Upholding Theodore Roosevelt's vision, we're protecting our nation's most valuable resource - its wildlife. We've been promoting fair-chase in hunting, outdoor ethics and conservation since 1888.
Past Club member accomplishments include: the protection of Yellowstone, Glacier, and Denali National Parks; the foundation of the National Forest Service, National Park Service, and National Wildlife Refuge System; the passing of the Pittman-Robertson and Lacey Acts, and the establishment of the Federal Duck Stamp Program. Today, the Club continues its commitment to hunters, conservation, and our natural wildlife resources by:
Influencing conservation policy by promoting wise and responsible management of wildlife and natural resources backed by science;
Developing the next generation of conservation leaders through our endowed professorships, the Conservation Leadership Institute and Conservation Grants for young professionals;
Training tomorrow's conservation leaders through excellence in conservation education, field programs, teacher training, and professional enhancement; and
Continuing a century-long commitment of strengthening the hunter's role in conservation through leadership in hunting ethics.