In 2000, when ConservAmerica chose to endorse Mark Kirk in his first race for Congress, we believed he was a common sense leader who would work both publicly and behind the scenes to make conservation of our nation’s great natural resources a priority. Since then, Sen. Kirk has staked out an incredible record of pro-environment […]
Earth Day Texas, a three day festival held at Fair Park in Dallas every spring, is an unique opportunity for businesses, NGO’s, and government entities to share best practices and discuss issues. ConservAmerica is a proud exhibitor and active participant in the event. We’ve been there every year since its inception. This year, we had […]
“While the causes of climate change and its impacts continue to be argued or ignored in our nation, the linkage between changes in our climate and national security has been obscured. Political concerns and budgetary limitations cannot be allowed to dominate what is essentially a salient national security concern for our nation. Our Congress, the […]
The national celebration of the Wilderness Act’s 50th anniversary is fast approaching this fall. Between now and then, ConservAmerica will feature wilderness areas signed into law by GOP presidents on a state-by-state basis. First up, Arizona! Click Arizona Wilderness Areas Protected by GOP Presidentsfor the full PDF list—and you lucky Arizonans–it is a long list!
ConservAmerica is proud to announce its endorsement of Rick Snyder for governor of the Great Lake State of Michigan. “Governor Snyder’s record is one of strong, pragmatic leadership on conservation and environmental issues. His decision making process balances the needs of today’s citizens with those coming in future generations,” said Rob Sisson, president of ConservAmerica. […]
By Rob Sisson My Memorial Day weekend was spent in the tiny town of Fowler, Indiana. It’s my wife’s hometown and we were there to begin the sad process of preparing her late parents’ home for sale. Fowler is the county seat of Benton County, which bills itself as the Soybean Capital of the World. […]
The great outdoor writer, Hal Herring, explains why water pollution is an attack on our personal liberty and freedom: “Takings of private property values by ruining rivers or water supplies are becoming commonplace.” “It has become woefully clear, in the past year or so, that when we fail to conserve these assets, and protect them […]