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Equine Access to Public Lands

April 14, 2013 by ELCR

lands play an important role in equine activities such as trail riding, competition venues, stabling, grazing and more.  In this area you will find information about and... Read More »


Frequently Asked Questions

February 9, 2017 by ELCR

CR Resource Library is a robust resource of articles, tools, templates, videos and “how-to” tutorials to help horsemen and women experiencing local land related issues. To help... Read More »


Agricultural Horse-Friendly Zoning

June 6, 2013 by ELCR

2012 ELCR Regional One Day Forum on Land Use Planning in Atlanta, Georgia, Tom Daniels, Ph.D explained Horse-Friendly zoning, and how different types of agricultural zones... Read More »


Staff

April 14, 2013 by ELCR

Groshek, Executive Director hgroshek@elcr.org  Holley was recently the Director of Administration and Equine Relations for the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games Foundation where she developed, marketed, and... Read More »


Gaining Ground Campaign

June 23, 2017 by ELCR

our help, we can turn the tide on land loss. Through this plan we can ensure that horsemen and women everywhere are aware of the threat of... Read More »


Foxhunters depend on landowners who are willing to allow equestrian access to their properties. Photo credit: KLM Photography

Equine Access to Private Lands

April 14, 2013 by ELCR

ely owned land is the most at-risk component of our equestrian landscape.  Boarding barns, competition venues, trails, hunt fixtures and hayfields are being lost every day as a... Read More »


Sustaining Equestrian Trails

June 30, 2017 by ELCR

ise Y. O’Meara for Equine Land Conservation Resource Here’s a wellness aspect you may not have considered – the condition of your horse trails. A poorly designed... Read More »