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Theodore Roosevelt’s Conservation Legacy

trenvpicmainFrom the Almanac of Theodore Roosevelt, here’s a quick compilation of TR’s achievements in natural resource conservation. Click the links for full lists.

4 National Game Preserves

5 National Parks7 Conservation Conferences18 National Monuments

24 Reclamation Projects

51 Federal Bird Reservations

150 National Forests

230 Million total acres set aside for the enjoyment of all

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