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Newsletter, Winter of 2016 Issue
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Click here to Open the Winter 2016 Newsletter Inside This Issue Message from the Executive Director 2 From the Chairman’s Saddle 3 From the Secretary’s Desk 2 Public Lands Report 5 BCH Education Foundation Grant 6 The Catch Pen 8-9 Is This Back Country Horsemen’s Defining Moment? 10 Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen 12

High Sierra Chapter of BCHNV participates in Food Drive and Receives State Recognition
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The High Sierra Chapter of BCHNV (Reno) has participated in the local “Share Your Christmas” food drive for the past five years. This year we collected over 550 pounds of food and $100, and as always, we delivered it to the drive up collection point on horseback, with a pack string. Nine members and 7 1/2 animals participated. The food … Read More

BCHA EDU Foundation Grant helps with Shoshone BCH Jack Creek Trailhead Project
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2015 was a very productive year for the Shoshone Backcounty Horsemen of Northwest Wyoming. The SBCH has a core group of about a dozen people who enable us to accomplish many great projects. This year alone we planned and built 4 new amazing corral on the Wood River, repaired 6 feed bunks at Jack Creek, built a trailhead at Big … Read More