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American Trails selects www.weedfreefeed.com as "Best Internet Education & Trails Training Site"

American Trails was created in 1988 and has been the collective voice for a diverse coalition of trails enthusiasts, land managers, conservationists, friends of outdoor recreation and livable cities through its relationships with the Federal Highway Administration, state trail programs and federal land management agencies. It is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of ALL trail interests.

Each year American Trails seeks out the best websites in the cyberworld of trails and greenways looking for sites that make trails come alive, provide effective information delivery, support volunteers and engage the public. In short, American Trails showcases ways advocates and agencies are making a difference for trails.

The 2008 Winning Website for "Best Education & Trails Training Site" was presented to http://www.weedfreefeed.com partly because of "educational information on how to prevent weeds and where weed-free feeds can be found specifically for equestrian users".

"It's a real thrill to receive this award and recognition," Bonnie Davis, owner of http://www.weedfreefeed.com and its sister site, Two Horse Enterprises, http://www.twohorseenterprises.com, stated. "When one considers there are hundreds of websites, being selected Best is not only an honor but a challenge to keep weed free feed fresh and alive with information and educational material for equestrians across the nation.

"I'd like to thank all the sponsors and supporters who have helped support weed free feed. Elk Grove Milling which has a California Certified Weed Free Pellet and EnviroHorse have been our two greatest sponsors and supporters. They understand the need for weed free feeds and the facts that if horseowners do not have access to the feeds and scientific data for keeping horses on trails, we'll be locked out of our recreational lands!" Davis concluded.

For information on finding weed free feeds or becoming a sponsor or support as a user or producer of certified weed free feeds, go to http://www.weedfreefeed.com or contact Bonnie Davis, horsecamping@comcast.net, (510) 299-5215.


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