Contains 10 Results:
Contains original newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles that chronicle Ritter's activist career, as well as about the environment as it relates to development more broadly.
Contains official correspondence, letters of congratulations, and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation information related to the Nancy Susan Reynolds Award for Advocacy that Ritter won in 1986, the first year the awards were given out. The award recognizes those who have contributed in a substantial and meaningful way to the State of North Carolina. Ritter was given $25,000 and granted $20,000 of that to the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
Contains statements and documents related to the work to save Permuda Island from development, including testimony given by Ritter on the matter to the Subcommittee on Environmental Protection of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works in Washington, D.C. in June of 1991.
The first folder contains thank you notes, speaking engagement invitations, and other letters written to Lena that relate to her work and interests outside of direct involvement with the Coastal Federation or Permuda Island project. The second folder contains thank you notes written by school children to Ritter, thanking her for speaking to their classes.
Contains a mission statement, general organization overview, and publications regarding resource management and areas of environmental concern of the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
Contains correspondence related to the conservation activities of the North Carolina Coastal Federation, including opposition to development in West Onslow Beach and the relocation of a State road on Topsail Island.
Contains award certificates, nomination information, and publications mentioning Ritter's awards. A 1962 school certificate for Ricky Ritter is also included. An oversize certificate from the North Carolina Fisheries Association has been separated to Box 3.