October 26, 2020
A Toast to the Patron Saint of Conservation on His Birthday
If you’ve looked at the state of our country lately and thought, ‘What would Theodore Roosevelt do?’ this might be your answer.
October 26, 2015
Break the Internet to Protect Your Public Access to Hunting and Fishing —– Here’s How
On October 27, 1858, or 157 years ago today, one of the greatest wildlife conservationists in the history of our country was born. Known for his brute toughness and...
July 23, 2015
Sharing Roosevelt’s Vision for Conservation and Sportsmen’s Access
Of all the senses we engage as sportsmen, vision is perhaps the most essential to having a successful day on the water or in the field. Whether we’re watching...
January 21, 2015
The Sportsmen’s State of the Union 2015
November’s elections proved that change is a constant in Washington; today’s majority can swiftly become tomorrow’s minority. But regardless of which party controls the agenda and the gavels of...
January 29, 2013
Setting Priorities and Taking Names
Leadership, tenacity and foresight are three traits of Theodore Roosevelt’s that I most admire. T.R. embodied a certain largeness of character that is, of course, not unusual for many in the political arena....
October 29, 2012
Presidential Candidates Should Make Energy and Public Lands in the West a Priority
“Sportsmen and women understand that not every president can be as passionate an outdoorsman as Theodore Roosevelt. We do expect, however, that candidates for president understand the importance of...
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CONSERVATION WORKS FOR AMERICA
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