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Big South Fork BCH holds Annual Fundraiser to Help the Park Service Maintain Trails
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Some of the Big South Fork BCH members standing on the new Zenith Crossing. On September 12th the Back Country Horsemen of the Big South Fork held their annual fundraiser at Zenith Stables, where the group raised over $1,500.00, to continue their work of helping the Park Service maintain the trails in the Big South Fork. It all started with … Read More

Back Country Horsemen: America’s Best Kept Secret in Wilderness Stewardship
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The following news article appeared in InsideNPS on September 14th, 2015, an online newsletter for employees of the National Park Service. Have you considered whether a local chapter of Back Country Horsemen of America might help with your unit’s maintenance and restoration needs? The NPS maintains a five-year general agreement with Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA), signed by Director Jarvis in … Read More

BCH of Utah Chapter Receives Power of Service Award
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Back Country Horsemen of America leads our quest to protect our right to ride horses on public lands with a lifestyle of volunteerism. Across the country, on any given day, Back Country Horsemen are donating their time, effort, skill, and resources to trail maintenance, responsible recreation education, community outreach, being our voice in public lands planning meetings, and so much … Read More

BCHA Interviews on Equestrian Legacy Radio
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The Radio Programs are interviews by Equestrian Legacy Radio that discuss current BCHA events. They have been edited to include only the interview with the shows host Gary Holt and BCHA Members. See below for a description of each program and for the web link to the full versions of the radio program segment on blogtalkradio.com. Jim McGarvey, Executive Director … Read More