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Equestrian Land Conservation Resource Launches New Web Site

Lexington, KY.—The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource, the only national organization focused on saving land for equestrian activities, announced the launch of its newly designed web site, http://www.elcr.org.

“The new ELCR web site is packed with information on land, trails and activities for equestrians and conservationists,” reports Georgiana Hubbard McCabe, ELCR’s President. The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource website is a “one-stop” site for information on every aspect involved in saving the open space that horses and their riders must have.

The site includes a section on ELCR’s Equestrian Partners program, which brings together a wide variety of sport, breed, regulatory and industry groups in a national network that enables horse people to speak with a more powerful, unified voice on land conservation and access issues.

The Calendar of Events and Information by State sections provide information on Land Trusts, Recreational Use Statutes and Equine Liability Issues, as well as upcoming land and trail events.

The newly designed web site includes a wealth of resources for those interested in preserving land for equestrians, working with conservation organizations, writing horse friendly easements, or understanding liability and equestrian use of land. Publications like Natural Surface Trails by Design and Local Planning and Zoning Practices Related to Equestrian Facilities are available for on-line purchase, and abundant free information is available through the “Frequently Asked Questions” section.

Help to answer the question – “Where will you ride tomorrow ?” – by joining in the battle to save land for equestrian use and by becoming a member of ELCR today. Get involved and help to make sure horses are a part of the landscape for decades to come.

 

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