Plan to join us at the third annual symposium as renowned historians and scholars explore Roosevelt’s reading in conservation literature, his field observations, his writings about conservation, and the friendships he developed in the course of his life that helped shaped his conservation ethic and legislative activity. The two-day symposium includes a field trip to Medora, North Dakota, where Roosevelt built two ranches in the late 1800's and Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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