries, and rare plants. In 1994 he became the regional forester of Alaska. In this leadership role, Janik was the principal decision maker for all aspects of forestry on the Tongass and Chugach National Forests. His most notable achievement as Alaska Regional Forester was the completion of the revision of the Tongass Land Management Plan in 1997. He involved scientists throughout the revision process, pioneering a science-based forest management strategy focusing on conservation of this unique, old-growth rainforest.

Before retiring from the Forest Service in 2004, Janik also served as Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief for State and Private Forestry. Near the end of his thirty-year career with the Forest Service, he embarked upon several projects which he continued to work on after retiring in 2004. In the early 2000s, not only was Janik a member of the Chief's Sustainability Roundtable, but he also served on the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) External Review Panel, of which he was elected Chair in 2005. He also served on the board of the Institute for Culture and Ecology (IFCAE) during the early 2000s. As a member of the Old Smokeys, Janik devoted a great deal of time and energy to planning the Forest Service Centennial Reunion in 2005.

The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Monthly in June 2006 commemorates Janik's "cheerful energetic, and positive attitude that engaged every person around him and valued ideas from any source. His dedication to forest conservation and sustainable forestry was both obvious and infectious, and his constant search for better and more effective ways to promote good forest management was an inspiration to all who worked with him." Janik passed away April 28, 2006.

 

Collection Overview

The collection contains e-mail correspondence, letters, handwritten notes, speeches, slides, meeting and conference materials, small USDA Forest Service publications, newspaper clippings, articles, diaries, and photographs collected throughout the course of Janik's career in the Forest Service, spanning from 1974 to 2004. The bulk of the collection centers on two major topical areas. The first is Alaska and the Tongass National Forest, where Janik spent time as the regional forester from 1994-1998. Most notably this portion of the collection documents the Tongass Land Management Plan revision completed in 1997, and the controversy surrounding this issue. The second major area of the collection is sustainable forestry, in which Janik played a leadership role late in his career.

Collection Arrangement

  1. Sustainability, 1959-2006 
  2. Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1971-2006 
  3. Speeches, 1977-2003 
  4. Small Publications, Newsletters, USDA Publications, 1971-2006 
  5. Institute for Culture and Ecology (IFCAE), 2002-2006 
  6. Conference, Meeting, and Workshop Materials, 1985-2006, n.d. 
  7. Letters, 1997-2004, n.d. 
  8. Ethics, 2000-2002 
  9. State and Private Forestry, 1998-2006 
  10. U.S. Forest Service History 
  11. Articles, 1999-2005 
  12. Speeches by Others, 1980-2005, n.d. 
  13. Personal and Humorous 
  14. International Forestry 
  15. National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry (NCSSF), 2001-2005 
  16. PACFISH and Fisheries Management, 1976-1995 
  17. Water, Wildlife, and Biology, 1993-2005 
  18. Pinchot Institute and University of Montana Communication Strategy Project, Winter 2003 
  19. Diaries, 1994-2002

 

Subject Headings

  • Janik, Phillip J., 1945-
  • United States. Forest Service
  • Tongass National Forest (Alaska)
  • Tongass National Forest (Alaska)--Management
  • Timber -- Management -- Alaska
  • Forest management -- United States

 

Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Sustainability, 1959-2006.
  • Box 1
    Sustainability 1959-2000

    • Folder 1.1
      Program for the National Forests brochure, USDA Miscellaneous Publication 794, April 1959
    • Folder 1.2
      Sustainability Roundtable First Follow-up Meeting Attendees List, September 9, 1989
    • Folder 1.3
      Bound booklet, National Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy, January 1993
    • Folder 1.4
      Brochure, the Santiago Declaration, April 1995
    • Folder 1.5
      Report of the United States on the Criteria and Indicators for the Sustainable Management of Temperate and Boreal Forests, June 1997
    • Folder 1.6
      Progress report, "Sustainable Forestry for Tomorrow's World: 4th Annual Sustainable Forestry Initiative Progress Report 1998"
    • Folder 1.7
      Memorandum re: Forest Inventory and Assessment, March 11, 1998, National Association of State Foresters
    • Folder 1.8
      Presentation by Albert Abee, printout of Power Point slides entitled "Sustainable Ecosystems, Stable Economies, and Strong Communities," June 16, 1998
    • Folder 1.9
      Summary of Chief's Roundtable on Sustainable Management, July 14, 1998
    • Folder 1.10
      Draft - Chronological History of Sustainable Development, memorandum defining Forest Service leadership roles in sustainable forestry and naming Janik as leader in this process, July 30, 1998
    • Folder 1.11
      Forest Planning and Management 1998, Items pertaining to Forest Certification, Forest Inventory and Assessment
    • Folder 1.12
      Brochure, 8.5x11, Sustainable Forestry Reforestation: Growing Tomorrow's Forests Today, American Forest and Paper Association, 1998
    • Folder 1.13
      Background, US Commitment to Sustainable Forest Management, 1992-1998
    • Folder 1.14
      Forest Planning and Management 1999; contains Roundtable on Sustainable Forests and whitepaper on managing species viability
    • Folder 1.15
      Conference notebook, Meeting of the National Task Force on Energy and Mineral Indicators of Sustainability, June 16, 1999
    • Folder 1.16
      Sustainable Forestry Partnership; overview, brochures, website printout, 1999
    • Folder 1.17
      Conference notebook, Part 1 of 3, 11th Meeting of Montreal Process Working Group, November 28-December 1, 1999
    • Folder 1.18
      Conference notebook, Part 2 of 3, 11th Meeting of Montreal Process Working Group, November 28-December 1, 1999
    • Folder 1.19
      Conference folder, Part 3 of 3, 11th Meeting of Montreal Process Working Group, November 28-December 1, 1999
    • Folder 1.20
      Roundtable on Sustainable Forests Participants List as of May 13, 1999
    • Folder 1.21
      NCSE Proposal for National Commission on Sustainable Forestry, August 1, 2000
  • Box 2
    Sustainability 2000-2002

    • Folder 2.1
      National Framework for Sustainable Resource Management, May 26, 2000
    • Folder 2.2
      E-mail correspondence of Sustainable Forestry Initiative Expert Review Panel Charter Amendments, September 2000
    • Folder 2.3
      Forest Monitoring Project Conference Call, January 17, 2001
    • Folder 2.4
      Forest Planning and Management, 2001
    • Folder 2.5
      Memorandum of understanding, US Sustainable Forest Management 2001
    • Folder 2.6
      Conference binder, Sustainable Forestry Initiative 6th Annual Summer Conference, June 18-20, 2001
    • Folder 2.7
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program Expert Review Panel Annual Meeting, March 29-30, 2001
    • Folder 2.8
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program Publications, 2001
    • Folder 2.9
      Letter from W. Henson Moore, American Forest & Paper Association, to Randi Spivak, American Lands Alliance, August 3, 2001
    • Folder 2.10
      E-mail correspondence of Sustainable Forestry Initiative Expert Review Panel, October-December 2001
    • Folder 2.11
      Forest Planning and Management, 2002
    • Folder 2.12
      Working Papers of Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel, 2002
    • Folder 2.13
      E-mail correspondence of Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel, January-April 2002
  • Box 3
    Sustainability 2002-2003

    • Folder 3.1
      Brochure, Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program 7th Annual Progress Report Summary, 2002
    • Folder 3.2
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Sustainable Forestry Board E-mail Correspondence, 2002
    • Folder 3.3
      Certification/3rd Party Audits, contains draft of Reasons for 3rd Party Auditing on National Forests by Janik, January 3, 2002
    • Folder 3.4
      Opinions on Sustainability and Sustainable Development, by Janik, April 30, 2002
    • Folder 3.5
      Chadwick Dearing Oliver's "Achieving Sustainable Forestry" Seminar Series, Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, 2002
    • Folder 3.6
      1360 Meetings/Certification Meetings, Spring 2002
    • Folder 3.7
      Memorandum to Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel from Rick Cantrell, American Forest and Paper Association, re: Announcement of Sustainable Forestry Initiative 2002 Progress Report, May 30, 2002
    • Folder 3.8
      Conference binder, Sustainable Forestry Initiative Seventh Annual Conference, September 17-18, 2002
    • Folder 3.9
      Paper written in Fall 2002 by R. Neil Sampson about the seven years of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative to be presented at the World Forestry Congress, Quebec, Canada, Fall 2003
    • Folder 3.10
      Forest Certification Watch Number 28, October 31, 2002
    • Folder 3.11
      Staples Policy on Environmental Procurement, 2003
    • Folder 3.12
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Annual Meeting materials, April 2003
    • Folder 3.13
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Sustainable Forestry Board materials and activities, 2003
    • Folder 3.14
      Call for Nominations, Sustainable Forestry Initiative Implementation Committee Achievement Awards, July 25, 2003
    • Folder 3.15
      E-mail correspondence of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel, 2003
  • Box 4
    Sustainability 2003

    • Folder 4.1
      Oregon Board of Forestry Meeting Materials, September 3, 2003 (Part 1 of 2)
    • Folder 4.2
      Oregon Board of Forestry Meeting Materials, with sub-folders labeled "Sustainability" and "Sustainable Forestry," September 3, 2002 (Part 2 of 2)
    • Folder 4.3
      Small spiral-bound notebook of handwritten notes from Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel meeting, September 2003
    • Folder 4.4
      External Review Panel Resources Committee Materials and Activities from meeting, September 17, 2003
    • Folder 4.5
      Forest Certification Watch Conference Folder, September 25, 2003
    • Folder 4.6
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program Annual Conference, September 29-October 1, 2003
    • Folder 4.7
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel Resources Committee Conference Call, October 20, 2003
    • Folder 4.8
      Correspondence with Tom Thomson, Thomson Family Tree Farm, November 2003
    • Folder 4.9
      Letter to Sustainable Forestry Board from Rainforest Action Network, November 7, 2003
  • Box 5
    Sustainability 2004

    • Folder 5.1
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard Review Subcommittee Charter, 2004
    • Folder 5.2
      Western Regional Workshop on Sustainable Forests, February 3-4, 2004
    • Folder 5.3
      Ideas About National Report and Forest Certification (draft), Ruth McWilliams, January 14, 2004
    • Folder 5.4
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel Review Materials for the Draft Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard, contains Janik's handwritten notes, June 9, 2004
    • Folder 5.5
      National Forest Certification Scope of Work Document, Draft 6, July 7, 2004
    • Folder 5.6
      USDA Forest Service Executive Leadership Team Briefing, July 20, 2004
    • Folder 5.7
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program 2004 Annual Conference, September 21-24, 2004
    • Folder 5.8
      "The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Certification Program: Some Priority Problems & Reforms," by Kate Heaton, October 2004
    • Folder 5.9
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard Master Document for 2004 Review
    • Folder 5.10
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard 2004, copies of Public Comments with Janik's annotation, pages 1-107 (Part 1 of 2)
    • Folder 5.11
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard 2004, copies of Public Comments with Janik's annotation, pages 108-276 (Part 2 of 2)
    • Folder 5.12
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Procedures for Standard Review, 2004
  • Box 6
    Sustainability 2005

    • Folder 6.1
      Drafts of letter to accompany 10th Annual Sustainable Forestry Initiative Progress Report, June 3, 2005
    • Folder 6.2
      Sustainable Forestry Board Resources Committee conference call draft minutes, August 24, 2005
    • Folder 6.3
      Sustainable Forestry Board Resources Committee, September 30, 2005
    • Folder 6.4
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard document, 2005-2009
    • Folder 6.5
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program Annual Conference 2005, with sub-folder labeled SFI Trip
    • Folder 6.6
      Bound meeting book, Celebrating the SFI Program-Marking a Decade of Growth and Looking to the Future, from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program Annual Conference 2005
    • Folder 6.7
      Bound workshop book, Sustainable Forestry Board 2005-2009 Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard Implementation Workshops, Spring 2005
    • Folder 6.8
      Supplemental Materials to Folder 77
    • Folder 6.9
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel E-mail correspondence, 2005
  • Box 7
    Sustainability 2005-2006, n.d.

    • Folder 7.1
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Annual Conference Sustainable Forestry Board Listening Session & Biodiversity Issues Panel, September 20, 2005
    • Folder 7.2
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative Standard Review Workshop Materials, September 28, 2005
    • Folder 7.3
      Decision memorandum; Sustainable Forestry Board Structure, William H. Banzhaf, October 14, 2005
    • Folder 7.4
      Report, "Forest Certification: Challenges & Trends," Sustainable Forestry Board, October 25, 2005
    • Folder 7.5
      Sustainable Forestry Board Resources Committee Retreat, November 7-8, 2005
    • Folder 7.6
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative meeting notes, Portland, OR, November 8, 2005
    • Folder 7.7
      Biological Diversity & Wildlife Habitat Considerations in Managed Forests, December 14, 2005
    • Folder 7.8
      Sustainable Forestry Initiative External Review Panel, E-mail Correspondence, 2006
    • Folder 7.9
      Transitions of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program, n.d.
    • Folder 7.10
      Roundtable on Sustainable Forests & Grasslands Contacts list, n.d.
2. Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1971-2006.
  • Box 8
    Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1971-1984

    • Folder 8.1
      Alaska Region Mission and Objectives, signed S.T. Olsen, February 1, 1971
    • Folder 8.2
      Tongass Land Management Plan Wildlife Task Force Working Report, April 1978
    • Folder 8.3
      Tongass Land Management Plan Fisheries Task Force Working Report, April 1978
    • Folder 8.4
      Forest Service document highlighting commitment to Alaska and Alaskans, no date
    • Folder 8.5
      Booklet, Alaska commercial tree species, no date
    • Folder 8.6
      Tongass Land Management Plan Final Environmental Impact Statement, Parts 1 & 2 of 2
    • Folder 8.7
      Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, enacted by Congress of the United States, 1980
    • Folder 8.8
      A History of the United States Forest Service in Alaska, by Lawrence W. Rakestraw, Anchorage, Alaska, 1981
    • Folder 8.9
      Final EIS - Alaska Regional Guide, no date
    • Folder 8.10
      The Fight to Save Wild Alaska, by Robert Cahn with handwritten note to Janik dated June 28, 1983, signed "Hugh," and Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Implementation Plan and Status Report, June 15, 1983, tucked inside
    • Folder 8.11
      USDA Forest Service Alaska Region Admin Doc 142, 1984 Wildlife and Fisheries Report Alaska Region
    • Folder 8.12
      Folder, Press release, "Barton Becomes New Regional Forester of Alaska," May 30, 1984
    • Folder 8.13
      Booklet, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Program Goals and Objectives 1985-1990, Alaska Region
    • Folder 8.14
      Booklet, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Program Goals and Objectives 1985-1990, Alaska Region
  • Box 9
    Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1984-1996

    • Folder 9.1
      Briefing Papers on the Deer Habitat/Timber Management Situation, Tongass National Forest General Management Review, May 1984
    • Folder 9.2
      Brochure, Fish in the Forest: Large Woody Debris in Streams, A New Management Approach to Fish Habitat, September 1986
    • Folder 9.3
      Wildlife and Fisheries Program Highlights, Tongass National Forest, 1987
    • Folder 9.4
      Hearings Briefing Material - Alaska Wildlife & Fish, Winter 1987-88
    • Folder 9.5
      Alaska Region Fish Habitat Enhancement Program, April 1988
    • Folder 9.6
      Newspaper articles, Tongass National Forest,1992-1993
    • Folder 9.7
      Newspaper articles, Tongass National Forest, 1994-1996
    • Folder 9.8
      Tribal-Agency PACFISH Strategy Summit, March 2, 1994
    • Folder 9.9
      Anadromous Fish Habitat Assessment, April 1, 1994
    • Folder 9.10
      Fishing Vessels in Alaska, c. 1994
    • Folder 9.11
      Letter to the editor of Ketchikan Daily News from democratic candidate for governor Tony Knowles, "Timber goals," October 22, 1994
    • Folder 9.12
      "Tongass Salmon Lose Again: Dirty backroom deals to give away public timber," by Ted Williams, Fly, Rod and Reel, November/December 1994
    • Folder 9.13
      Newspaper articles relating to the Tongass Land Management Plan controversy, 1994
    • Folder 9.14
      Memorandum to US Forest Service employees announcing Janik's arrival as Region 10 Regional Forester, June 1, 1994
    • Folder 9.15
      Correspondence with Senator Ted Stevens relating to resource management in Tongass National Forest, September 1994
    • Folder 9.16
      Draft of talking points for review by Secretary of Agriculture relating to Alaska timber and forest products, August 29, 1995
    • Folder 9.17
      USDA Alaska Region Leadership Team, November 29, 1995
    • Folder 9.18
      Newspaper articles relating to Tongass National Forest Land Management Controversy, 1995
    • Folder 9.19
      Newspaper articles relating to Tongass National Forest Land Management Controversy, 1996
  • Box 10
    Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1997

    • Folder 10.1
      Facts on Our Forest Roads, 1997
    • Folder 10.2
      Facts About the Tongass Forest Plan, 1997
    • Folder 10.3
      Facts on the Tongass Land Management Revision, 1997
    • Folder 10.4
      Tongass Land Management Plan Briefing Kit, 1997
    • Folder 10.5
      Newspaper articles, Tongass Land Management Plan controversy, 1997
    • Folder 10.6
      "Course to the Future: Positioning Fire and Aviation Management for the 21st Century Report to R-10 Regional Leadership Team - February 1997"
    • Folder 10.7
      Capitol Christmas Tree Press Release, March 18, 1997
    • Folder 10.8
      Letter to Mr. David Allen, Regional Director of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, April 4, 1997
    • Folder 10.9
      Civil Rights Policy Documentation for Region 10 Employees, April 16, 1997
    • Folder 10.10
      Table of Tongass Land Management Plan Components, May 1997
    • Folder 10.11
      Tongass Land Management Plan Talking Points and Poster draft, May 14, 1997
    • Folder 10.12
      Janik's remarks on Tongass Land Management Plan Record of Decision, May 1997
    • Folder 10.13
      Letter from Janik announcing Tongass Land Management Plan Record of Decision to R-10 Employees, May 22, 1997
    • Folder 10.14
      Janik signs Tongass Land Management Plan, May 23, 1997
    • Folder 10.15
      Article "Knowles calls on Alaskans to work together for a sustainable, predictable SE Timber Industry," May 23, 1997
    • Folder 10.16
      Letter of congratulations from US Environmental Protection Agency on Tongass Land Management Plan Record of Decision, May 23, 1997
    • Folder 10.17
      Memorandum from James P. Perry, Associate General Counsel in re: the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan Record of Decision, May 27, 1997
    • Folder 10.18
      Draft memorandum from Mike Dombeck, Chief of the US Forest Service, to James P. Perry in response to Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan Record of Decision, May 28, 1997
    • Folder 10.19
      USDA Forest Service Alaska Region R100MB-338h, Tongass Land Management Plan Revision Final Environmental Impact Statement Appendix Volume 4 M. KPC Pulp Mill Shutdown and 1997 Timber Demand Projections N. Additional Evaluation of Wildlife Habitat Conservation Measures, May 1997
    • Folder 10.20
      Tongass Forest Plan Review: A Newsletter for the Forest Plan Revision - Issue 16, June 1997
    • Folder 10.21
      Tongass Forest Plan Review: A Newsletter for the Forest Plan Revision - 1ssue 16, June 1997
    • Folder 10.22
      Press release, "Court grants three month extension for review of goshawk, wolf, under new Tongass Plan," June 3, 1997
    • Folder 10.23
      Letter from Nikki Jones, Ketchikan Daily News, July 1, 1991
    • Folder 10.24
      Press release, Tongass Land Management Plan Congressional Hearings, July 9, 1997
    • Folder 10.25
      Outline and slides for a presentation entitled Collaboration between Science and Management: Lessons from the Tongass National Forest Plan Revisions, presented at the Regional Foresters and Directors Meeting, August 1997
    • Folder 10.26
      Science/Mgmt-Tongass RF & D Meeting (Janik's label), August 1997
    • Folder 10.27
      Booklet, Evaluation of the Use of Scientific Information in Developing the 1997 Forest Plan for the Tongass National Forest, October 1997
    • Folder 10.28
      RF Departure - R-10 RLT Media, Janik departs as Region 10 forester, December 10, 1997
  • Box 11
    Alaska and Tongass National Forest, 1998-2006

    • Folder 11.1
      Newspaper Articles, Tongass Land Management Plan controversy, 1998
    • Folder 11.2
      "Beetle Killed Spruce Trees in Tongass National Forest," editorial by Senator Frank Murkowski, August 20, 1998
    • Folder 11.3
      The Effects of Wind Disturbance on Temperate Rain Forest Structure and Dynamics of Southeast Alaska, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station General Technical Report, by Gregory J. Nowacki and Marc G. Kramer, April 1998
    • Folder 11.4
      Inner Voice: Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, volume 10, issue 2, March/April 1998, cover story "A Tongass Tale"
    • Folder 11.5
      Transition Report to Congress, Alaska Region, March 1, 1998
    • Folder 11.6
      Evaluating the Demand for Tongass Timber, September 28, 1998
    • Folder 11.7
      "Science-Management Collaboration: Lessons from the Revision of the Tongass National Forest Plan," The Western Journal of Applied Forestry, volume 13, number 3, July 1998
    • Folder 11.8
      Newspaper articles, Tongass Land Management Plan controversy, 1999-2000
    • Folder 11.9
      "Independent Scientific Review in Natural Resources Management: A Recent Example from the Tongass Land Management Plan," by Charles G. Shaw III, Fred H. Everest, Douglas N. Swanston, Kent R. Julin, and Stewart D. Allen, Northwest Science, volume 73 number 1, 1999
    • Folder 11.10
      Summary of main Tongass Land Management Plan Appeal issues, 1999
    • Folder 11.11
      Record of Decision, Tongass National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan, Alaska
    • Folder 11.12
      Pacific Northwest Research Station Miscellaneous Publication, Science Matters, Information for Managing the Tongass National Forest, April 1999
    • Folder 11.13
      Use of Risk Assessment Panels During Revision of the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan, by Charles G. Shaw, III, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, July 1999
    • Folder 11.14
      Letter from Governor Tony Knowles to Mr. George Frampton re: proposed review of Alaska National Roadless Area, October 12, 1999
    • Folder 11.15
      Letter to Governor Tony Knowles from Senator Ted Stevens, Frank Murkowski, Hon. Don Young re: Sect. 1326(b) of Alaska National Interest Land Conservation Act, November 2, 1999
    • Folder 11.16
      "Landslide Initiation, Runout, and Deposition within Clearcuts and Old-growth Forests of Alaska," Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), volume 36 number 1, February 2000
    • Folder 11.17
      "Working with knowledge at the science/policy interface: A unique example from developing the Tongass Land Management Plan," by Charles G. Shaw, III, Fred H. Everest, and Douglas N. Swanston from Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2000
    • Folder 11.18
      Briefing papers, Tongass Timber Program, October 2001
    • Folder 11.19
      "Working with knowledge at the science/policy interface: A unique example from developing the Tongass Land Management Plan," by Charles G. Shaw, III, Fred H. Everest, and Douglas N. Swanston, Ecoforestry, volume 17 number 1, Spring 2002
    • Folder 11.20
      Article printed from web version of Juneau Empire, "Forest Service recommends status quo for wilderness in the Tongass," by Joanna Markell, May 16, 2002
    • Folder 11.21
      Tongass Timber Sales Status 3rd Quarter FY 2003 Briefing Paper, June 2003
    • Folder 11.22
      Harvest Volume Data, Alaska Region 1980-2002, requested August 11, 2003
    • Folder 11.23
      Article entitled "Land of the Giants," by Ted Kerasote, Audubon magazine, September 2003
    • Folder 11.24
      Article entitled "Tongass opens up to logging," by John Heilprin, The Oregonian, December 24, 2003
    • Folder 11.25
      Federal Register volume 68 number 249, Rules and Regulations "Department of Agriculture Forest Service 36 CFR Part 294 RIN 0596-AC04 Special Areas: Roadless Area Conservation; Applicability to the Tongass National Forest, Alaska," December 30, 2003
    • Folder 11.26
      Document excerpts in re: 1997 Tongass Land Management Plan errata questioned by NRDC from Jan Lerum, regional planner, May 5, 2004 Item 89: Folder, Tongass Stuff (Janik's label)
    • Folder 11.27
      Judge Singleton's tentative decision in Tongass Land Management Lawsuit, June 9, 2004
    • Folder 11.28
      Article "Tongass Land Plan is in need of fixing," Juneau Empire, August 11, 2005
    • Folder 11.29
      Printed e-mail correspondence between Chris Iverson and Mary Friberg in re: Mary Friberg's summary of Tongass Conservation Strategy Item 92: Folder, article "Forest Road Plan Under Attack," by David Whitney, no date
    • Folder 11.30
      The Future of the Tongass, Newsletter of the Tongass Land Management Planning Team, no date
    • Folder 11.31
      Article "Past and Future Uses of Civil Settlement, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill," no date
    • Folder 11.32
      Alaska Sea Life Center brochure
    • Folder 11.33
      Goal Statement: Alaska Region Wildlife & Fisheries Management
    • Folder 11.34
      USFS Commitment to Alaska, no date
    • Folder 11.35
      Booklet, Tongass National Forest: Understanding the Past. . .Designing the Future, no date
  • Box 12
    Alaska Pulp Corporation vs. USA, 1999

    • Folder 12.1
      Trial Exhibit Key & PX 1599
    • Folder 12.2
      Trial Exhibit PX 1600
    • Folder 12.3
      Trial Exhibit PX 1602
    • Folder 12.4
      Trial Exhibit PX 1634 (Part 1 of 3)
    • Folder 12.5
      Trial Exhibit PX 1634 (Part 2 of 3)
    • Folder 12.6
      Trial Exhibit PX 1634 (Part 3 of 3)
    • Folder 12.7
      Trial Exhibits PX 1635, PX 1666, PX 1685, PX 3320, and PX 4560
  • Box 13
    Alaska Pulp Corporation vs. USA, 1999

    • Folder 13.1
      Janik's Deposition Minuscript, November 1, 1999
    • Folder 13.2
      Deposition Exhibits 1-16, November 1, 1999
    • Folder 13.3
      Deposition Exhibits 18-25, November 1, 1999
    • Folder 13.4
      Janik's Congressional Testimony 1996-1997
    • Folder 13.5
      Correspondence and Record of Decision
3. Speeches, 1977-2003.
  • Box 14
    Speeches, 1977-1997

    • Folder 14.1
      "Training Non-Biologists," Fish and Wildlife Workshop, Siuslaw National Forest
    • Folder 14.2
      Biologists Conference, 1979
    • Folder 14.3
      Wildlife Management in the Intermountain Region Professional Development Workshop, March 30, 1982
    • Folder 14.5
      Booklet, Wildlife: User Guide for Mining and Reclamation, 1982
    • Folder 14.6
      Wildlife Coordination/Wildlife Support for Timber Program, April 13, 1983
    • Folder 14.7
      Speaking notes, Region 6 Visit, 1989
    • Folder 14.8
      Remarks at Alaska Environmental Assembly Conference entitled "Wise Use of the Forest," February 1988
    • Folder 14.9
      Presentation to Regional Foresters & Station Directors Meeting, July 25, 1988
    • Folder 14.10
      Opening Remarks from the Community Futures Forum, Washington DC, August 25, 1988
    • Folder 14.11
      Speaking notes, commencement address, 1989
    • Folder 14.12
      Speaking notes, "Monitoring & Eval Workshop June 1990"
    • Folder 14.13
      Speaking notes and slides, Ecosystem Management/Fish Leader Meeting, April 1994
    • Folder 14.14
      Speaking notes, Southeast Alaska Visitor Center dedication ceremony, June 3, 1995
    • Folder 14.15
      Presentation and slides, "Collaboration between Science and Management: Lessons from the Tongass National Forest Plan Revision" Regional Foresters and Directors meeting, August 5, 1997
  • Box 15
    Speeches, 1998-1999

    • Folder 15.1
      Speech entitled, "Research, NFS, State & Private Forestry, and International Forestry: A Case for Collaboration," January, 1998
    • Folder 15.2
      Speaking notes for speech entitled "Trees in Distress: An Action Plan for New York City's Urban Forest," NY State & Private Forestry Keyspan Corporation Breakfast, Conference on the Environment and the Economy, March 25, 1998
    • Folder 15.3
      Speaking notes and slides, "Healthy Watersheds? The Choice is Ours," Regional Forester Riparian Management keynote address at Conference on Riparian Management in Forests of the Continental Eastern US
    • Folder 15.4
      Second folder, same slides as Item 18 in handout format
    • Folder 15.5
      Third folder, same slides as Item 18 in printout format
    • Folder 15.6
      Folder, Speaking notes, Sustainability Roundtable, July 14, 1998
    • Folder 15.7
      Annotated talking points, NUFAC (National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council), February 19, 1999
    • Folder 15.8
      Speaking notes, National Indian Timber Symposium, April 12-15, 1999
    • Folder 15.9
      Speaking notes, National Town Meeting for a Sustainable America, Detroit, MI, May 2-4, 1999
    • Folder 15.10
      National Association of State Foresters, October 1999
    • Folder 15.11
      "Measuring and Reporting Conservation Accomplishments," October 5, 1999
    • Folder 15.12
      National Marketing Resource Group, Sedona, AZ, October 12, 1999
    • Folder 15.13
      Annotated speech draft of speech entitled, "A Nation on the Move," Demographics Strategic Planning Workshop, November 2, 1999
    • Folder 15.14
      "Trends in Federal Involvement in Private Forestry," Tree Farmer Convention, Louisville, KY, November 4, 1999
  • Box 16
    Speeches, 1999-2001

    • Folder 16.1
      Speaking notes and slides, Sustainable Forestry Meeting, Radloff/McWilliams/JANIK/Salwasser, November 16, 1999
    • Folder 16.2
      Speaking notes, Matt Connelly's Retirement Recognition Tree Planting Event, Memphis, TN, February 7, 2000
    • Folder 16.3
      Annotated slides and speaking notes for speech entitled "Water: The Common Denominator," March 2000
    • Folder 16.4
      Speaking notes for speech entitled, "The Preparedness of Entry-Level Natural Resource Professionals in the Forest Service," 65th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, March 24-28, 2000
    • Folder 16.5
      Speaking notes for speech entitled, "Private Land Stewardship & Conservation: Partnerships for Collaborative Problem-Solving," Symposium on Private Land Stewardship and Conservation, Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service, April 3, 2000
    • Folder 16.6
      Introductory remarks, Application Management Conference, April 11, 2000
    • Folder 16.7
      Slides and transparencies, "Certification of Forested Lands," Western State Lands Commissioners Meeting, Washington, DC, April 11, 2000
    • Folder 16.8
      Speaking notes, John Mumma retirement
    • Folder 16.9
      Speaking notes, Western Forestry Leadership Coalition, May 2000
    • Folder 16.10
      Speaking notes, Introduction of Jim Lyons, Urban Resources Partnership, August 2, 2000
    • Folder 16.11
      Speaking notes, National Black Farmers Association Conference, August 24, 2000
    • Folder 16.12
      Speaking notes, Smokey Bear induction into the USDA Hall of Heroes, September 27, 2000
    • Folder 16.13
      NACD Leadership Conference, MOU Signing Ceremony, 2000
    • Folder 16.14
      Speaking notes, Annual National Association of Foresters Meeting, October 2, 2000
    • Folder 16.15
      Speaking notes, Recreation Coalition, Partners Outdoors: Derrick Crandall, January 8, 2001
    • Folder 16.16
      Speech entitled, "Importance of Community-Based Approaches to Collaborative Stewardship," January 18, 2001
    • Folder 16.17
      Smith & Lennortz Farewell, Farewell poem by Janik, February 3, 2001
  • Box 17
    Speeches, 2001-2003, and Undated

    • Folder 17.1
      Speaking notes, Sustainable Forestry Partnership, November 11, 2001
    • Folder 17.2
      Speaking notes and slides for speech entitled, "Sustainable Forest Management," presented by Janik, Federal Co-Chair of the Roundtable on Sustainable Forests
    • Folder 17.3
      Speaking notes, "Tongass National Forest: National and Local Treasure," April 12, 2002
    • Folder 17.4
      Janik's remarks from the presentation of the Lloyd Swift Jr. Award to him in 2002
    • Folder 17.5
      Speaking notes and transparencies, North Carolina State University College of Natural Resources, First Annual Distinguished Lecture, April 2002
    • Folder 17.6
      Presentation, speaking notes, and slides, "Positive Workforce Outlook and Skill Preparedness,"" April 11, 2002
    • Folder 17.7
      ESA Consultations, Cartoons, and Presentation When in R-4
    • Folder 17.8
      Undated speaking notes, Topic: Bears
    • Folder 17.9
      Undated speaking notes, Topic: Wildlife & Timber Management Program
    • Folder 17.10
      "Let's Get Wild," Topic: Biology Program Management
    • Folder 17.11
      "The Effects of Logging in SE Alaska on Wildlife Habitat & Populations"
    • Folder 17.12
      GMR-Deer Habitat/Timber Management
    • Folder 17.13
      Notes, Marketing
    • Folder 17.14
      NFS - Certification
    • Folder 17.15
      Ohio Forestry Association
    • Folder 17.16
      Arbor Day Banquet, State & Private Forestry
    • Folder 17.17
      State & Private Forestry
    • Folder 17.18
      Chief & USDA Awards
    • Folder 17.19
      State & Private Forestry, Private Land Stewardship
    • Folder 17.20
      FEI - Class Speaker, Class of '76
    • Folder 17.21
      Job acceptance speech, to Chief Operating Officer from State & Private Forestry
    • Folder 17.22
      Speech, "What does Chief Operating Officer Do?"
    • Folder 17.23
      SFM
4. Small Publications, Newsletters, USDA Publications, 1971-2006.
  • Box 18
    Small Publications, 1971-1980

    • Folder 18.1
      Habitat Relationships of the Utah Prairie Dog, 1981
    • Folder 18.2
      Road Closure Report, Siuslaw National Forest, June 1976; two copies, one with typewritten "Guidelines for Providing Cover for Wildlife on Forest Lands of Western Oregon and Washington" September 1975
    • Folder 18.3
      Multiple Use Plan Resource Base; USDA Forest Service, January 1977
    • Folder 18.4
      Report of Training Needs for Fish and Wildlife Biologists in Region 6, Fall 1977
    • Folder 18.5
      Wildlife Action, reprint, March 1978
    • Folder 18.6
      We're all in this together: Wildlife in National Forests of the Intermountain Region, 1978
    • Folder 18.7
      Riparian Wildlife Resume, March 1979
    • Folder 18.8
      Tri-fold brochure; Macro What? Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis Program Macroinvertebrate Phase, printed 1979
    • Folder 18.9
      Tree Decay: An Expanded Concept, USDA Agricultural Information Bulletin Number 419, April 1979
    • Folder 18.10
      Booklet, Wildlife Plan for Dead and Defective Tree Habitat, with attached letter to Forest Supervisors in re: Snag Management Policy Implementation, November 5, 1979
    • Folder 18.11
      Tri-fold brochure, So You Want to Be a Wildlife Biologist? Wildlife Management Office, Reprinted 1980
    • Folder 18.12
      Non-Game Species Bird Habitat Management Resume, January 1980
    • Folder 18.13
      History of Wildlife Management in the Intermountain Region, USDA Forest Service Booklet Number 26-31, 1980
    • Folder 18.14
      Wildlife Resources on the Siuslaw National Forest: Inventory, Resource Conflict, Goals, Objectives and Guidelines, 1980
    • Folder 18.15
      Wildlife User Guide for Mining and Reclamation, 1982
    • Folder 18.16
      USDA Forest Service Alaska Region Admin. Doc. Number 110, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Notes: Wildlife and Second-Growth Forests of Southeast Alaska: Problems and Potential for Management by Winifred B. Kessler, July 1982.
    • Folder 18.17
      1985-1990 Recommended Regional Wildlife and Fisheries Goal Program, John W. Mumma, Director of Wildlife Intermountain Region, April 1983.
    • Folder 18.18
      Wildlife and Fisheries Management Program Goals and Objectives 1985-1990, Alaska Region
    • Folder 18.19
      USDA Forest Service Alaska Region Admin. Doc. Number 146, Wildlife and Fisheries Habitat Management Notes: Habitat Management for Forest Birds in Southeast Alaska, August 1985
    • Folder 18.20
      Modeling the Effects of Forest Management on Salmonid Habitat, March 1983
  • Box 19
    Small Publications, 1981-1999

    • Folder 19.1
      Wildlife and Fisheries Habitat Management Notes: Management Indicator Species for the National Forest Lands in Alaska, 1986
    • Folder 19.2
      Magazine issue, Audubon: Magazine of the National Audubon Society, November 1987
    • Folder 19.3
      Focus on Fisheries: Visibility of Fisheries Resources and Science An American Fisheries Society Action Plan, revised September 1998
    • Folder 19.4
      Recommendations to Improve Wildlife and Fish Programs of the USDA Forest Service, January 1990
    • Folder 19.5
      Magazine issue, Wilderness, Volume 54, No. 191, Winter 1990
    • Folder 19.6
      Centennial Mini-Histories of the Forest Service, Terry L. West, Ph.D., July 1992
    • Folder 19.7
      Magazine issue, Defenders: The Conservation Magazine of Defenders of Wildlife, Spring 1994
    • Folder 19.8
      Newsletter, Sourdough Notes, A Newsletter for Employees of the US Department of Agriculture's Forest Service in the Alaska Region, Summer 1995
    • Folder 19.9
      Magazine issue, Alaska: The Magazine of Life on the Last Frontier, July 1995
    • Folder 19.10
      Fire Behavior Associated with the 1994 South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain, Colorado, by Bret W. Butler, Roberta A. Bartlette, Larry S. Bradshaw, Jack D. Cohen, Patricia L. Andrews, Ted Putnam, Richard J. Mangan, September 1998
    • Folder 19.11
      Newsletter, Oncorhynchus: Newsletter of the Alaska Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Summer 1997
    • Folder 19.12
      Clean Water Action Plan: Restoring and Protecting America's Waters, February 14, 1998
    • Folder 19.13
      Forestry Notes: National Association of Conservation Districts, September 1998
    • Folder 19.14
      Charting Our Future. . .A Nation's Natural Resource Legacy, USDA Forest Service, October 1998
    • Folder 19.15
      1998 Status Report, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
    • Folder 19.16
      YFF (Yale Forest Forum) Review, Volume 1, Number 2, 1998
    • Folder 19.17
      International Arid Lands Consortium Funded Projects: Research & Development Projects, Demonstration Project, Special Initiatives, November 4, 1999
    • Folder 19.18
      Pacific Northwest Research Station Science Findings, issue nineteen, October 1999
    • Folder 19.19
      YFF (Yale Forest Forum) Review Volume 2, Number 2, 1999
  • Box 20
    Small Publications, 1999-2002

    • Folder 20.1
      Natural Resources Agenda - Pathway to the Future, February 1999
    • Folder 20.2
      Sustaining the People's Lands: Recommendations for Stewardship of the National Forests and Grasslands into the Next Century, by The Committee of Scientists, March 15, 1999
    • Folder 20.3
      Brochure, Taking Wing, 1998-1999
    • Folder 20.4
      Principles & Criteria for Forest Management, Pocket Guide, c. 1999
    • Folder 20.5
      Journal issue, YFF (Yale Forestry Forum) Review, Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1999
    • Folder 20.6
      Journal issue, YFF (Yale Forestry Forum) Review, Volume 3, Number 2, 2000
    • Folder 20.7
      Journal issue, YFF (Yale Forestry Forum) Review, Volume 3, Number 4, 2000
    • Folder 20.8
      Journal issue, YFF (Yale Forestry Forum) Review, Volume 3, Number 6, 2000
    • Folder 20.9
      Pacific Northwest Research Station Science Findings, issue twenty-two, February 2000
    • Folder 20.10
      Newsletter, Practitioner: Newsletter of the National Network of Forest Practitioners, No. 14, April 2000
    • Folder 20.11
      USDA International Program News, No. 5, September 2000
    • Folder 20.12
      Bureau of Land Management Science Strategy, September 26, 2000
    • Folder 20.13
      USDA Forest Service Strategic Plan, 2000 Revision
    • Folder 20.14
      NACD News & Views, November/December 2000
    • Folder 20.15
      Plant Trees, Sterling Morton, 2000 (booklet)
    • Folder 20.16
      2000 RPA Assessment of Forest and Range Lands
    • Folder 20.17
      Never released Draft, USDA Forest Service National Emphasis Areas, April, 2001
    • Folder 20.18
      Wildlife for the 21st Century: Recommendations to President George W. Bush, March 2001
    • Folder 20.19
      Milford Magazine: Navigating the Delaware Highlands, Volume 1, Number 11, August 2001
    • Folder 20.20
      Wildland Waters, Spring 2002
    • Folder 20.21
      National Woodlands: The Voice of Independent Landowners, April 2002
    • Folder 20.22
      Fire in Oregon's Forests: Assessing the Risks, Effects, and Treatment Options, 2002
    • Folder 20.23
      Protecting Oregon's Forests: Landmark Law Responds To Changing Values, New Knowledge, 2002
    • Folder 20.24
      Lewis & Clark and Oregon's Forests: State of the Forests the Explorers Encountered in 1805, 2002
    • Folder 20.25
      Forest Fire Risk and Restoration: Managing Forests to Create More Fire-Resilient Ecosystems, 2002
    • Folder 20.26
      Oregon's Bold Play for Salmon Recovery: A Unique Oregon Approach to Restoring Fish Populations and Watersheds, 2002
    • Folder 20.27
      The National Forests: For Whom and For What? Issue number PS-23, August 2001 of the PERC Policy Series
  • Box 21
    Small Publications, 2002-2006

    • Folder 21.1
      Environment Yale: The Journal of the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, April 2002
    • Folder 21.2
      Protecting Oregon's Forestlands: A Graphical View, 2002
    • Folder 21.3
      Forest Fact Book: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Forests and Forestry in Oregon, 2003 edition; spiral bound
    • Folder 21.4
      Access, Labor, and Wild Floral Greens Management in Western Washington's Forests by Kathryn A. Lynch and Rebecca J. McLain; general technical report dated July 2003
    • Folder 21.5
      Rise to the Future Task Force 2003: Fisheries and Watershed Program, Report to the Chief, USDA Forest Service, April 2004
    • Folder 21.6
      Science Biodiversity and Sustainable Forestry: A Findings Report of the National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry, 2004
    • Folder 21.7
      Draft copy, Assessing Forest Sustainability in Oregon: Forest Assessment Project Study Plan to Assess the Condition and Trends of Oregon's Forests, updated April 2005
    • Folder 21.8
      National Woodlands, Volume 25 Number 2, April 2002
    • Folder 21.9
      USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-643, Commercial Morel Harvesters and Buyers in Western Montana: An Exploratory Study of the 2001 Harvesting Season, by Rebecca J. McLain, Erika Mark McFarlane, and Susan J. Alexander, July 2005
    • Folder 21.10
      USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station General Technical Report PNW-GTR-655, Nontimber Forest Products Management on National Forests in the United States, by Rebecca J McLain and Eric T. Jones, October 2005
5. Institute for Culture and Ecology (IFCAE), 2002-2006.
  • Box 22
    Institute for Culture and Ecology (IFCAE), 2001-2003

    • Folder 22.1
      IFCAE Budget Information FY 2002
    • Folder 22.2
      IFCAE Board Service Applications
    • Folder 22.3
      IFCAE Curriculum Vitae
    • Folder 22.4
      Diversity Wrkshp
    • Folder 22.5
      Rebecca M. Nomination
    • Folder 22.6
      Survey - Sec 339 - For Serv., Special Forest Products 1999 Survey
    • Folder 22.7
      Intern - Erin Hannan, volunteered for IFCAE on marine issues
    • Folder 22.8
      Meetings - Other Than Board Mtgs. & Review Notes, March-May, 2003
    • Folder 22.9
      Fundraising Advice, Spring 2003
    • Folder 22.10
      Mission/Vision, IFCAE strategic planning activities, Summer 2003
    • Folder 22.11
      Presentations, Summer 2003
    • Folder 22.12
      IFCAE Retreat, August 1-3, 2003
    • Folder 22.13
      Steve Brooks, August 18, 2003
    • Folder 22.14
      IFCAE Workshop, September 4, 2003
    • Folder 22.15
      IFCAE Board Meetings and Correspondence, 2003
    • Folder 22.16
      Project Grant Documentation, 2003
    • Folder 22.17
      IFCAE Exempt Organization Return, 2003
    • Folder 22.18
      IFCAE Legal Documentation, 2003
  • Box 23
    Institute for Culture and Ecology (IFCAE), 2004-2006

    • Folder 23.1
      Project Grant Documentation, 2004
    • Folder 23.2
      IFCAE Board Meetings and Correspondence, 2004
    • Folder 23.3
      Bound Financial Statements, FY 2004
    • Folder 23.4
      IFCAE Board Meetings and Correspondence, 2005
    • Folder 23.5
      Bound Financial Report, FY 2006
    • Folder 23.6
      IFCAE Board Meetings and Correspondence, 2006
    • Folder 23.7
      IFCAE CFC Application, 2006
6. Conference, Meeting, and Workshop Materials, 1985-2006, n.d.
  • Box 24
    Conference, Meeting, and Workshop Materials, 1985-1999

    • Folder 24.1
      Notes, Panel with Forest Service, Ferry Interpreters/Training June 24, 1985
    • Folder 24.2
      National Forest Foundation - Team 1989-1990
    • Folder 24.3
      Leadership for the Future, The Federal Executive Institute April 28-May 4 1991
    • Folder 24.4
      Peer Review for North American Conference Juneau, Alaska, December 12, 1995
    • Folder 24.5
      American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Tulsa, OK, March 21-28, 1996
    • Folder 24.6
      Prince Edward Island Workshops, Spring 1997
    • Folder 24.7
      American Foresters Workshop, June 1998
    • Folder 24.8
      Yale External Advisory Board Meeting, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, October 10-12, 1998
  • Box 25
    Conference, Meeting, and Workshop Materials, 1999-2006, n.d.

    • Folder 25.1
      Eastern and Western Lands Resources Council/Joint Meeting, April 1999
    • Folder 25.2
      Symposium Report-Private Land Stewardship and Conservation, April 2-4 2000
    • Folder 25.3
      5th National Hispanic Sustainable Energy & Environmental Conference April 29-May 2, 2000, Denver CO
    • Folder 25.4
      Society of American Foresters Convention, 2000
    • Folder 25.5
      Pinchot Institute, Chief's Forum on Emerging Issues, Priorities, and Opportunities for the USDA Forest Service, 2001-2005, June 25, 2001
    • Folder 25.6
      Forest Service Collaboration Support Team, July 2, 2001
    • Folder 25.7
      Southern Forest Science Conference 2001
    • Folder 25.8
      Recommendations for Achieving Sustainable Communities: Science and Solutions, December 6-7, 2001
    • Folder 25.9
      Yale Forest Forum, Yale University, December 19-20, 2001
    • Folder 25.10
      Diversity Regs & Workshop, 2003
    • Folder 25.11
      XII World Forestry Conference Quebec City, Canada September 21-28 2003
    • Folder 25.12
      College of Forestry and Conservation Advisory Board Meeting Notes, April 30, 2004
    • Folder 25.13
      2003-2006 University of Montana College of Forestry & Conservation Advisory Board
    • Folder 25.14
      Forestry Service Reunion, 2005
    • Folder 25.15
      Wings Across the Americas March 17, 2005
    • Folder 25.16
      Mgmt Policy Seminar, no date
    • Folder 25.17
      Itinerary & Notes, National Association of Professional Forestry Schools & Colleges Conference July 14-21, no date
    • Folder 25.18
      65th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, no date
7. Letters, 1997-2004, n.d.
  • Box 26
    • Folder 26.1
      Letters 1997-2004, no date, miscellaneous letters
8. Ethics, 2000-2002.
  • Box 26
    • Folder 26.2
      Ethics, 2000-2002
9. State and Private Forestry, 1998-2006.
  • Box 27
    • Folder 27.1
      "The National Research Council Report & The Linkages to the State & Private Forestry Programs of the USDA Forest Service" Michael T. Rains, March 10, 1998
    • Folder 27.2
      NRC Study
    • Folder 27.3
      "Connecting Forestry and People: A Continuing Commitment Forest Service Action Strategy for State and Private Forestry Services," March 27, 1998
    • Folder 27.4
      National Association of State Foresters Work Plan for Federal Lands Committee July 2, 2001
    • Folder 27.5
      Prepublication copy of National Capacity in Forestry Research, National Research Council, c. 2000
    • Folder 27.6
      Barriers and Bridges to Large Predator Restoration Management Informed Consent Form, January 18, 2006
10. U.S. Forest Service History, 1959-2001.
  • Box 27
    • Folder 27.7
      Program for the National Forests, 1959
    • Folder 27.8
      Newspaper clippings- US Forest Service News, 1988-1996
    • Folder 27.9
      National Forest System Centennial, March 25, 1991
    • Folder 27.10
      Janik's label: FS - History
    • Folder 27.11
      Janik's label: FS-Research
    • Folder 27.12
      Materials from Janik's Tenure as Acting Chief of USFS, 2000-2001
11. Articles, 1999-2005.
  • Box 27
    • Folder 27.13
      Forest Communities, Community Forests: A Collection of Case Studies of Community Forestry, (bound), 2001
    • Folder 27.14
      Janik's label, Tavia [Hollenkamp]'s stuff, 2000
    • Folder 27.15
      "One of the Last Rangers" Tavia Hollenkamp, Alaskan Southeaster, vol. 6 no. 3
12. Speeches by Others, 1980-2005, n.d.
  • Box 28
    • Folder 28.1
      "The Forest Service Role in Wildlife Management," short course, May 1980
    • Folder 28.2
      "The Forest Service Role in Wildlife Management," by John W. Mumma, May 1, 1980
    • Folder 28.3
      "Wildlife and Fish Programs," by Jeff M. Sirmon, December 1980
    • Folder 28.4
      "Forest Service Ideas on the Values of Idaho Wildlife," by Jeff M. Sirmon, August 1981
    • Folder 28.5
      "Federal/State Wildlife Planning Systems: Meshing the Gears," by Kent Mays, April, 1982
    • Folder 28.6
      "Visions of the Alaska Region's Wildlife and Fisheries Program of the Future - Changes and Challenges," by Mike Barton, April 2, 1985
    • Folder 28.7
      Opening Remarks of Michael Barton, Regional Forester R-10, at Alaska Regional Biologists' Conference, April 1985
    • Folder 28.8
      "Perceptions of the Alaska Region Wildlife and Fisheries Management Program," by Dave Hessel, April 8, 1986
    • Folder 28.9
      "Wildlife and Fisheries Economics in Resource Decision Making on the National Forests in Alaska," by Mike Barton April 1987
    • Folder 28.10
      "Statement of F. Dale Robertson Before the US House of Representatives Concerning the Tongass Timber Reform Act," May 21, 1987
    • Folder 28.11
      "A Desirable Fisheries Future for the Tongass National Forest," by Paul Brouha, April 28, 1988
    • Folder 28.12
      "Protecting and Restoring a Nation's Land Health Legacy," by Mike Dombeck, February 3, 1999
    • Folder 28.13
      "Forests Can Take Heat Off Global Warming," by Senator Ron Wyden, 1999
    • Folder 28.14
      "State & Private Forestry Has a Grand Future," by Mike Dombeck, October 1999
    • Folder 28.15
      "Building on Leopold's Legacy: Conservation for a New Century," by Mike Dombeck, October 7, 1999
    • Folder 28.16
      "A Seamless Forest Tapestry," by Mike Dombeck, January 25, 2000
    • Folder 28.17
      "State Forestry 2000: Forget the Bullseye, Just Hit the Target!" by James B. Hull, January 28, 2000
    • Folder 28.18
      "Managerial Accountability in the Forest Service: Testimony of Mike Dombeck Before the US House of Representatives," by Mike Dombeck, February 16, 2000
    • Folder 28.19
      "The State of the Forest: Extending Our Land Ethic," by Mike Dombeck, March 27, 2000
    • Folder 28.20
      Eastern Lands and Resources Council & Western States Land Commissioners Association Conference Address by Mike Dombeck, April 11, 2000
    • Folder 28.21
      Peter Pinchot/Gifford Pinchot, contains speech "Conservation Leadership in an Era of Changing Values," by Peter Pinchot, April 18, 2000
    • Folder 28.22
      "Healthy Ecosystems, Healthy Communities," by Ruth McWilliams, April 19, 2000
    • Folder 28.23
      "The Importance of State and Private Lands," by Nancy Graybeal, May 2000
    • Folder 28.24
      "Sustainability,"" Ruth M./ Hal Salwasser, no date
    • Folder 28.25
      Dombeck, Old growth Duke Univ., contains speech "Taking the Long View: Conservation Investments for Future Generations," by Mike Dombeck, January 8, 2001
    • Folder 28.26
      Associated Oregon Loggers Speech, Congressman Greg Walden, January 12, 2001
    • Folder 28.27
      "The Forest Service's Role in Fostering Sustainability," by Dale Bosworth, May 29, 2001
    • Folder 28.28
      "Restoration After Recent Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasteres: Federal Role in Recovery After Catastrophic Events Affecting Forest Lands," by R. Max Peterson, October 7, 2005
    • Folder 28.29
      USFS Chief's Comments About Forest Service Work in Disaster Areas Post Hurricanes Katrina & Rita, October 7, 2005
    • Folder 28.30
      "The US Forest Service: What Now?" by Jack Ward Thomas, no date
13. Personal and Humorous, 1970s-2003.
  • Box 29
    • Folder 29.1
      Career History Documentation, contains curriculum vitae, awards, job title changes, certifications, 2001-2002
    • Folder 29.2
      Mumma-Nomination for Aldo L. (award), September 2000
    • Folder 29.3
      Univ. of Montana, Ask an Alum, 2003
    • Folder 29.4
      Humorous Essays & Motivational Stories or Quotations
    • Folder 29.5
      R-10 Political Cartoons from 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
14. International Forestry, 1997-2001.
  • Box 29
    • Folder 29.6
      Briefing Package for USDA/FS Participants, Trip/Russian Far East, October 1997
    • Folder 29.7
      Letter from Federal Forest Service of Russia, December 22, 1997
    • Folder 29.8
      Preparatory Correspondence, Israel Trip
    • Folder 29.9
      Associate Chief Janik's Visit to Israel, January 22-29, 2000
    • Folder 29.10
      Photographs from Tree Planting Ceremony, Israel Trip, January 24, 2000
    • Folder 29.11
      Brochures from Israel Trip, January 2000
    • Folder 29.12
      Follow-Up Materials, Post-Israel Trip, 2000-2001
15. National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry (NCSSF), 2001-2005.
  • Box 30
    • Folder 30.1
      NCSSF - Projects, Correspondence, Notes, 2001
    • Folder 30.2
      NCSSF Conference, February 7-8, 2001
    • Folder 30.3
      NCSSF Conference, November 28, 2001
    • Folder 30.4
      Nat'l Commission on Science and Sustainable Forestry (NCSSF), December 2001
    • Folder 30.5
      NCSSF Project & Workshops, November 2002
    • Folder 30.6
      NCSSF Symposium Participant List, June 20, 2002
    • Folder 30.7
      FSRET Presentation, 2002
    • Folder 30.8
      NCSSF Conference Materials, Portland, OR, June 18-21, 2002
    • Folder 30.9
      World Forestry Center Workshop, September 4, 2003
    • Folder 30.10
      Summary of PI Meeting with NCSSF Board, October 14, 2003
    • Folder 30.11
      Global Markets Forum Summary Report, NCSSF, June 27, 2005
16. PACFISH and Fisheries Management, 1976-1995.
  • Box 31
    • Folder 31.1
      "An Economic Evaluation of Salmonid Fisheries Attributable to Siuslaw National Forest" April 1976
    • Folder 31.2
      Logging and Fish Habitat, USDA Forest Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, 1976
    • Folder 31.3
      Guidelines for Stream Protection in Logging Operations, Oregon State Game Commission, 1976
    • Folder 31.4
      Anadromous Fish Habitat Research, 1976
    • Folder 31.5
      Evaluation of Forest Service Wildlife and Fish Programs in the Intermountain, Pacific Northwest and Southern Regions, January 1979 (2 copies)
    • Folder 31.6
      Action Plan: Anadromous Fish Habitat Management on National Forests in Idaho, June 1980
    • Folder 31.7
      Wildlife and Fisheries Program Highlights, Intermountain Region, 1982
    • Folder 31.8
      "Fisheries Task Force," Fisheries: A Bulletin of the American Fisheries Society, November-December 1986
    • Folder 31.9
      Fisheries Management Program, "Rise to the Future" Memorandum, Fisheries Action Plan, March 1987
    • Folder 31.10
      "Chief Signs New Fisheries Management Plan for the Forest Service," Habitat Futures, Summer 1987
    • Folder 31.11
      "Rise to the Future: National Plan for Fish Habitat Research," July 22, 1987
    • Folder 31.12
      Article, "Rise to the Future," Sport Fishing Institute No. 387, August 1987
    • Folder 31.13
      "A Broader Role Requires Greater Visibility," Fisheries: A Bulletin of the American Fisheries Society Vol. 12 No. 6, November-December 1987
    • Folder 31.14
      "Focus on Fisheries: Visibility of Fisheries Resources & Science, An American Fisheries Society Action Plan" Revised September 1988
    • Folder 31.15
      Full issue, Fisheries: A Bulletin of the American Fisheries Society, January-February 1989
    • Folder 31.16
      "Rise to the Future: Action Plan for the 90's" USDA Forest Service, April 1991
    • Folder 31.17
      "A Race to Rescue the Salmon," by Jeanne MacDowell, Time Magazine, March 2, 1992
    • Folder 31.18
      Letter to Regional Foresters in re: Pacific salmon and steelhead habitat issues, April 16, 1992
    • Folder 31.19
      Background Report for Development of the Forest Service Management Strategy for Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Habitat, December 1992
    • Folder 31.20
      "Rising to a Greater Future: Forest Service Fisheries Program Accountability" Fisheries: A Bulletin of the American Fisheries Society Vol. 18 No. 5, May 1993
    • Folder 31.21
      PACFISH, Contains slides for presentation entitled "Pacific Salmon Steelhead and Sea-Run Cutthroat Habitat," no date
    • Folder 31.22
      Letter, To Hon. Don Young from Regional Forester Mike Barton re: PACFISH, July 27, 1993
    • Folder 31.23
      Article, "Now it's fish vs. logging," Juneau Empire, August 13, 1993
    • Folder 31.24
      Forest Service and Land Management Recreation Fisheries Policy, no date
    • Folder 31.25
      Anadromous Fish Habitat Assessment, January 1995
17. Water, Wildlife, and Biology, 1993-2005.
  • Box 32
    • Folder 32.1
      Wildlife & Endangered Species, 1993, no date
    • Folder 32.2
      Taking Wing Annual Reports, 1995-1996 and 1996-1997
    • Folder 32.3
      "Envisioning the Agenda for Water Resources Research in the 21st Century (2001)," National Research Council Executive Summary
    • Folder 32.4
      Water/Watershed, slides for US Forest Service: The World's Largest Water Company
    • Folder 32.5
      Review of USDA Forest Service Community-Based Watershed Restoration Partnerships, Part 1 of 2, September 2002
    • Folder 32.6
      Review of USDA Forest Service Community-Based Watershed Restoration Partnerships, Part 2 of 2, September 2002
18. Pinchot Institute and University of Montana Communication Strategy Project, 2003.
  • Box 32
    • Folder 32.7
      Pinchot Institute and University of Montana Communication Strategy, notes, proposal, and correspondence pertaining to a partnership among the College of Forestry at the University of Montana, the Pinchot Institute, and Janik, to facilitate flow of information among stakeholders, decision makers, and the general public
    • Folder 32.8
      Labeled ME, pertaining to Janik's role in above project
    • Folder 32.9
      Labeled Possible Comm Strat Info, information to communicate through the partnership listed in item 1
19. Diaries, 1994-2002.

Notes describing meetings, phone calls, and Janik's day-to-day schedule. Arranged by date.

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    May-July, 1994
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    October-December, 1994
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    April-June, 1995
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    July-August, 1995
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    September-November, 1995
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    November-December, 1995
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    January-April, 1996
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    April-May, 1996
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    June-July, 1996
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    August-September, 1996
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    September-October, 1996
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    November 1996- January 1997
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    January-February, 1997
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    March-June, 1997
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    June-September, 1997
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    September-December, 1997
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    December 1997-Febuary 1998
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    March-July 1998
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    July-August 1998
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    August-September 1998
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    September-December 1998
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    December 1998-March 1999
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    March-April 1999
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    April-June 1999
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    June-August 1999
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    August-September 1999
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    October-November 1999
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    December 1999
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    December 1999-March 2000
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    March-May 2000
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    May-August 2000
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    August-October 2000
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    October-November 2000
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    November 2000-Feburary 2001
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    Febuary-June 2001
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    June-July 2001
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    August-October 2001
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    October-December 2001
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    December 2001-February 2002
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    February-March 2002

 

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