Walk Softly
Circle of Honor

According to the US National Park Service webpage:

Theodore Roosevelt is often considered the “conservationist president.” In the North Dakota Badlands, where many of his personal concerns first gave rise to his later environmental efforts, Roosevelt is remembered with a national park that bears his name and honors the memory of this great conservationist.

“We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must do his part if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune.”

– Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt
26th President of the United States

President Roosevelt challenged Americans to maintain the great natural resources of our land. As a result, Family Wild honors President Roosevelt’s hunting and conservation legacy with our HIGHEST HONOR.

To earn membership into the Teddy Roosevelt “Walk Softly” Conservation Circle of Honor your Family Wild Club must do your part to improve the proud heritage of our North American lands. Although we all can’t be President of the United States or the Canadian Prime Minister, everyone of us can make our environment better than we found it.

Download the booklet and learn how you can earn THIS HIGHEST HONOR!