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Territorial Riders BCHO Elk Lake Creek Trail Restoration RTP Grant Project
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by Tim Lagasse – Please contact me with any questions –  territorialriders@bcho.org The Mt. Hood National Forest has some steep and rugged country, and Bull of the Woods Wilderness is probably some of the most rugged and isolated country in the Mt. Hood.  In addition, in 2010, a significantly sized, and very hot, forest fire burned out the center of … Read More

Newsletter , Spring of 2018 Issue
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Click here to Open the Spring 2018 Newsletter Public Lands Report From the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Recruiting New Members 3 Facts About Trails Act 4 Catch Pen 5 Chapter Articles 6-7 Outdoor Recreation Satellite Account: Statistics 8

Back Country Horsemen of America Tackles the Tough Challenges at Annual Meeting
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Back Country Horsemen of America Tackles the Tough Challenges at Annual Meeting by Sarah Wynne Jackson After over 40 years of keeping trails open for horse use, Back Country Horsemen of America still stands up for the recreational horseback rider who ambles about the front country for an hour or two, as well as the outfitter with a six-mule pack … Read More

Press Release spring 2018
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    The Back Country Horsemen Education Foundation: Keeping Trails Open, One Project at a Time by Sarah Wynne Jackson As a service organization with an exemplary record of volunteerism, Back Country Horsemen of America knows the true cost of keeping trails open, not only for horse use but for all users of every kind. They occasionally receive donations of … Read More

San Juan BCH of Colorado Work To Clear Trail
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Back Country Horsemen of America believes in the premise of America’s Wildernesses, and leads our nation both on the trail and in houses of government in preserving those wild lands. Highly respected for their knowledge, integrity, and work ethic, BCHA collaborates extensively with land management agencies and other trail user groups to create practical solutions to the problems that threaten … Read More

BCHA Education Foundation Grant Project Report.
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2017 Back Country Horsemen Education Foundation Grant Accomplishment Report The San Joaquin-Sierra Unit of BCH of California submitted a grant proposal to help cover member’s costs for providing volunteer service to the Sierra National Forest. Work parties were organized to work on both wilderness and non-wilderness trails in the John Muir and Ansel Adams Wildernesses near Edison Lake as well … Read More

How Can Kids Reach Out To Congress
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How Can Kids Reach Out To Congress Just because you can’t vote yet doesn’t mean you can’t voice your view on things that matter to you. Your representatives in congress represent everyone in their district, including children. By reaching out to your congressman or woman, you can help influence their vote on potential laws and regulations that affect you, your … Read More

Shoshone BCH get the job done
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Back Country Horsemen of America Makes a Good Trail Ride a Great One by Sarah Wynne Jackson Back Country Horsemen of America works hard to keep trails open for horse use across the nation. They also dedicate their time and effort to making sure equestrians have the amenities they need to fully enjoy their trail experience. Adequate parking at trailheads, … Read More

Olympic Back Country Horsemen
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Back Country Horsemen of America Cares for the Front Country Gems Outside Your Back Door by Sarah Wynne Jackson Back Country Horsemen of America formed over 40 years ago to protect our right to ride horses on public lands. The original founders cherished the wide swaths of wild land that encompass hundreds of thousands of acres with trails inaccessible to … Read More

Back Country Horsemen of Tennessee
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Back Country Horsemen of America Strikes a Balance Between Recreation and Preservation by Sarah Wynne Jackson From its inception over 40 years ago, Back Country Horsemen of America established a solid reputation as a service organization. Its members are known as hard-working, knowledgeable folks who turn up when there’s a job to be done. Some people wonder why. Why would … Read More

Winter Newsletter 2018
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Click here to Open the Winter 2018 Newsletter Inside This Issue Chairmans letter 3 National Report 4-5 Catch Pen 6-7 Youth 7 Chapter Articles 8-11 Bitterroot Clan Honored 12 Welcome Iowa 12

This American Land – November Edition
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November Edition of this American Land. BCHA members will find segment 14:00 – 21:35 really interesting

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