What is President Theodore Roosevelt’s conservation legacy?



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    Theodore Roosevelt really brought conservation to the public and political world. Over the course of his time in office, he created well over 100 million acres of government protected land. He also jump-started the National Parks and National Forests services that are still going today. He also helped people recognize water management as an issue.

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