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TRCP Kicks off Live Chat Series Focused on Conservation Policy

News for Immediate Release Mar. 05, 2013 Contact: Katie McKalip, 406-240-9262,

TRCP president/CEO to answer questions, discuss TRCP’s 2013 Sportsmen’s Conservation Priorities’ in first of interactive events.

WASHINGTON – The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is initiating a series of live, online chats intended to engage and inform American sportsmen about the natural resource policy issues critical to the future of hunting and angling. TRCP President and CEO Whit Fosburgh will launch the new, interactive forum today, taking questions from participants and addressing key points in the TRCP’s “2013 Sportsmen’s Conservation Priorities.”

“At its core, the TRCP remains a partnership, drawing strength and effectiveness from our more than 30 partner organizations – ranging from Ducks Unlimited to the AFL-CIO – and our thousands of individual supporters,” said Fosburgh. “These live chats will enable sportsmen from across the country to better engage in and become informed about the policy issues that are central to securing our nation’s outdoor heritage.”

The live chat will take place at the TRCP headquarters in Washington, D.C. Media members are invited to participate.

WHO: TRCP President and CEO Whit Fosburgh

WHAT: Q&A and live chat overview of TRCP’s “2013 Sportsmen’s Conservation Priorities”

WHEN: Tuesday, March 5, 2013, at 12:30 p.m. EST

The event will be streamed live at

Chat live, submit questions via twitter @theTRCP #TRCPlivechat or email questions to

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Read the TRCP 2013 Conservation Policy Agenda.

Inspired by the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the TRCP is a coalition of organizations and grassroots partners working together to preserve the traditions of hunting and fishing.

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