Guide to the Solutions To Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP) Reports 1974-2001
Archives 293

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems (Organization)
Title
Solutions To Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP) Reports
ID
Archives 293
Date [inclusive]
1974-2001
Extent
1.0 box
General Physical Description note
1 Linear feet of shelf space
Language
English
Abstract
Initiated in 1975, STEEP (Solutions To Environmental and Economic Problems) is an interdisciplinary research/education program focusing on developing profitable cropping systems technologies for controlling cropland soil erosion and protecting environmental quality. The publications consist primarily of research reports from projects funded by STEEP, but also includes research proposals and work plans.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description] STEEP Reports, 1974-2001 (UA 293)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Initiated in 1975, STEEP (Solutions To Environmental and Economic Problems) is a collaborative project involving scientists and educators from the University of Idaho, Oregon State University, Washington State University, and USDA-Agricultural Research Service, in cooperation with grower organizations and agricultural support industries and agencies. STEEP is an interdisciplinary research/education program focusing on developing profitable cropping systems technologies for controlling cropland soil erosion and protecting environmental quality. (From STEEP’s website. Accessed September 10, 2010)

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Scope and Contents note

The publications consist primarily of research reports from projects funded by STEEP, but also includes research proposals and work plans. Items from STEEP's earlier days include papers discussing what directions (priorities) the program should take/fund as it proceeded.

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Arrangement note

The collection is arranged in a single chronological sequence.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2016

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open and available for research use.

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright restrictions apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The research proposals and reports of Solution to Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP) were transferred to Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections at the Washington State University Libraries by Sheila Brooks of WSU's Agricultural Research Center in 2010 as part of a publications file (UA 2010-05). These reports and proposals were separated in 2010.

Processing Information note

This collection was processed by University Archivist Mark O'English with assistance from University of Idaho graduate student Timothy Mace in 2010.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems (Organisation)

Subject(s)

  • Agricultural conservation -- Northwest, Pacific.
  • Agriculture
  • Conservation tillage -- Northwest, Pacific.
  • Drainage -- Northwest, Pacific.
  • Idaho
  • Oregon
  • Runoff -- Northwest, Pacific.
  • Soil conservation -- Northwest, Pacific.
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: A Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest (STEEP Proposal). March 1974 

1 1

Priorities for Erosion-Sedimentation Research in the Pacific Northwest. 

November 1975 

1 2

April 1976 

1 3

Status Report of Progress on Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP). December 1976 

1 4

STEEP Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. 

1977. 

1 5

Original Proposal March 1974, Work Plan 1976, Progress Report 1976 and Work Plan 1977. 

1 6

Original Proposal March 1974, Work Plan 1977, Progress Report 1977 and Work Plan 1978 

1 7

Status Report of Progress on Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP). November 21-22, 1977 

1 8

STEEP Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Original Proposal March 1974, Work Plan 1977, Progress Report 1977 and Work Plan 1978 

1 9

Preliminary Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1978, Work Plans 1979, November 8, 1978 

1 10

1978 Annual Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1978, Work Plans 1979, November 8, 1978 

1 11

1978 Annual Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1978, Work Plans 1979, November 8, 1978. USDA SEA-AR Aberdeen, Idaho, SEA-AR Prosser, Washington, SEA-AR Pullman, Washington, SEA-AR Pendleton, Oregon 

1 12

1979 Annual Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1979, Work Plans 1980, November 6, 1979 

1 13

1980 Annual Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1980, Work Plans 1981, January 13-15, 1981 

1 14

1981 Annual Report, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1981, Work Plans 1982, January 19-20, 1982 

1 15

1982 Annual Report No. 8, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1982, Work Plans 1983, January 25-26, 1983 

1 16

1983 Annual Report No. 9, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1983, Work Plans 1984, January 17-18, 1984 

1 17

1984 Annual Report No. 10, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1984, Work Plans 1985, January 8-9, 1985 

1 18

1985 Annual Report No. 11, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1985, Work Plans 1986, May 20-21, 1986 

1 19

1986 Annual Report No. 12, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1986, Work Plans 1987, January 6-7, 1987 

1 20

1987 Annual Report No. 13, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1987, Work Plans 1988, January 6-7, 1988 

1 21

1988 Annual Report No. 14, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1988, Work Plans 1989, January 4-5, 1989 

1 22

1989 Annual Report No. 15, STEEP, Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems: An Erosion Research Proposal for the Pacific Northwest. Progress Reports 1989, Work Plans 1990, January 3-4, 1990 

1 23

STEEP 2005 Annual Report. November 17-18, 2005. 

1 24

STEEP II, A Tri-State Proposal for Research and Information Delivery Systems for the Pacific Northwest. 

1 25

STEEP II, Proposal Summary: A Tri-State Proposal for Research and Information Delivery Systems for the Pacific Northwest. 

1 26

1992 STEEP II Progress Report: Research Extension to Protect Soil and Water Resources in the Pacific Northwest. January 5-6, 1993 

1 27

1993 STEEP II Progress Report: Research Extension to Protect Soil and Water Resources in the Pacific Northwest. January 5-6, 1994 

1 28

1994 STEEP II Progress Report: Research Extension to Protect Soil and Water Resources in the Pacific Northwest. January 4-5, 1995 

1 29

A Proposal for Research and Technology Transfer for Profitable and Environmentally Sound Cropping Systems for the Pacific Northwest 1996-2000, STEEP III. 

1 30

A Proposal for Research and Technology Transfer for Profitable and Environmentally Sound Cropping Systems for the Pacific Northwest 1996-2000, Executive Summary, STEEP III. 

1 31

STEEP III, 1997 Annual Report. January 7-8, 1998 

1 32

STEEP III, 1998 Annual Report. January 6-8, 1999 

1 33

STEEP III, 2000 Annual Report. January 17-19, 2001 

1 34