Which president is often called 'the conservation president'?

Which president is often called 'the conservation president'?

A Dwight D. Eisenhower

B Woodrow Wilson

C Theodore Roosevelt

The correct answer is: Theodore Roosevelt

During his presidency between 1901 and 1909, Theodore Roosevelt established five national parks. He also enacted the Antiquities Act in 1906, enabling presidents to proclaim various historic sites as national monuments, amid concerns about haphazard digging and looting of artifacts.

Hello and welcome, you are very welcome to our website, today we will tell you the answer to the questions given in this post and will try our best to give you the correct answer. If you find the answer wrong then tell us your correct answer by commenting and if you find our post helpful then share our post and we will give answers to more such questions on our website, so you can save our website. So that you can see more answers to come. Thank you for reading this article.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post