BCHA Receives Presidential Volunteer Service Award


As the leading organization in our battle to preserve our right to ride horses on public lands, Back Country Horsemen of America knows the fight is futile unless there are trails to ride. That’s why they spend thousands of hours each year cleaning, maintaining, and building trails on public lands across the country. Recently, the Pecos Chapter of the New … Read More

2011 Winner of the Double Diamond Award


Congratulations to the winner of the 2011 Double Diamond Award John Burns of BCH Idaho Salmon River Chapter Camp Discovery at Heritage Days in conjunction with the Sacajawea Center in Salmon, ID John Burns worked with the Sacajawea Center to create the first ever Heritage Days. The purpose of the two-day event was to inform and demonstrate living in the … Read More

2008 Winner of the Double Diamond Award


Congratulations to the winner of the 2008 Double Diamond Award BCH Central Arizona! Back Country Horsemen of America honors special projects or programs in a program we call the Double Diamond Award. The Double Diamond Award was established in 2003 by the National Board of Directors and honors special projects and programs that best exemplify collaborative spirit, community awareness and … Read More

2007 Winner of the Double Diamond Award


We are proud to announce the winner of the 2007 Double Diamond Award Shasta-Trinity Unit of Back Country Horsemen of California Wow, was it a tough decision picking a winner this year. There were fourteen total entries from nine states; Oregon, California, Washington, Missouri, Utah, Florida, Montana, Nevada, and Wyoming. All of you are deserving of an award. We commend … Read More

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