My Horse University and Equine Land Conservation Resources to Co-Host Trails Webinar
LEXINGTON, Ky. — My Horse University and Equine Land Conservation Resource will co-host a free webinar on March 19, at 7 p.m. entitled “How They Did It: Dealing with Opposition to Equestrian Trails,” presented by trails expert Mark Flint.
Why attend this webinar? There are a variety of circumstances that can lead to opposition to horse trails, and Flint is well-versed in tackling that opposition head-on. Horse enthusiasts, planners and designers will learn about sources of opposition that can emerge in any community; the importance of preparing your equine organization to advocate for horse trails; developing your communication plan long before any trail plans are made; and actions to ensure that opposition is minimalized or eliminated from the outset. Mark will lead you through a few simple steps to develop an effective support network that will help you find and manage volunteers, raise needed funds and handle many other demands.
Mark Flint is a professional trail designer from Tucson Arizona and chief regional steward for the Arizona Trail Association. Owner of Southwest Trail Solutions, the company has designed trails in Vermont and Nevada as well as in many parts of Arizona. Also working as a part-time trails program coordinator for Pima County, Flint was heavily involved in the design and construction of the Arizona National Scenic Trail in Southern Arizona. He has been an avid mountain biker, outdoorsman and equestrian, focusing most recently on his lifelong love of horses.
To register for the webinar, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kipxMljfQlG9GWd6Cs3GJQ.
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