The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) is a prominent and influential conservation organization dedicated to safeguarding America’s outdoor heritage by ensuring the vitality of our lands and waters. Named after President Theodore Roosevelt, a renowned conservationist, the TRCP works to unite sportsmen, industry leaders, and policymakers to advocate for policies and practices that promote the conservation and sustainable use of our natural resources. The organization’s mission is rooted in the belief that responsible management of our public lands, waters, and wildlife is essential for current and future generations of hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts.
TRCP focuses on several key conservation priorities, including habitat protection and restoration, improving access to public lands, and advocating for sound conservation policies at both the state and federal levels. Through partnerships, advocacy, and scientific research, the TRCP strives to address the complex challenges facing our natural world. By bringing together diverse stakeholders, they work towards a future where outdoor traditions thrive and the nation’s rich legacy of wildlife and natural resources is conserved for all to enjoy.