Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States of America, national trailblazer environmentalist, took a break from his nation wide campaign with South Dakota Tourism to show his appreciation for The Outdoor Campus using the “I ❤ TOC” questionnaire.
“When someone visits The Outdoor Campus, the first place they should go is the museum, to appreciate the fine taxidermy. Early morning is the best time to visit The Outdoor Campus because you can get on the trails just as the woods are waking. The best place to spend time at The Outdoor Campus is out on the trails – in the thick of it all! The Outdoor Campus loves teaching people about wildlife, and the importance of conservation and education. I learned to take photographs with this new “digital” technology. The Outdoor Campus really knows how to create an excellent outdoor escape right in the backyard of a great city. You can tell if someone is from The Outdoor Campus if they share my passion for naturalist studies. Finding natural wildlife so close to wonderful people excited to tell you about it right in the city could only happen at The Outdoor Campus. In the winter you should swim in the Big Sioux. After all, I skinny-dipped in the Potomac!
In 140 characters or less, the world should ❤ The Outdoor Campus because it’s a place you can keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground."