Winter News Letter 2019
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Click here to Open the Winter News letter 2019 Inside this Issue 4H Youth Wilderness Experience 2 Chapter Cents 2 View from the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Public Lands report:Horsemen to Accept Restrictions in Five Wilderness Areas? 4 What Will Your Legacy Be 5 Catch Pen 6-8 BCHC Supports Historic Pony Express Trail 10 Zack Wenzel Thinks Packing is a Great … Read More

Fall News Letter 2018
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Click here to Open the Fall News letter 2018 Inside this Issue Volunteer Hours Reporting 2 From the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Chapter Cents 4 BCHA- Members of Many Types 5 BCH Education Foundation Grants 6-7 Catch Pen 8-9 A New Chapter in Missouri 10 Zumbro Bottoms BCH Minnesota 11 News From Virginia & Tennessee 10-12

Summer News Letter 2018
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Click here to Open the Summer News letter 2018 Inside this Issue Public Lands Report 2 From the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Media and Marketing Reports 3 Funding Committee Report 4 Education Committee Reports 4 Resolution on Youth Membership 5 Meeting a Horse on the Trail 5 Thank You Donors! 6-7 National Board Meeting Photos 8

Spring Newsletter 2021
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Click here to Open the Spring Newsletter 2021 Inside… Public Lands Update 2 View from the Chairman 3 Advoacy Equals Future Access 3 San Rafael Back Country Horsemen Improve Local Trails 4 Spring Warm-Ups: Reconditioning Horses and Mules in the Spring 5 Fundraising Committee Report 6 A Rebuilding Year,2020 7 The Legacy Fund 8

Winter Newsletter 2021
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Click here to Open the Winter Newsletter 2021 Inside… Shaping BCHA to Attract Younger People 2 View from the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Black Hills BCH of South Dakota Celebrates 10 years 4 How to Feed a Hard Keeper 5 Public Lands Update 6-7 Why Some Long Time BCHA Members Supported the Legacy Fund 8

Fall Newsletter 2020
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Click here to Open the Fall Newsletter 2020 Inside… Public Lands Update 2 Alabama in the News 2 View from the Chairman 3 BCHA Grants in Action 4-5 BCH Kanas-Teaming up for Trail Work 6 Getting Youth Involved 7 Giving 8

Spring Newsletter 2020
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Click here to Open the Spring Newsletter 2020 Inside… What Are we Doing to Increase Membership 2 Create a Lasting Legacy 2 View from the Chairman 3 Public Lands Update 4 Words Matter 5 Creating Next Generation Back Country Horsemen 8 Non-Equestrians Occupying Camp Sites 10-11 A Tribute to Mylon Filkins 12