Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation Volunteer Trail Work

Other Back Country Horsemen Sites
Natural Resources Accessibility, Conservation & Preservation
National Forests
Weed Seed Free Forage

Grant Opportunities

BCHA Grant Committee

Application instructions

Buy America Guidance to Applicants

County Waterways
signature page

Final Rule – Construction Rainfall Erosivity Waiver

Fluid Review Training 2017

Grant Program Guidance 2019

IDAPA Chapter 31

IDPR Grant Application Check List FY2019

Low Erosivity Waiver Guidance

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System

Required RTP Information FYI 2018 Applications

Small Construction Waivers and instructions

Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan Guidance
FY 2018

The Idaho Horse Board

Idaho State Parks & Recreation

Other Back Country Horsemen Sites:

Back Country Horsemen of America - Facebook
Back Country Horsemen Society of British Columbia

Natural Resources Accessibility, Conservation & Preservation

American Horse Council
Its mission is to promote and protect the equine industry by representing its interests in Congress and in federal regulatory agencies on national issues of importance.

BlueRibbon Coalition
A national non-profit organization dedicated to preserving responsible recreational access to public lands.

Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR)
Dedicated to promoting access to and conservation of land for equestrian use.

Great Western Trail
A unique corridor of braided and paralleling trails for both motorized and non-motorized users. The trail system traverses 4,455 miles through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana.

Idaho Conservation League

Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation
View equine opportunities at State Parks under Recreation/Equestrians

Idaho Horse Board
Working together for the benefit of Idaho horsemen (Grants are available)

Idaho Horse Council
Representing the Idaho horse industry

Idaho Sportsmen's Caucus Advisory Council

Weed Seed Free Hay Providers

Weed seed free forage is required in all national forests and state lands.

Idaho State Suppliers:
Idaho Weed Awareness

Its mission is to create public awareness and education to help the people of Idaho understand the economic and environmental impacts of invasive weeds and support the implementation of all aspects of integrated weed management.

Washington State Suppliers:
Washington Wilderness Hay & Mulch Management Program

Oregon State Suppliers:
ODA Plant Division, Noxious Weed Control

ISDA Noxious Weed Free Forage and Straw Certification Program
Designed to limit the introduction and spread of noxious weeds through forage and straw onto Idaho US Forest Service and other Idaho lands. Also allows for the transportation and sale of certified Idaho forage and straw products.
NWFF Brochure

Idaho's Noxious Weeds

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National Forests

Boise National Forest

About 2,612,000 acres of mountainous landscape located north and east of the city of Boise, Idaho. Elevations range from 2,600 to 9,800 feet.

Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Over 3 million acres stretching across southeastern Idaho, from the Montana, Utah, and Wyoming borders. Home to the Curlew National Grasslands.

Idaho Panhandle National Forests Visitor Center
About 2.5 million acres of public lands in the northern Idaho "panhandle" and extending into eastern Washington and western Montana.

Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests
Span approximately four million acres in north central Idaho. Rugged peaks, deep canyons, dense forests and remote wilderness make up diverse landscapes and contribute to the many recreational opportunities and natural resources available.

Payette National Forest
Over 2.3 million acres of some of west-central Idaho's most beautiful and diverse country -- hot desert grasslands through cool conifer forests to snow-capped peaks.

Salmon-Challis National Forest
Over 4.3 million acres in east-central Idaho. Includes 1.3 million acres of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area, the largest wilderness area in the Continental United States.

Sawtooth National Forest
2.1 million acres of some of the most magnificent and wild country in the US. Situated in south-central Idaho, the Sawtooths extend into Utah.

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The Preserving our Equine Heritage on Public Lands Act, S.2283

National Wild Horse and Burro Program
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Who Is My Legislator

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Other Links :

The Horseman's Advisor
Helping Horse Owners with their Equine Health and Training Questions
Topics, Articles & Discussions

Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association
Idaho's rivers, lakes, national forests, wilderness areas; how to plan an adventure trip.
Listings for over 250 outfitters and related services. Learn about; Idaho's rivers, lakes, national forests, wilderness areas; how to plan an adventure trip.

Western Mule Magazine

Trail Blazer Magazine



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