Spring Newsletter 2022

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Click here to Open the Spring Newsletter 2022 Inside… View from the Chairman’s Saddle 2 Public Lands Update 3-4 BCHA Legacy Fund 5 Shasta Trinity Unit Plants Fish 6 Will Horses Eat Mush? 7-9 Little Projects Count 11 Remember Mile Reedy 12-13    

Winter Newsletter 2022

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Click here to Open the Winter Newsletter 2022 Inside… Public Lands Update 2 View from the Chairman’s Saddle 3 BCHA Legacy Fund 4 A New Trail Tool 5 MLU Shares Grant Writing Tips 6 Volunteer Hours Totals for 2020 7 SAVE THE DATE for the 50th Anniversary in 2023 8    

Fall Newsletter 2021

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Click here to Open the Fall Newsletter 2021 Inside… Public Lands Update 2 View from the Chairman’s Saddle 3 To Picket or Not to Picket 4 Double Diamond Award 5 Leave No Trace Ethics for Stock Users 5 Fundraising Committee Report 6 BCHA Partnerships 7 Next-Gen Packers 8    

Summer Newsletter 2021

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Click here to Open the Summer Newsletter 2021 Inside… Public Lands Update 2 View from the Chairman 3 2021 National Board Meeting Recap 4 Collaboration Works 5 MLU Partnerships Pack a Punch 6 A Summer Odyssey for Long Ears 7 What is a Bequest? 8 BCHA Grants in Action 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

Summer Newsletter 2020

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Click here to Open the Summer Newsletter 2020 Inside… Guardians of the Trails 2 What Are We Doing to Increase Membership? 2 View from the Chairman 3 Legacy Fund 3 Wilderness Advisor Dennis Dailey. 6 Public Lands Update 7 On the Lighter Side 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

Winter Newsletter 2020

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Click here to Open the Winter Newsletter 2020 Inside… Economic benefit of the Trail 2 Leaving Your Personal Legacy 2 View from the Chairman’s Saddle 3 BCH California MLU Seeks Youth Packers 3 Rocky Mountain BCH Reopens Trails 4 Mammoth Cave BCH Kentucky Summer Projects Report 5 Kendrick Mountain Arizona BCH Supports Lookout 6 Buffalo River BCH Arkansas Silver Celebration … Read More