Harvey Webster interview, 28 August 2012

Harvey Webster relates several local wildlife stories within the context of the role of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's relationship/partnership with the local Metroparks. CNHM acts as the curator and educator and assists with the parks role in the preservation and sustainment of wildlife and nature. Webster provides many and varied stories about Ohio's wildlife resources.

Participants: Webster, Harvey (interviewee) / Lanese, James (interviewer) / Valore, Ken (interviewer)
Collection: Cleveland Metroparks
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Cleveland Metroparks

Interviews with Cleveland Metroparks staff and partners collected in 2012 and 2013. Interviews cover a variety of topics relating to parks operations, biological and environmental sciences, anthropology, and natural history.