Wednesday Win: T.R.ivia

Photo courtesy of the Harvard College Library.

What popular Christmas tradition did Theodore Roosevelt have banned from the White House during his presidency?

Send your answer to or submit it on the TRCP Facebook page by Friday morning for your chance to win a hardcover copy of The Gigantic Book of Hunting Stories!

Congratulations to Patrick Rodgers on being last week’s Wednesday Win victor.

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Christen Duxbury
Christen Duxbury joined the TRCP January 2010. Christen grew up with wilderness-loving parents who taught her to enjoy all the land can give, from the solitude of a mountain to the thrill of casting a fly. She came into her own as a land conservationist during her time at The Wilderness Society. Before signing on at the TRCP, she worked for an environmental campaign aimed at passing a comprehensive climate change bill in Congress. She spends most of her free time climbing rocks, paddling and enjoying the wilderness she works to protect.

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One comment on “Wednesday Win: T.R.ivia

  1. Christen Duxbury on said:

    The correct answer is the Christmas tree. Congratulations to Mike Kunkel for winning “The Gigantic Book of Hunting Stories.”

    Thank to everyone who submitted an answer, and be sure to check in again next Wednesday.

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