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Equestrian Land Conservation Resource Moves National Headquarters to Kentucky Horse Park
LEXINGTON, KY (March 15, 2007) Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR), the only national organization that advances the conservation of land for horse related activities, has opened its new headquarters in the Kentucky Horse Park. The impending loss of open land for horse activities has reached crisis proportions. The urgency of ELCR’s mission can not be overstated. There is no other organization that has helped more people work more eff ... Read the full article

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource Announces New Benefit for Equestrian Partners
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) has launched an on-line bulletin board forum as an additional means of communication among ELCR’s Equestrian Partner member groups located across the United States. Any topic related to land conservation, stewardship and access for horses is open for discussion, and partners have the ability to access the entire Equestrian Partners membership for advice on relevant issues that are facing them. To ... Read the full article

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, 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 ... Read the full article

Cynthia Higgs Joins Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
Cynthia Higgs has joined the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource as the Equestrian Partners Coordinator. Higgs, a native Kentuckian, has a lifelong passion for the land, an eternal love of horses, and interest in distance riding. Her current horse, Jewel, is an Arabian mare. Deb Balliet, ELCR’s CEO praised Higgs’saying, “Cynthia is the perfect addition to the ELCR team. She brings a breadth of experience, a passion for the mission and a thought ... Read the full article

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource and Others Promote Good Land Stewardship for Horse Farms
LEXINGTON, KY -- Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) and Hudson Mohawk Resource Conservation & Development Council (HMRC&D) of New York are offering "Keeping It Green: Pasture and Environmental Farm Management for the Horse Owner” at ELCR’s web site, www.elcr.org The collaboration between ELCR and the HMRC&D is intended to raise awareness and improve knowledge amongst horse owners across the nation about how to improve pastures and mi ... Read the full article

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource forms Alliance with Tread Lightly!
In an effort to help horseback riders and all outdoor enthusiasts protect their trail access on public lands, the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource has formed a strategic alliance with Tread Lightly!The alliance was formed because a ccess to healthy public lands and waters for recreation is of importance to both organizations. ELCR has identified the loss of open land as a great threat to the future of all horse sport, recreation, and the equ ... Read the full article

Famous Riders Recognize Threat to Horsemen and Join Forces with ELCR
Renowned three-day event competitor and Olympian Karen O’Connor, along with show reiner and Grammy award winning singer/songwriter Lyle Lovett are showing their support for the Equine Land Conservation Resource. Ten-time US Female Equestrian Athlete of the Year, Karen O’Connor, is best known for her performances in the Atlanta and Sydney Olympics. Her exemplary career and numerous achievements have made her a familiar face in compet ... Read the full article

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource Website Wins National Award
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) has won an award from American Trails. The ELCR web site www.elcr.org has been named a “Winning Website” in the Trail Organization or Club division. ELCR was selected from amongst 70 nominated trail websites. Recipients were nominated by American Trails’ constituents. “This award affirms the intent we had when we launched the now award-winning ELCR website in 2007.” according to Georgiana Hubba ... Read the full article

Grants Available to Promote Land Conservation for Horses Through Resource and Breyer®
LEXINGTON, KY -- Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) and Breyer Animal Creations® are offering funding for local conservation groups to protect land for equestrian use. Applications are available on January 1 and must be received by midnight September 1, 2008. Grant applications and application information are available on-line at www.elcr.org or www.breyerhorses.com.Many equestrians face the loss of land available for equestrian use ... Read the full article

Robert N. Clay Named as the Recipient of Equine Land Conservation Resource’s 2010 Anson W. Taylor, Jr. Award
Robe rt N. Clay, owner of Three Chimneys Farm in the heart of Kentucky’s thoroughbred industry, takes land conservation seriously. Not only is Mr. Clay a founder of Bluegrass Tomorrow and the Bluegrass Conservancy, two groups dedicated to conserving land in central Kentucky, but he is also personally involved. By placing portions of his Three Chimneys Farm under easement, that dedication is obvious to anyone who knows him. Clay’s Thr ... Read the full article

ELCR Brings Equine Activity and Recreational Use Statutes Together for Horsemen and Landowners
Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) is pleased to announce an important new web resource for horsemen and landowners. The Equine Activity Statutes and Recreational Use Statutes Directory is now available at www.elcr.org/ss2.htm. A crucial factor in equine access to land is often landowner liability protection. Liability is determined on a state-by-state basis, and in most states is governed by two sets of laws: Equine Activity Statutes and ... Read the full article

Kentucky Performance Products Partners with Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
Equestrian Land Conservation Resource is pleased to announce that Kentucky Performance Products (KPP) is supporting our mission of saving land for horses by becoming a Premier Equestrian Partner, joining an exclusive list of national equestrian organizations who are our partners.KPP, an equine supplement company based in Versailles, Kentucky, focuses on improving horse health and performance by offering veterinarians and horsemen research-proven, ... Read the full article

Deb Balliet named CEO of Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource, (ELCR) now located in the National Horse Center at the Kentucky Horse Park, is pleased to announce that Deb Balliet has been named Chief Executive Officer. Deb brings a passion for both horses and open space to her new position at ELCR. A recreational rider, Deb trail rides and is a member of the Eastern Mountain Ranch Horse Association. Professionally, Deb has 23 years of experience in not-for-profi ... Read the full article

EPIC and Virginia Thoroughbred Association Partner with Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) is pleased to welcome two new members into its Equestrian Partner program, Equestrian Partners in Conservation (EPIC) of Maryland, and the Virginia Thoroughbred Association (VTA). EPIC is a Montgomery County, Maryland, based effort to engage local horse owners and businesses, along with other like-minded individuals, in a strategic effort to conserve land for equestrian purposes and to increase equ ... Read the full article

Leaving No Trace on Horseback
Deb Balliet, Equine Land Conservation Resource Chief Executive Officer, recently completed the Leave No Trace Master Educator Stock Course. This 5 day, “opportunity of a lifetime,” course led Balliet to the Montana wilderness. There, she and 11 other horsemen and three educators learned the Leave No Trace principles as they applied to stock and packing purposes, as well as techniques for training others. “Leave No Trace is more ... Read the full article

ELCR’s Response to Agriculture Secretary Vilsack’s Announcement on the VPA-HIP
The Equine Land Conservation Resource, with 140 Conservation Partner member organizations representing over 1.2 million horsemen, applaud Agriculture Secretary Vilsack and the USDA’s new program, the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program (VPA-HIP) to access private land for recreation. Horsemen across the nation enjoy viewing and photographing wildlife and where legal; hunting from horseback. The growing community of equestr ... Read the full article

Equine Network Becomes Premier-Level Member in Equestrian Land Conservation
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) is very pleased to announce that Source Interlink Media’s Equine Network is now a Premier-level Equestrian Partner. The Equine Network and the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource have a long history of collaboration. According to Deb Balliet, ELCR’s CEO, “The Equine Network is a leader in the horse industry. The leadership at the Equine Network understand the issues facing horse owners and enthu ... Read the full article

Saddlers Row Joins Equestrian Land Conservation Resource as a Premier Equestrian Partner
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource is pleased to announce that Saddlers Row is supporting our mission of saving land for horses by becoming a Premier Equestrian Partner, joining an exclusive list of national equestrian organizations who have partnered with us.Saddlers Row, based in the Chicago suburb of Palatine, is one of the largest English tack shops in the Midwest. The expert staff recognizes how much horse lovers invest in their pass ... Read the full article

United States Dressage Federation Partners with Equestrian Land Conservation Resource
The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) announced today that it has become an Equestrian Partner with the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR)"The United States Dressage Federation is pleased to join the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource as an Equestrian Partner. Our Executive Board feels that the spread of development into farm, pasture and other open space is a growing problem for horse enthusiasts” said Stephan Hienzsch, Exec ... Read the full article

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource Welcomes the Arabian Horse Association to Equestrian Partner Program
The Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) is pleased to announce that the Arabian Horse Association has joined a growing list of breed organizations who have become members of our Equestrian Partners Program. Their participation demonstrates their understanding that the rapid loss of open land for horses and horse activities is a threat to all horse owners despite differences in breed or discipline preferences. When hearing the news of A ... Read the full article

 

 

 

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