When Theodore Roosevent went to the North Dakota badlands in 1883 to hunt buffalo, he decided to establish two ranches and a cattle business. His experience in this rough country, however, involved more than entrepreneurialism. His experience there created a desire to protect natural resources that led him to take conservational measures during his presidency, thus laying the groundwork for the many protected areas in the nation today.
Whether you walk in Roosevelt's footsteps by taking on the outdoor challenges of the badlands or visiting one of the ranches he built, you're following the path of a man whose passion for conservation made it only fitting that a national park should be named after him.
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