DENVER, Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Jon Anderson, Director of The Western Way, a conservative pro-market conservation organization, released the following policy road-map that a President Trump could take to seize the opportunity to reclaim conservatives' position as pro-business conservation champions. Conservatives have tried hard to draw favorable links between Donald Trump and their beloved Teddy Roosevelt. While the two New Yorkers share common character traits, the more relevant question is whether a President Donald Trump would make any attempt to model his initiatives after President Roosevelt's legacy achievement as a conservative conservationist. The political and policy opportunities are ripe for a President Trump to create such a resurgence. Somewhere between the end of President Theodore Roosevelt's term in 1909 and 2016, conservatives completely yielded the conservation mantle to the Democrat Party. This has evolved into a political relevancy problem for the GOP in 2016, as millennials cite conservation and environmental policy as priority issues. Cutting through the political narrative created over a hundred years ago, the fact remains that conservatives do not care less about the environment than liberals, they just insist on using facts rather than rhetoric to define the scope of government solutions needed to address our country's most significant environment and conservation challenges. Energy, conservation, wildlife, and water issues are all areas in which Mr. Trump, if elected president, could engage conservative leaders to find commonsense, pro-market solutions while respecting and enhancing our country's cherished national treasures and resources. In this instance, it is an advantage that Mr. Trump has maintained a clean slate in terms of defining his substantive policies on environmental, conservation, and public lands issues. Before adopting pro forma GOP policies in this space, a President Donald Trump should take a deep breath, channel Teddy Roosevelt, and see the generational opportunity to reclaim conservatives' position as pro-business conservation champions.