Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Non-Profit Partner

Founded in 2002 with Theodore Roosevelt’s vision as its inspiration, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is the largest coalition of hunting, fishing, and conservation organizations in the country, uniting and amplifying the voices of sportsmen and women by convening hunting and fishing groups, conservation organizations, and outdoor businesses to a common purpose. The organization now includes 60+ partner groups, scores of businesses, and more than 130,000 individuals, all united around Roosevelt’s conservation legacy. In pursuit of its work, the TRCP has earned a strong reputation for providing nonpartisan policy advocacy—in Washington, D.C., and across the nation—to strengthen broad-based conservation efforts, protect wildlife and fish habitat, and ensure public access to natural resources.

Why We Work Together

In 1912, Roosevelt said, “There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country.” Loss of access is one of the biggest threats to the future of conservation and our outdoor recreation opportunities. Americans’ access to the outdoors is unparalleled in all the world, but there are more competing demands on our natural resources than ever before. It is critical to safeguard our country’s public lands legacy and the programs that incentivize boosting habitat and opening access on private lands, and we face challenges on both fronts.

Together Outdoor Research and TRCP are working for meaningful policy change that benefits wildlife, our waters, and the American landscapes that are unique worldwide.

Quote From TRCP:

“Outdoor Research and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership share a common commitment to protect our natural resources and ensure accessible outdoor spaces for future generations,” said Becky Humphries, CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, “We are thankful for the opportunity to partner with conservation-minded companies like Outdoor Research to address the resource and access-oriented issues important to outdoorsmen and women today.”