“Life is a great adventure…accept it in such a spirit.“
At 43, Roosevelt became the youngest president to serve, after the assassination of Pres. McKinley. Grief led him to explore and love the wild American west as a young man and conservationism became a part of his legacy. He preserved hundreds of millions of acres of public lands, such as the Grand Canyon.
Here’s more on Pres. Roosevelt’s legacy in conservationism: READ HERE
Theodore Roosevelt: READ HERE
by Jenna Lee,