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BCHW – A Hiker, A Mountain Biker and an Equestrian Go to Washington, D.C.

Washington State Recreational Groups Partner to Advance Trail Maintenance Compiled from a WTA blog post by Christina Hickman and used by permission   The title might sound like the beginning of a joke but it’s actually a real description of the most recent chapter of a powerful Washington State recreation partnership. In …

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TAKE ACTION – Two Important Public Lands Funding Bills

  To: All BCHA Members, There are two significant public lands-related funding opportunities currently before the U.S. Senate that would benefits trails and recreational access for everyone. Please read the background on these bills and please weigh in with calls directly to your senators.   Restore Our Parks Act (Senate …

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BCHW – The Birth of a New Trail

Coordinated Effort Creates Greenline Climbing Trail By Dick Booth   Scatter Creek Chapter recently celebrated the completion of a new trail in Capitol State Forest. The Forest is located approximately 15 miles Southwest of Olympia, WA. Capitol Forest is comprised of 110,000 acres and is administered by the Department of …

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East Meets West in Back Country Horseman Work Exchange

BCHW Hosts BCH of North Carolina at its July Statewide Work Party By Deirdre Perot, BCH of NC Public Lands Representative   What started as some creative bidding on a hard hat at the April 2018 Back Country Horsemen of America National Board meeting in Spokane turned into an offer …

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