Social Studies (Ms. Sue)
posted by Anonymous on .
What were Roosevelt's achievements in the field of conservation?
My answer: Roosevelt preserved more than 200 million acres of public lands. He established the nation's first wildlife refuge at Pelican, Florida. He doubled the number of national parks in the United States, and created national monuments, preserving the Grand Canyon and the Petrified Forest in Arizona.
If you're talking about President Theodore Roosevelt, you're right.