BCHCO Volunteer Hours

Volunteerism is one of the most important activities Back Country Horsemen can use in our effort to perpetuate enjoyable common sense use of horses in the backcountry. A central point of our mission statement is to assist government agencies in maintenance and management of public lands.

By using our time and resources, we help insure that public land remains open to recreational stock use by earning a seat at the table where we can influence the decisions concerning access to public lands by pack and saddle stock users.

The value of being able to speak with public lands managers from the position of having provided volunteer service cannot be overstated whether it is on the local ranger district or in Washington D.C.


Click to download the
Power Point Presentation
on Volunteer Hours reporting

Click to download the
Volunteer Hours Reporting Guide

on tracking and reprting the volunteer effort your chapter contributes.

Colorado BCH
Tif Rodriguez, Chairman
P. O. Box 812
Cortez, CO 81321

4CBCH Volunteer Effort

4CBCH completed a volunteer project to develop a horse campground at the Lower Hermosa TH 15 miles north of Durango, Colorado. The project was the culmination of the cooperative effort with the Columbine District of the San Juan National Forest with funds from a grant by Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO). To view pictures click here.

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