Theodore Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch Hits the Radio Waves

February 11, 2015 by Jenny Buddenborg

The story of Theodore Roosevelt's Elkhorn Ranch and the National Trust for Historic Preservation's efforts to protect this "cradle of conservation" were recently featured in a radio segment on Ultimate Outdoors Radio. This Wisconsin-based station with an audience of outdoor enthusiasts learned of the Elkhorn Ranch from viewing our CBS Sunday Morning piece with correspondent Mo Rocca. While significant to the growth and history of North Dakota, Theodore Roosevelt and his Elkhorn Ranch resonate with a national audience. It is a place of great importance to our Nation's history, and it will take a Nation to protect it.

From the places listed in the Green Book to the homes of icons like Nina Simone and Pauli Murray, join us in protecting and restoring places where significant African American history happened.

Take the Pledge

Join today to help save places that matter.

Join Now