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If you buy horse supplies online, your purchase
can help BCHSG.

 

Visit www.countrysupply.com
and when you check out enter BCHSG in the Country Care box. BCHSG will receive a check for 5% of your purchase price!

 

 

 
 
 

BCHSG Annual Meeting

February 15, 2014 at 6PM

Join us for potluck followed by the annual meeting at the Camp Daniel Morgan group shelter at Hard Labor Creek.

We will have a silent auction, recognize our volunteers and hear updates from various locations.

Join BCHSG today and become part of the solution

Click here for a membership application.

 

Check the Calendar Page for information on upcoming workdays

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See our Spring 2013

Newsletter below

The Summer 2012 Newsletter is available
in full color by clicking below.

Take a look at this slideshow of past workdays and trails that BCHSG works on and with!

Do you enjoy riding and camping with your horses and mules?

Do you want your children and grandchildren to be able to enjoy the same?

Would you like to be a part of making that possible?

If you answered “YES”, then you need to be a part of the organization that will work as the trail riding advocate in Georgia;

Back Country Horsemen
of Middle and South Georgia

On March 1, 2004, Georgia Trail Riders lost access to 865,044 acres of land. No state wide, equine group based in Georgia raised a legal voice against this loss. Back Country Horsemen of East Tennessee in conjunction with Back Country Horsemen of America did raise a voice and filed an appeal. We need to be that voice in Georgia.

Membership is only $30 per year for individuals or $40 for a family and that gives you membership in the Back Country Horsemen of America as well!
That alone is a $30 value!


You will receive the quarterly newsletter of Back Country Horsemen of America as well as the quarterly newsletter of Back Country Horsemen of Middle and South Georgia along with critical updates as needed. You will receive timely information about legislation that will impact your ability to ride in Georgia and surrounding states as well as suggestions on how you can help. You will have the opportunity to take part in trails maintenance in the National Forest, State Parks and other Public Lands in your area and we will even try to have a little fun every now and then!


Come on, be a part of the solution!