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Horses can be denied trail access due to misunderstandings or lack of knowledge. To help keep trails open, follow...
by Denise Y. O'Mear
Setting out on the trail with your horse is a magical moment. The promise of quiet solitude, the beauty of nature, relaxing with friends, the companionship of a beloved horse, and enjoying a bit of...
by Jennifer M. Keeler for Equine Land Conservation Resource
While enjoying the beauty of streams and rivers, take precautions to stay safe and protect your access to treasured trails in the future. Here are five expert guidelines.
by Deb Balliet, CEO Equine Land Conservation Resource
You’ll find special places to ride in New York’s southwestern corner, where the state meets Pennsylvania, Ohio, the northern reaches of the Appalachian Mountains, and the waters of Lake...
Are the trails where you ride in danger of being developed? Consider forming a trail-preservation club with your riding buddies. Having an official name, website, and an army of help can facilitate
by Dan Aadland
I can close my eyes and see it, and I can smell it, too, the pine smoke from a campfire, pungent perfume to the nostrils of a Rocky Mountain horseman. I can feel the quickening of my horse's fluid
by Annie Kennedy
Along with cows, pigs, and chickens, the horse is generally regarded as a classic rural animal. A quick trip to the country will confirm this fact. Horses are everywhere out here. But like hillbillies
by Jule Drown
I love to read about the good old days in author Will James' books (Mountain Press, www.mountain-press.com). They're filled with wonderful stories about the lives of cowboys working in the wide
by Bonnie Davis
Keeping equestrian trails open isn't a lost cause. Ready to get
involved? Follow this strategy from a trail-conservation