Theodore Roosevelt’s Legacy

Many sportsmen consider President Theodore Roosevelt the father of our modern conservation movement. At a minimum, he was our first Conservation President, and one of the most influential in developing federal programs to preserve our forests, game habitat and all wildlife species. Like all of us, he loved the great outdoors and cherished his time afield harvesting our panoply of game animals which dotted the American landscape at the turn of the 20th century.

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