Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership releases its list |

Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership releases its list

Scott Willoughby
The Denver Post

‘Tis the season for lists, and checking them twice.

That goes double for reporters, when the final week on the advent calendar tends toward a rehash of all the interesting stuff that happened the 51 weeks before. Or the stuff that didn’t happen.

The outdoors community was offered a hand in that department recently when the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) released its list of the top 10 underreported conservation stories of 2014. And while The Denver Post has reported on a few of these topics as they pertain to outdoor pursuits, they are worth reiterating (or noting for the first time).

“Right now, these issues couldn’t be more relevant to American citizens,” said TRCP president and CEO Whit Fosburgh. “We’d like to refocus attention on the policy debates that have the greatest potential to alter Americans’ abilities to access anmerican citizens.

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