‘Got Mud? Tackling Mud and Erosion on Equestrian Trails’

Recorded webinar was presented by ECLR with conservation partner American Trails

The Equine Land Conservation Resource in Lexington, Kentucky, recently posted on YouTube (via the ELCR website) a recording of an Aug. 31 webinar that should be of interest to anyone constructing or maintaining trails for equestrian use.

Titled “Got Mud? Tackling Mud and Erosion on Equestrian Trails,” it was presented by ELCR in cooperation with its conservation partner American Trails as part of their Advancing Trails webinar series.

Mud and erosion are common issues encountered on equestrian trails. The webinar presenters addressed some of the challenges they cause by focusing on effective construction techniques, recommended products and best management practices for equestrian trail planning, construction and maintenance.

Presenters included:

To view this webinar, click HERE.

About the ELCR

The Equine Land Conservation Resource works through its conservation members and partners to raise awareness of issues driving the loss of horse lands and to support local action to keep land open to horses. For more information, call (859) 455-8383 or email [email protected].




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