U.S. SENATE – Last night, Senator Steve Daines was awarded the James D. Range Conservation Award from the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) for his leadership on legislation to improve management and access to public lands, address the issue of chronic wasting disease and clean up abandoned hardrock mines.
“As a fifth generation Montanan and avid sportsman, I grew up in Montana’s outdoors hunting and fishing with my dad. I raised my kids with the same appreciation for our outdoor way of life, and I look forward to the day I can put a fishing pole in the hands of my grandkids,” Daines said. “It was an honor to receive the James D. Range Conservation Award from TRCP for my work on conservation and protecting public access to public lands. I’ll always work to protect Montana’s outdoor heritage, because after all, I believe it’s a conservative principle to conserve!”
TRCP is a conservation organization whose goal is to unite and amplify their partners’ voices to advance America’s legacy of conservation, habitat and access.
To see Daines’ conservation work, click HERE.