The Assembly Natural Resources Committee records consist of seventy-one cubic feet of textual records and three cubic feet
of audiovisual records dating from 1954-2008. The committee's first predecessor, the Resources and Land Use Committee was
delineated as an investigative standing committee by Assembly Rule 11.5, authorized and directed to ascertain, study, and
analyze all facts relating to any subjects that the committee on Rules shall assign to them upon request of the assembly or
upon its own initiative. The Natural Resources Committee is the most recent of four Assembly committees established to oversee
the quality and preservation of California's natural resources.
The Natural Resources Committee is the most recent Assembly committee to oversee the quality and preservation of California's
natural resources.Edwin L. Z'Berg (Dem.) 1973-1974Charles Warren (Dem.) 1975-1977Thomas M. Hannigan (Rep.) 1981-1982Terry Goggin (Dem.) 1983-1984
74 cubic feet of textual material, 206 audiotapes, 14 CDs, 13 videotapes, 4 DVDs, 7 slides, 6 Dictabelts, and 26 photographs
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for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives
While the majority of the records are open for research, any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions.