Louis Bacon to be honored with Lifetime Achievement in Conservation award from Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Posted April 25, 2016

This week, Louis Bacon, The Moore Charitable Foundation‘s Chairman and Founder, will receive a life achievement award in conservation from the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP). We are honored by this recognition from an organization that works tirelessly to unite and amplify the many voices of sportsmen and environmental groups for the preservation and enjoyment of land and wildlife for future generations.

The TRCP will be celebrating the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, our American sporting traditions and those who have made a difference for fish and wildlife conservation in America.Image courtesy of Jessi Johnson

The TRCP will also recognize Senator James Risch of Idaho and Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico for their deep commitment to the hook and bullet community with the James D. Range Conservation Award.

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