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oral histories with aseh founders

 

ASEH is grateful to the National Conservation Training Center, US Fish & Wildlife Service, for transcribing these interviews with ASEH founders.  If you have suggestions for additional interviews, please contact director@aseh.net

 

interview transcripts (pdfs)

 

Thomas Dunlap

J. Donald Hughes

John Opie

John Perkins

Stephen Pyne

Donald Worster

 

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