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Back Country Horsemen NM Zuni Mountain Chapter
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We are a new chapter located between Grants and Gallup seeing interested members. Members from all around the Zuni Mountains are welcome. We host regular trail rides and work projects. We are working to develop multi use trails throughout the area. Volunteer with the Zuni Mountain Chapter Would you like to get involved and meet new people? Riders, non-riders, friends, family members, and all BCHNM ZMC members are welcome to participate in helping BCHNM ZMC help you and your horse. BCHNM ZMC is an all-volunteer organization. Listed below are many exciting opportunities for our member-volunteers to pitch in. Our membership application provides you the opportunity to indicate which activities are of interest to you. Stay tuned for more opportunities to volunteer! Once again we are announcing a bunch of excellent openings for talented, dedicated BCHNM ZMC volunteers. BCHNM ZMC has several positions and projects that need YOU! • Newsletter Editor • Trail Committee • Ambassador/Liaison with Other Horse Groups • Board Member • Public Lands Appreciation Day Organizer • Membership Drive Coordinator • Liaison with Public Land Managers all over the County on equestrian issues Is there a talented newsletter editor locked inside you just waiting to be asked? Are you a trail rider looking to give back something to the community for all the pleasure you and your horse have derived from New Mexico’s trail system? Less outdoorsy but really up on internet technology? How about a committee chair position? A doer but not necessarily a leader? — then how about serving on a committee? Don’t know what you might like to do but want to contribute somehow? For more information contact Anna Larson at 505-870-9475 or Jackie Weeks at 505-870-4671.

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Thinking of retiring to a place with mild winters and still having four distinct seasons, where the cost of living is low, property taxes are low, there's no state income tax and there are many, many horses and many, many wonderful trails? Big South Fork, Tennessee is the "Trail Riding Capital of the Southeast" so, if you're an avid trail rider you've come to the right place. Ridgetop Acres is a planned equestrian community, close to services and amenities in Jamestown but located in a quiet country setting. There are several hours of riding on Ridgetop's well-maintained trails, there's an active trail association, Ridge Toppers, that does voluntary trail maintenance on Wednesdays and has numerous social activities throughout the year. Ridgetop abuts Big South Fork National Park which provides direct immediate access to the hundreds of miles of riding there. for more info.

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