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  • Theodore Roosevelt's Conservation Campaignby Stephen Ponder
    Presented by:
    Brandon Befort
    ThuyHunh
    Lauren Looby
    Megan Pihlaja
    ShainaSieh
  • Charming and Bedazzled
    Constant Availability
    Expansive Public Relations for Government
    Used Media to Win Over the Public: Charming
  • Perennial Publicist
    Gifford Pinchot
    • Good connection
    • Consistent
  • Public Relations Practices
  • The impact of public relations in early conservation efforts
    President Theodore Roosevelt first met with 39 governors in Washington, DC for the first meeting of what was to become the National Governors' Association
  • “Protect and Preserve
    the remaining forests
    Upon public lands from Devastation and Destruction:
    Which has been the fate of those in forest sections of the country.”
    A Practical Forester
    (A subject that had attention all through Mr. Roosevelt’s Presidency)
  • Important Things
    • Success for the Conservation and Forestry
    Standard Publicity Tactics
    • Extension of Power
    • The Importance of Public Opinion
  • The Nation’s Chief before the Forest King
    President Roosevelt in Big Tree Grove, Santa Cruz, California
    President Roosevelt and his traveling companions at the Hanging Bridge, Royal Gorge, Colorado
  • President Roosevelt and his distinguished Party, before the “Grizzly Giant,” Big Trees of California
    Amidst America’s noblest scenery – President Roosevelt on Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, California
  • TheEnd