Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship (CRS) is a national nonprofit grassroots organization founded on the premise that environmental stewardship and natural resource conservation are inherently conservative, and that true conservatives endeavor to be good stewards of the natural systems and resources that sustain life on earth.

Safeguarding our air and water, our public lands, our wetlands and wildlife is, as Ronald Reagan accurately pointed out, “our great moral responsibility.” When conservatives fail to engage and take this obligation seriously, the solutions proposed come entirely from the left.

America’s most enduring environmental protections have been shaped by conservative ideas. That same kind of stewardship is needed today. Help us put the CONSERVE back in conservatism!

Get Your Representative Engaged on Climate Change

Ask them to Co-Sponsor Bi-Partisan Climate Bill

The Devastating Impacts of Pollinator Decline

The Devastating Impacts of Pollinator Decline

People often do not realize just how much of the food we eat only exists because of insect pollinators, especially bees. Bees are in fact essential in the production of at least a third of our food. This includes most of the fruits, nuts, vegetables, and seeds that...

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Broken Promises

Broken Promises

Prior to drilling on public land, oil and gas companies must agree to completely clean up, plug, and fully restore drilling sites once they finish with them. Essentially, they must promise to clean up their mess as a condition of the drilling privilege. Unfortunately...

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Protecting Our Atmosphere the Reagan Way

Protecting Our Atmosphere the Reagan Way

Way back in 1987, President Ronald Reagan pushed through an international treaty to phase out the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), chemicals that scientists suspected of eroding the earth’s protective ozone layer. That treaty, called the Montreal Protocol, has been...

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Tell Biden to Protect Taxpayers from Orphaned Well Clean-up Costs

Urge the Biden Administration & Congress to strengthen bonding requirements

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