Conservation History Association of Texas, Texas Legacy Project Records
Malcolm Beck talks about sustainable agriculture
The Texas Legacy Project is an archive of video and audio interviews produced and compiled by the non-profit group, the Conservation History Association of Texas. The Project aims to preserve and promote the state's history of natural resource and public health protection through interviews with veteran conservationists, including ranchers, farmers, politicians, scientists, landowners, citizen advocates, journalists, medical doctors, environmental attorneys, engineers, agency officials, and others. Recordings were made in large cities and small towns in many parts of the state, including the Trans Pecos, High Plains, Piney Woods, Hill Country, Rio Grande Valley, and Coastal Plain. Discussions touched on Texas efforts to protect water, habitat, wildlife, energy, air quality and other resources from the late 1930s through 2008.
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|Armando Quintanilla Interview, Part 1 of 1|
Source:Conservation History Association of Texas, Texas Legacy Project Records
Quintanilla recalls his early influences, his career, the Kelly Air Force Base contamination, politics, ethics, activism for the
environment, and water issues.