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What are our resources?
This is a new section that was suggested by Carey and she volunteers in an after-school activity for children ."The children saw your website https://www.rfvhorsecouncil.org/links--partners.html while looking for information about horses and horse farms,because, as we have done for a couple of years now, we are going to be visiting a real live horse farm in just a few weeks! One of my girls, Ashley, did some web searches at home and found this page that she brought in for me to see about tack - here is the LINK below, and we hope it's helpful to your readers. Thank you !!
What is the Roaring Fork Valley? Who are the non-profits?
How to reach out to the Governmental agencies and leaders in the RF Valley.
Links to find out MORE about the Equestrian Organizations and Associations.
BELOW: These links to community Master Plans can be found live on Page 19 of the Mid Valley Final Trails Plan.
Collaboration with the Roaring Fork Cycling and meeting bikes and horses on trails - they are empowering their bikes kids and helping our horse kids and trail riders!
Compliments of Alpine Equine Hospital, here is a partial list of Veterinary Resources We are aware of the vast amount of information available on the internet. Our team has taken the time and evaluated the following sites.
NEW -NATIONAL PARKS
So we wanted to share this in-depth resource called "An Essential Guide To Enjoying National Parks Responsibly” which shares useful information on: How to enjoy the great outdoors more ‘responsibly’ by practising the principles of ‘leave no trace’, camping and wildlife safety, and fire prevention awareness.
Roaring Fork Valley Horse Council
P.O. Box 127, Snowmass, Colorado 81654
* 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization *
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