Future Studies Files, 1958-1982

Collection Overview

Title: Future Studies Files, 1958-1982

Record Series: 03/03/05

Record Group:

03/03/05 Future Studies Files, 1958-1982

Creator: Future Studies Program

Date: 1958-1982

Extent: 114 boxes (46.71 linear feet)

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa.

Language: Materials entirely in English.

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Scope and Content

This large collection contains a wealth of information about many aspects of the Future Studies Program between about 1967 and 1981.

Inventory

BOX 1 - Miscellaneous

Advertising

Backpacking checklist

Cedar River flooding, Cedar Falls and Waterloo

“The Closing Circle”

Communities and ecosystems

Ecology Seminar statement

Environmental films list

Environmental reading list

“For People Who Care!”

Iowa Environmental News

List of environmental organizations

Miscellaneous

Periodical articles

Recycling resources for environmental management

Seminar directory, Spring 1971

“27 Ways to Conserve Energy”

“Water Pollution and Its Controls”

Water quality standards

“What You Can Do About Water Pollution”

What you can do list

Solid Waste Management agency

“Something About Conservation”

“Your Right to Clean Air”

BOX 2 – Air pollution

General information

Emission control technology

Technical data

Transportation

BOX 3 – Air pollution

Control

Effects of

BOX 4 - Air pollution; Miscellaneous

Air pollution control laws

Bikecentennial, 1976

Cancer

BOX 5 - Miscellaneous

Careers

Cartoons

BOX 6 - Cartoons, Chemicals

Cartoons

Chemicals

  • General information

BOX 7 - Chemicals: Conservation

Chemicals

  • Food additives
  • Herbicides
  • Insecticides
  • Pesticides

County conservation

BOX 8 - Ecological living

General information

Food and nutrition

BOX 9– Ecological living

Organic growing

Outdoor recreation

Personal ecology

BOX 10 – Ecological living

Recreation equipment

BOX 11 – Ecological living

Recreation equipment

Shelter and furniture

Schools and camps

BOX 12 – Energy

Advertising

Alaskan pipeline

Consumer practices

BOX 13 – Energy

Consumer practices

BOX 14 – Energy

Consumer practices

BOX 15 – Energy

Consumer practices

Alternative

Atomic

BOX 16 – Energy

Atomic

Coal

Crude oil

BOX 17 – Energy

Crude oil

Geothermal

Natural gas

BOX 18 - Energy; Environmental education

Energy

  • Solar
  • Conservation
  • President Carter’s plan

Environmental information, general

BOX 19 – Environmental education

General information

BOX 20 – Environmental education

General education

Corpus Christi, Texas

Elementary

BOX 21 – Environmental education

Elementary

Independent outdoor laboratory

Junior high

BOX 22 – Environmental education

Outdoor education center

Marine Science Education Center

Resource catalogs

BOX 23 – Environmental education

Senior High

University and college

  • Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Kentucky
  • California State University, Bakersfield
  • Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • Columbia University, New York, New York
  • Cornell College, Ithaca, New York
  • Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire

BOX 24 – Environmental education

University and college

  • Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa
  • Evergreen State University, Olympia, Washington
  • Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois
  • Indiana University, Bloomington
  • International Community College, Los Angeles, California
  • Iowa State University, Ames
  • Johnston College, University of Redlands, Redlands, California
  • Kansas State University, Manhattan
  • Manhattan College, Bronx, New York
  • New York University, New York, New York
  • Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois
  • Ohio State University, Columbus
  • Pennsylvania State University, University Park
  • Princeton University, Princeton, New jersey
  • Queens College, Flushing, New York
  • Rennselaer Polytechnic, Troy, New York
  • San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, California
  • Sangamon State University, Springfield, Illinois
  • Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
  • State University of New York, Long Island, New York
  • Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
  • Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • University of Alaska, Anchorage

BOX 25 – Environmental education

University and college

  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University of California, Davis
  • University of California, Irvine
  • University of California, Santa Cruz
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of California, San Diego
  • University of Colorado, Boulder
  • University of Illinois, Urbana
  • University of Iowa, Iowa City
  • University of Maryland, College Park
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
  • University of New Hampshire, Durham
  • University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
  • University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
  • University of Utah, Salt Lake City
  • University of Wisconsin, Green Bay

BOX 26 - Environmental education; Government action

University and college environmental education

  • University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  • Utah State University, Logan
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Wisconsin State University, Platteville
  • Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
  • Universities with no environmental plans

Government action

  • Local
  • State

BOX 27 - Government action; Noise

Government action

  • National
  • International

Noise

  • General
  • Control

BOX 28 - Noise; Odors; Population

Noise

  • Control
  • Effects on health
  • Measurement techniques
  • Occupational

Odors

Population

  • Abortion
  • Control

BOX 29 - Population; Resource management

Population

  • Growth

Resource management

  • General
  • Land use, general

BOX 30 – Resource management

Land use, general

Land use, agriculture and soil conservation

BOX 31 – Resource management

Land use, agriculture and soil conservation

Land use, parks and wilderness

BOX 32 – Resource management

Land use, recreation

Land use, strip mining

Land use, urban planning

BOX 33 – Resource management

Land use, urban planning

Timber

BOX 34 – Resource management

Water

BOX 35 – Resource management

Wildlife

BOX 36 – Resource management

Wildlife

Audio-visual catalogs

Book bibliographies

BOX 37 – Resource management

Book bibliographies

Earth Week 1970

Earth Week 1971

Earth Week 1972

Environmental organizations

BOX 38 – Resource management

Environmental organizations

  • Action for Clean Air Committee
  • Aluminum Association
  • Audubon Society
  • Citizens United for responsible Energy
  • Concern, Inc.
  • Conservation Club
  • Cousteau Society, Inc.
  • Ecological Society of America
  • ENACT
  • Environmental Coalition
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • EPA
  • Friends for Bikecology
  • Friends of the earth
  • Federation of American Scientists

BOX 39 – Resource management

Environmental organizations

  • Human Society of the United States
  • Institute of Environmental Sciences
  • Iowa Academy
  • Iowa Confederation of Environmental Organizations
  • Iowa Development Commission
  • Isaak Walton League
  • National Wildlife Federation

BOX 40 – Resource management

Environmental organizations

  • National Wildlife Federation
  • National resources Defense, Inc.
  • Nature Conservancy
  • National Outdoor Leadership School
  • National parks and Conservation Association
  • Public Citizen
  • Resources for the Future, Inc.
  • Sierra Club
  • Save-the-redwoods League
  • Soil Conservation Society of America
  • Student Conservation Association, Inc.
  • Wilderness Society
  • World Future Society

Government publications

BOX 41 – Resource management

Magazines and pamphlets: bibliographies

Pollution testing: equipment catalogs

Special programs

BOX 42 – Resource management, films

Preview program, 1970-1972

Evaluation forms

Films requested

ABC media concepts

Academy films

AETNA Life & Casualty

American documentary films

American educational films

American Institute of Architects

Association-Sterling Films

AV-ED Films

A-V Exploration

BOX 43 – Resource management, films

Arthur Barr production

ISPIRG

Metro Washington Coalition for Clean Air

Mid-Appalachian Environmental Service

National Association for Environmental Education

National Geography Society

Eastman Kodak Co.

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare

Department of Agriculture

Coronet Instructional Films

Conservation Foundation

COMMUNICO

CCM Films, Inc.

CBS Education and Publishing Group

Chrousel Films, Inc.

California State Library

Black Hawk-Buchanan Media Center

Bill Snyder Films, Inc.

Film Originals

The Film Co.

Family Films

Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation

BOX 44 – Resource management, films

Geological survey

Bureau of Mines

Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries

Department of the Interior

U.S. Department of Commerce: National Bureau of Standards

U.S. Department of Agriculture: Soil Conservation Service

Holt, Rinehardt & Winston

Harpers Ferry Historical Society

Grove Press, Inc.

The Graphic Curriculum, Inc.

Forest Service Films

Films, Inc.

Iowa Natural Resources Council

International Film Bureau, Inc.

The Independent Film Producers Co.

Bureau of Sports Fisheries & Wildlife

McGraw Hill

King Screen production

BOX 45 – Resource management, films

Journal Films

Iowa State University

Iowa State Conservation Commission

National Archives

NACD Service Department

Modern Learning Aids Film Rental

Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc.

Moody Institute of Science

BOX 46 – Resource management, films

Time-Life Films, Inc.

Tennessee Game & Fish Commission

Stuart Finley

Sterling Movies, Inc.

Perennial Education, Inc.

Paulist Productions

Ohio State University

N.W. Bell Telephone

NBC Educational Enterprises, Inc.

University of California

Universal Education & Visual Arts

University of Iowa

University of Northern iowa

Video Nursing, Inc.

BOX 47 – Resource management, maps: USA

Local

Northest

North Central

Southeast

South Central

BOX 48 – Resource management, maps: Canada

New Brunswick

Quebec

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Prince Edward

BOX 49 – Resource management, maps

International

Nautical charts

Lake Michigan, #7, 70, 73-77

Lake Michigan, #702-704, 725, 728

BOX 50 – Resource management, maps

Lake Superior #981

Nautical chart catalogs

  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Wisconsin

BOX 51 – Solid waste

Utilization research

Little

Management

BOX 52 – Solid waste

Packaging

Sewage treatment

Disposal

  • General
  • Toxic substances and junked automobiles

Statistics

BOX 53 – Solid waste disposal

Composting

Incineration

Recycling

Landfill (Environmental coalition)

Recycling research and technology

Recyclable material

  • Glass

BOX 54 – Solid waste disposal

Recyclable material

  • Metal
  • Paper
  • Products

Outlets and firms that accept recyclable material

Recycling economics

BOX 55 – Solid waste disposal

Recycling

  • Legislation
  • Guidelines for starting a recycling center
  • Programs, municipally operated
  • Programs, volunteer and community
  • Action/project ideas
  • Information sources

Space exploration

BOX 56 – Transportation

General

BOX 57 – Transportation

General

Air

Bicycling

BOX 58 – Transportation

Bicycling

BOX 59 – Transportation

Experimental and alternatives

Highway 20

Highway 57 (Hudson Road)

Highway 520

Highway 218

BOX 60 – Transportation

Highway 380

Mass transit

Rail

Recreational vehicles

I-380 extension

BOX 61 – Visual Pollution

General

Technical data

Effects of

Control

Control laws

Values

BOX 62 – Water Pollution

General

Technical data

Effects of

Control

Control laws

Detergents

BOX 63 - Miscellaneous

BOX 64 - Miscellaneous

BOX 65 - Miscellaneous

BOX 66 – Local planning reports

“Investigating the Environment,” 1971

“A Natural Resource Inventory”

“Water Supply, Sewage Disposal,” 1969

“History of Your County Parks”

“Parks and Open Spaces,” 1969

“Parks and open Spaces Update,” 1974

“Comprehensive Park and recreation Plan for Cedar Falls, Iowa”

“Cedar Falls Bikeways and Recreational Facilities Study,” 1974

“Black Hawk County Air Pollution Vontrol Regulations”

“Neighborhood Analysis, Waterloo City Planning Commission,” 1967

BOX 67 – Local planning reports

“Land Use Study,” 1970

“Sidewalk Study,” 1970 and 1973

“Long Range Plan for Water Quality Control in the 1970s,” 1972

“Cedar Falls Flood Plain Information,” 1970

“A Plan for Beautification,” 1967

“Cedar River Water Quality Survey,” 1970

“Water and Land Resource Alternative in the Iowa-Cedar River Basin”

“Energy and the Environment”

“Black Hawk County Conservation Board Areas”

BOX 68 – Environmental Coalition material

“Citizens for Parks and open Spaces”

Recycling information

  • Rationale
  • Statements and communications
  • Funding
  • Building
  • Equipment and supplies
  • Operation
  • Coordinator activities
  • Press coverage
  • News clippings
  • Contacts

Department of Environmental Quality newsletter, August 30, 1974-December 8, 1980

BOX 69 – Environmental Coalition files, 1970-1973

Minutes

Corporation papers

Incorporation certificate

Correspondence

Material related to Environmental Studies conferences

 

Boxes 70-74 contain material about Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces (CPOS). CPOS is an organization formed to protect the Cedar Falls-Waterloo parks and open spaces from unnecessary intrusion by highways.

 

BOX 70 – Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces

“Waterloo Metropolitan Area Transportation Study,” Annual report, 1970

“Environmental/Section 4(f) Statement. Administrative Action for freeway 518 in Black Hawk and Bremer Counties from Freeway 520 to Extension Project,” June 26, 1972

“Waterloo-Cedar Falls Community Survey: Interstate Highway 380 Extension Project,” Fall 1975

Attorney’s response to “Draft Environment Impact Statement—Highway 520,” September 1975

“Waterloo-Cedar Falls Inter-City Freeway: Hackett Road Bypass/New Highway 20. Alternate Route Proposal,” January 7, 1976

“Applicability of Section 4(f) to Publicly Owned Lands in the Iowa River Greenbelt, Freeway 520—Hardin County,” February 10, 1976

“Draft of Environmental Impact Statement—Iowa 57 at Cedar Falls in Black Hawk County from Junction with Iowa 58 North to Junction with U.S. 20,” February 20, 1976

BOX 71 – Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces

“Procedural and Substantive Errors of the Environmental Impact Statement—freeway 520—Hardin-Grundy Counties,” March 1976

“I-380 Route Location Study from Highway 520 to Highway 518 Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa,” April 1976

“Summary of the Waterloo Metropolitan Transportation Independent Variable, 1966-1990,” April 1976

“1990 Transportation Plan Development and the Continuing Transportation Planning Process for the Waterloo Metropolitan Area,” May 1976

“Preliminary Section 4(f) Document for Project No.1-380-7 in Waterloo,” January 1978

“Final Environmental Statement and Location Study Report. Extension of Interstate 380 in Waterloo, Black Hawk County. Project No. 1-380-7,” April 1978

“George Wyth State Park: Development Phase Master Plan Study”

Maps of Alternates A, B, and C

Public hearing and informational meeting

DOT informational meeting, April 21, 1976 (cassette tapes)

BOX 72 – Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces

Citizen’s Liaison Committee for Extension of I-380

Behind the Headlines—“Few friendly Voices for I-380 Proposals,” April 25, 1976

Interstate 380 Newsletter, January-April, 1976

Over the Hill Newsletter, April 1976

Environmental Newsletter (photocopy)

The Environmental Impact Handbook (photocopy)

BOX 73 – Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces

Bank statements and deposit slips

Bills paid

Correspondence

Membership and mailing lists

Newsletter (CPOS)

Purpose of CPOS

BOX 74 – Citizens for Parks and Open Spaces

“Preliminary Design for Waterloo-Cedar Falls Freeway,” March 3, 1969

“Preliminary Design for the Hackett Road Bypass,” November 20, 1972

Corridor location study

Drawings of I-380 and Freeway 518 through Cedar Falls and Waterloo

News clippings and press statements

Copies of published articles

Notes from CPOS meetings

 

Boxes 75-79 contain yellow bound documents related to the extension of Interstate 380. These volumes were compiled in April 1977 by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Commission, and the Iowa Department of Transportation Highway Division. Each volume deals with a different subject related to the extension of I-380.

 

BOX 75 – Extension of Interstate 380

“From the Junction of I-380, Freeway 520 and U.S. 218 in Waterloo to the Junction of Freeway 518 and U.S. 20 in Cedar Falls”

  • Volume I: History of the project, setting of the study, and community action plan
  • Volume II: General considerations and descriptions

BOX 76 – Extension of Interstate 380

“From the Junction of I-380, Freeway 520 and U.S. 218 in Waterloo to the Junction of Freeway 518 and U.S. 20 in Cedar Falls”

  • Volume III: Design considerations, preliminary plan and profile drawings of highway alternatives

BOX 77 – Extension of Interstate 380

“From the Junction of I-380, Freeway 520 and U.S. 218 in Waterloo to the Junction of Freeway 518 and U.S. 20 in Cedar Falls”

  • Volume IV: Structures, utilities, and drainage
  • Volume V: Affected properties

BOX 78 – Extension of Interstate 380

“From the Junction of I-380, Freeway 520 and U.S. 218 in Waterloo to the Junction of Freeway 518 and U.S. 20 in Cedar Falls”

  • Volume VI: Financial considerations, economics factors
  • Volume VII: Transportation factors, community planning factors
  • Volume VIII: Environmental factors

BOX 79 – Extension of Interstate 380

“From the Junction of I-380, Freeway 520 and U.S. 218 in Waterloo to the Junction of Freeway 518 and U.S. 20 in Cedar Falls”

  • Volume IX: Sociological factors, historical and archaeological sites

BOX 79-A to 79-C - Information about bicycles

BOX 80 – Office of Environmental Studies at UNI

Origins

Correspondence

History

Proposals

Steering Committee papers

Office equipment inventory list

Budget matters for 1970-1971

BOX 81 – Office of Environmental Studies at UNI

McCollum file

Papers for Mayor’s Advisory Council on Environmental Quality, 1972

Mailing lists, 1972-1973

Correspondence, 1972-1973

Papers for Conservation Commission/Regents meeting, February 23, 1972

BOX 82 – Master Plan Committee

“An Opinion on the Human Condition and the Role of the University,” May 1972

“Study of Responsibility in Environmental Education at UNI”

Grants, 1970-1971

Inter-Institutional Committee on Environmental Studies, 1971-1973

Exhibit plannings, 1972

BOX 83 - Miscellaneous

“World Game Theory,” 1971

“Voyaging Under Sail” class, 1972

Recycling, 1973

UNI-Dome, 1973

Studies of Environmental Problems, 1975

Environmental Perceptions Committee proposals and minutes, 1974-1975

Ad Hoc Committee on General Education

Iowa Conservation Education Council, 1971

BOX 84 - Miscellaneous

E.R.I.C., 1972

Hartman Reserve, 1975

Interdisciplinary Studies Committee, 1974-1980

Interdisciplinary Studies minutes, 1979

The Whole Iowan (interdisciplinary newsletter), 1978

BOX 85 - Miscellaneous

Iowa Environmental Education assessment, 1976

Dirty Dozen Campaign, 1976

World Future Society, Iowa Chapter, 1977

Biennial Report to the Faculty Senate, 1978

Newsletters #1-8

Future Studies Program Board minutes, 1976-1978

Future Studies booklet, 1977

List of Future Studies books

Future Studies lunch group, 1978

Office bibliographies

Absence requests from Mr. Volker, 1970-1977

Student assistants, 1970-1980

Filing system instructions

Computer printouts

Requisitions and receipts, 1977-1981

BOX 86 - Miscellaneous

Washington D.C. visit, 1977

Ad Hoc Senate Committee on Future Studies Report, 1975

Merchant’s Scholarship, 1980-1981

Seminar in Environmental Problems: The Myth of Waste, 1977

Milford Futurology Program, 1978

Environmental Education Proposal, 1980, Volumes I and II

Humanities Program, 1981

McElroy Symposium, 1982

Futures index and catalog

BOX 87 - Miscellaneous

Future studies catalogs and bulltins

Cedar Falls Outing Group

Iowa Natural Areas Inventory

Teacher education

Earth Day, 1980

Edgar’s paper, 1981

World Future Society, Minneapolis, 1979

Correspondence and reports, 1976-1981

BOX 88 - Miscellaneous

G-10 form letters and correspondence, 1970-1980

BOX 89 - Miscellaneous

OFS-67 questionnaires, 1976/1977

BOX 90 - Miscellaneous

OFS-68 questionnaires, 1977/1978

BOX 91 - Study subjects

Existing environmental study programs

Environmental Perception, Fall 1971-Summer 1972

BOX 92 - Study subjects 

Environmental Perception, Summer-Fall 1972

Environmental Design

Alternative Features, Spring 1972

Environmental Design, Spring 1973

BOX 93 - Study subjects

Matt McCright

Environmental or Temporary course

Experiment in Communal Education

New areas of study

Public interest research

Seminar schedule forms

UNI environmental education programs

UNI Future Study Program

BOX 94 - Study subjects

Seminar in Ecology, Fall 1970-Spring 1971

BOX 95 - Miscellaneous

Guest speakers participating in conferences

Seminars, etc. related to Environment and Future Studies

  • Cornish
  • Davis
  • Erickson
  • Freeman
  • Houston
  • Hovet
  • Koontz
  • Magers
  • Manier
  • Meeker
  • Smalley
  • Wilson
  • Wolf

Mailing lists

Correspondence

News releases

Schedules

BOX 96 - Miscellaneous

Occasional Papers

  • G.S. Austin
  • Frank A. Downs
  • Michele Small
  • Marvin Adelson
  • Scott Beckman
  • Roy Behrens
  • Berenice Bluedorn
  • Fletcher/Woodell
  • Fred Hallberg
  • A.C. Haman
  • Alejandro G. Piscitelli

BOX 97 – Environmental and Future Studies Conferences

Iowa 2000

Ohio conference

21st National Conference, Conservation Education

First Global Conference of the Future

Conference on the Future of American Agriculture as a Strategic Resource

BOX 98 – Environmental and Future Studies Conferences

AAAS, Boston and San Francisco

Ames conference

Governor’s Spring Environmental Action Conference

Governor’s Conference on Environmental Systems

Inter-Institutional Committee, Ames

Iowa High School Environmental Action

BOX 99 – Conferences and special programs

Earth Week

Education for Survival Conference

BOX 100 – Conferences and special programs

Education for Survival Conference

Experimental Environments

Experimental Housing

Individual Studies Program

Future Fair, North Virginia Community College

First Conference of the education Section of the World Future Society

PLS futurology workshop

BOX 101 – Budgets, 1970-1973

BOX 102 – Budgets, 1973-1977

BOX 103 – Budgets, 1977-1980

BOX 104 - Financial

Budget, 1980-1981

Office equipment information

Purchasing

Funding and finance assistance

BOX 105 - Miscellaneous

Service request/project support files, 1970-1976

Student group travel, 1971

Scenario, 1980

Miscellaneous surveys, reports, and research

BOX 106 - Posters

“New Connections Among Art, Science, and Technology”

“Learning to Imagine the Future”

“The Myth of Waste: Poison or Profit”

“New Dawn Under the Chinese Literary Scene” (2 copies)

Charles W. Freeman, Jr.

“Alternative Images of the Future”

“Psych and Symbol”

“A New Minor” (3 copies)

“Options”

“High School Environmental Action Conference”

“Studies in Environmental Problems”

BOX 107 - Miscellaneous

Handbook on “Planning for the Future,” 1978-1979

Upper Midwest Council

Continuing Education, University of Minnesota

Solar power

World food problems

Hudson Institute

BOX 108 – Environmental Studies and Future Studies

Sixth Annual Shipboard Conference, June 1979

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1981

Houston Future Education Conference, 1978

BOX 109 – Environmental Studies and Future Studies

Sixth Annual International Conference on the Unity of Man, Book I and II

“How Much Will Change, How Much Will Not” seminar

BOX 110 – Environmental Studies and Future Studies

First Global Conference on the Future

Iowa Confederation of Environmental Organizations (ICEO) materials

BOX 111 – Reel-to-reel tapes

“Is Population Growth Responsible for Environmental Crisis in the U.S.?”

Earth Week, 1970

Dr. Paul Shepherd

Population control, October 1971

“Beyond despair” conference

Robert Theobald at Wartburg College

Vison 65: Gaming, Responsibility and Communication

Design, Man, and the Future, keynote address

Processing Information

Finding aid created by Archivist Gerald Peterson. Updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, November 2017 and February 2018. Linear Feet updated August 15, 2017.