August 31, 2016

Conservation is Conservative


Washington, D.C. — In a brand new National Energy Innovation Survey announced this morning, Hillary Clinton currently holds a five percentage lead point in the head to head matchup with Donald Trump. The poll, conducted by TargetPoint Consulting and Just Win Strategies, was sponsored by nine leading energy policy advocacy groups who are set to […]


In October 2015, Republican Senators Kelly Ayotte (NH), Mark Kirk (IL), Lamar Alexander (TN), and Lindsey Graham (SC) announced the formation of an Energy and Environment Working Group. Last week, twelve Republicans announced the formation of the Energy, Innovation, and Environment Working Group in the House of Representatives. Those members are: Rep. Barbara Comstock (VA), […]


U.S. Sen. Steve Daines casts a line in the North Fork Flathead River on Aug. 24, 2015. Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon

Many thanks to reporter Tristan Scott of the Flathead Beacon for this column . “In recent years, a new brand of GOP lawmaker has emerged. These “Teddy Roosevelt Republicans” must walk a fine line between their conservation values back home and the partisan politicking in Washington.” Please read the entire column at Flathead Beacon

Laudato Si: Pope Francis

The long anticipated encyclical from Pope Francis, Laudato Si, was released today. It will take days, maybe weeks, to read and comprehend the entire document, but we thought we would share this excerpt that speaks to the conservative mind: “The notion of the common good also extends to future generations. The global economic crises have […]

Senator Howard Baker

ConservAmerica is today’s home for Republican’s who share Sen. Baker’s idealism. “Even in his first term, at a time when Senate norms said that freshmen should be seen and not heard, Baker played a strong legislative role, including on the Clean Air Act, the beginning of a sustained interest and involvement in environmental issues that […]

Jon Huntsman Jr Calls for GOP Leadership on Climate

Gov.  Jon Huntsman Jr. keynoting ConservAmerica's annual Theodore Roosevelt Banquet in 2011

“TO waste, to destroy our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them amplified and developed.” These words were spoken by one […]

Trammell S. Crow Receives Prestigious Honor

Catholic Museum

Trammell S. Crow, a member of the ConservAmerica board of directors and tireless supporter of our organization, was honored last week by The National Museum of Catholic Art and Library for his Lifetime Achievement in the field of environmental protection. The black tie event also honored Raymond Flynn, former mayor of Boston and former Ambassador […]

Oscar Simpson Honored by BHA

Oscar Simpson

Bill Wiley, a leading voice for ConservAmerica in New Mexico, reports Oscar Simpson, a long time member of ConservAmerica, has been recognized with the 2014 Aldo Leopold Award by Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. This prestigious award honors Oscar for his work getting the Rio Grande Del Norte, Organ Mts & Valle Vidal wilderness areas into […]

Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Awards

Al Sample, Executive Director of the Pinchot Institute for Conservation accepts TR Award

ConservAmerica held its annual Theodore Roosevelt Award function in Washington, D.C. on March 12, 2014. A full house celebrated the GOP’s great conservation legacy. The four Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Award honorees were: Gifford Pinchot and the Pinchot Institute for Conservation. Gifford Pinchot created the U.S. Forestry Service and was our nation’s first chief forester. Serving […]

Theodore Roosevelt Banquet Covered by Newsmax

Newsmax published a piece today on our successful Theodore Roosevelt Banquet with the Hon. Fred Upton as keynote speaker. “Upton made his remarks to a packed audience of ConservAmerica, which honors and encourages Republican support for conservation.” Read the entire piece here.