Summer News Letter 2019

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Click here to Open the Summer News letter 2019 Inside this Issue View form the Chairman’s Saddle 3 Vice Chairman’s Comments 3 Finding Artifacts in the Back Country 4 Woods and Watersheds 5 National Board Meeting Reports 6 MLU Packing Clinic Expands Topics 7 Have You Heard? Keeping Trails Open for Future Generations 8

Mother Load Unit Earns 2018 Double Diamond Award

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2018 Double Diamond Award Pony Express trail Project Pony Express Trail Project Earns MLU the 2018 Double Diamond Award by Lucy Badenhoop 2018 marked the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act, so BCHC-MLU partnered with the US Forest Service (Eldorado National Forest) and the California Division of the National Pony Express Association to restore 47 miles of alpine … Read More

Spring Newsletter 2019

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Click here to Open the Spring News letter 2019 Inside this Issue Public Lands Report 2 From the Chairman’s Saddle 3 When The Wind Blows 4 Advocate-Educate-Populate 5 BCH of Missouri Trail’s End Receives Award 6 Changes to BCHA Public Lands Committee 6 Legacy Fund Off to a Roaring Start 7 Tips to Makes Expos a Better Place to Gain … Read More

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

Back Country Horsemen of America Values Every Member

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Back Country Horsemen of America Values Every Memberby Sarah Wynne Jackson It has never been a better time to be a member of Back Country Horsemen of America, the organization that keeps trails open for horse use. The challenges to preserving equestrian access to trails are greater than ever, but BCHA is meeting them with more benefits for members, more … 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

Sierra Free Packers Improve Trail Safety

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Report on BCHA Educational Grant to Sierra Freepackers During the summer months of 2018 members of the Sierra Freepackers used $1000 funds provided by a BCHA Education Grant for our ongoing project on the Spring Cove and Goat Mountain Trails. We maintain these two trails through our volunteer service agreement with the Sierra National Forest/Bass Lake Ranger District. The two … Read More

BCH of North Carolina Holds LNT Course

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I have included photos but want the Educational Foundation of BCHA to know how much the NC BCH grant was appreciated.  The photos will show you the use of materials and supplies as well as the 10 by 20 canopy for the LNT course.  This course had 7 attendees, five of which just graduated from high school and one that … Read More

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