Today, our national parks offer free admission in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Read more here. African-Americans played an important role in the Civilian Conservation Corps. Click here to read more.
Have you made a resolution to get outdoors more in 2013? Have you resolved to step up your activity with local or national conservation issues? Let us know by leaving a comment below! We appreciate learning about our members’ ideas and interests. (Oh, one good resolution would be to share ConservAmerica’s website with your friends!) [...]
ConservAmerica Endorses Scott Brown for Senate Senator Lauded for Environmental Commitment ConservAmerica, a national grassroots organization of conservation-minded Republicans, is pleased to endorse Scott Brown for re-election to the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts. Senator Brown is a thoughtful, stewardship-minded problem solver who is able to rise above partisanship to safeguard our environment. This quality is [...]
Our nation has lost a great environmental leader. Russell Train played a pivotal role in shaping many of our nation’s landmark environmental laws–laws that have significantly cleaned up the pollution that fouled our air and water so much in the late 1960s and early 1970s. One of President Nixon’s principle environmental advisers, he is also [...]
Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD) hosts an annual Green Energy meeting in his district. Rep. Bartlett honored ConservAmerica by inviting Vice President for Government Affairs, David Jenkins, to speak at last week’s event. Need a speaker for your upcoming event? ConservAmerica has staff, board members, and state coordinators across the nation who may be able to [...]