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A province wide society of over 900 members in 23 regional chapters. Whether you are new to trail riding or are a seasoned pro, Back Country Horsemen of BC (BCHBC) offers a friendly atmosphere for those interested in trail riding and packing.

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Back Country Horsemen of British Columbia

 

Back Country Horsemen Association of British Columbia

Upcoming Events

General Meeting
Wed Jan 03 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Feb 07 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Mar 07 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
Mounted Archery Clinic
Sat Mar 24 @ 9:00AM - 05:00PM
North Cariboo Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Apr 04 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed May 02 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Jun 06 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Jul 04 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
Shuswap Chapter General Meeting
Wed Jul 18 @ 6:30PM - 08:45PM
Shuswap Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Aug 01 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Sep 05 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Oct 03 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Nov 07 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
YARROW CHAPTER GENERAL MEETING
Thu Nov 15 @ 7:30PM - 09:30PM
Yarrow Chapter
General Meeting
Wed Dec 05 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM
Aldergrove Chapter
July 29, 2013, Campbell River, BC – Saturday, July 20 was a day to celebrate for members of the Back Country Horsemen Society of British Columbia (BCHBC) and all equine enthusiasts who enjoy trail riding on Vancouver Island. On this day, more than 25 BCHBC members from across Vancouver Island, along with an additional 40-plus dignitaries and guests, gathered to celebrate the official grand opening of the Memekay River site of the Salmon Brewster Equine Campsites and Trail Corridor Project near Sayward, BC. BCHBC worked with Recreation Sites and Trails BC in Campbell River to have the first Vancouver Island Crown Land equine-friendly public recreation campsites and trail designated. “This wonderful facility is an example of what can happen when people have a vision, when they work in a spirit of community collaboration, and they put in hundreds of hours of volunteer effort in order to see that vision become…
Monday, 29 July 2013 20:15

Horse Manure (friend, not foe!)

Manure Management - Composting Workshop   Hosted by the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition When: Saturday September 14th, 2013, 8:30 am - 1 pm. Where: Multipurpose room at Yarrow Community School - 4595 Wilson Road Chilliwack BC Cost: Free! (Thanks to the financial contribution from Vancouver Foundation and RBC BlueWater) The workshop will teach hobby farmers and equestrians about manure management including composting basics (with or without machinery), information on building a composting system (to fit each person’s need), pasture management and rotational grazing. Participants will gain hands on experience to create their own composting system, learn how to save money (by reducing or eliminating fees for hauling manure away), improve their pastures and ensure our local waterways remain healthy. We will also talk about the manure link website, that helps connect horse owners with gardeners who would love to have some fabulous fertilizer for their gardens! There will be a…
EC MANNING PROVINICAL PARK Like everything we plan, it is always a good idea to keep your options open! So it was with our 4th annual opening of the Headwaters Corral Equestrian Campsite in EC Manning Park. The Campsite opens for the season the first weekend of July each year. Headwaters Corral was built in partnership with BC Parks, Manning Park Resort and the Yarrow Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of BC (BCHBC). The opening weekend usually involves many volunteers pitching in to clean up the 7 parking pads, roofing the manure bin, installing signs, pulling weeds and chopping firewood. Volunteer crews also go out with Park Rangers to fix bridges and clear trails that are designated for horse use. It takes a lot of volunteer help and donations to keep this project thriving. This year our major contributors were Emil Anderson Maintenance (EAM) and Horse Council BC (HCBC). EAM…
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 19:28

'Leave No Trace' Training Class in Hope BC

Scott Denkers, Hope Mountain Centre, Hope, BC, is hosting a 'Leave No Trace Trainer Class' (LNT) in September. People affiliated with the Back Country Horsemen of BC (or other outdoor types) are welcome to attend. This is a 'train-the-trainer class' that results in trainer certification from LNT Canada and is taught by  LNT Master Educator Connie Denkers.  Connie was heavily involved as the Washington State representative for Leave No Trace organization before moving to Canada and would like to help spread the word about the Seven principlesof LNT in this corner of the world. The cost of the class is $215 per person that includes 16 hours of training, an overnight backpack, some nice "bling" and trainer certification. One evening, September 6 and the two-day overnight camping trip Sept. 14 & 15. For more information visit: www.hopemountain.org.
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