The Trust For Public Land works “to protect parks, gardens, historic sites, rural lands, and other natural places”, including equine lands. Here is an overview with some great examples of the equine related land that the Trust has worked to conserve. What they do, how they do it, and why it works — an introduction for horsemen and women.

Kelley Hart, Associate Director of Conservation Vision and Ernest Cook, Senior Vice President and Conservation Director of the Trust for Public Land, present an overview of projects taken on by the Trust to protect and conserve equine and other lands that have historical, agricultural, recreational and other significance to their communities and the nation.