Colorado conservationists formed the Colorado State Forestry Association, also known as the Colorado Forestry Association (CFA), in 1884 to support the conservation, management, and renewal of forests through the dissemination of educational materials, promotion of forestry legislation, and creation of forest reserves. The Records of the Colorado State Forestry Association consists primarily of the correspondence of CFA president William G. M. Stone with prominent conservationists, government officials and educators of the early 1900s. In addition to correspondence, the collection contains clippings from Colorado newspapers and printed material from related organizations, as well as handwritten drafts of papers addressing a variety of forestry related topics. Colorado Forestry Association Newsletter title history: Colorado Forestry Association newsletter, 1983-July/September 2003; Forestry journal, October/December 2003-

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