Free Webinar: Action for Equestrian Trails in Pennsylvania and Beyond

Who doesn’t love a free webinar? Especially when it’s horse related! My Horse University along with the Equine Land Conservation Source are offering a free webinar on November 13. It will be held at 7pm ET. Presented by Gwen Wills of the Pennsylvania Equine Council, it’s titled Action for Equestrian Trails in Pennsylvania and Beyond.

Free Webinar: Action for Equestrian Trails in Pennsylvania and Beyond | Equus Education
Free Webinar: Action for Equestrian Trails in Pennsylvania and Beyond | Equus Education

With a focus on trails access for equestrians, Gwen Wills will be speaking on the issues, solutions and collaborations that need to be understood between local and state agencies, equine advocacy organisations and also consultants. On top of this, she will explore behaviours relating to equestrian trails and how to avoid potential conflicts with other user groups and how to work with them, rather than against them.

She will also cover good environmental practices that aid in protecting utilised land for trail rides from environmental damage.

Interested in hearing this free webinar? You can head along to the associated My Horse University page and register for it. If you’re really keen to listen to this but cannot make the live session, then you’ll be pleased to know that it will be recorded and archived for others to access online at a later date. You can check out all of the My Horse University webinars under their archive link.

Free Webinar: Action for Equestrian Trails in Pennsylvania and
Beyond

The webinar is to be hosted utilising Zoom, which is a great online resource. You can sign up to use this webinar tool in advance to ascertain that it works on your computer. Apparently the speaker Gwen has developed and also conducts workshops relating to Trail Stewardship. These run over 1 and 3 days.

They look at maintaining sustainable trails and preparing horse riders to help preserve trails for the benefit of hikers, bikers as well as those who are equestrians. If you have the opportunity, be sure to check out this free webinar.

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