Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) is pleased to announce our participation in Equifest of Kansas in Topeka on February 22-24, 2019.
Equifest of Kansas, organized by the Kansas Horse Council, is a well-attended event that is in its twenty-second year. The event features nationally renowned clinicians, entertainers, workshops, demonstrations, youth activities, education sessions and an impressive list of Exhibit Hall vendors.
You will find ELCR’s exhibit (Booth #36) in the BRPH (Sunflower) room in the Exhibit Hall. To view the event agenda and offerings, visit the Equifest website https://equifestofks.com/index.htm.
ELCR will be presenting “An Evolving Focus on Equine Land Loss”, covering the issues and opportunities that equine communities and organizations face around the nation as they work to protect their equine land, facilities and trails. This thirty-minute presentation will be held at the following four times during Equifest:
- Friday 2/22 @ 11:00am - in Theatre Workshop Room
- Friday 2/22 @ 1:30pm - in the Shawnee B/C Workshop Room
- Saturday 2/23 @ 11:00am in Pioneer Workshop Room
- Sunday 2/24 @ 11:15am - am in the Shawnee B/C Room
The Kansas Horse Council and its KHC Foundation, form a vibrant and active organization that works with affiliate organizations such as ELCR to provide “leadership and direction through education, promotion and public policy advocacy.” Back Country Horsemen of America-Kansas is “the official trails division of the KHC, representing equestrian interests in utilizing public trails across the state.” Find out more at https://www.kansashorsecouncil.com/.
About the Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR): ELCR builds awareness of the loss of lands available for horse-related activities and facilitates the protection and conservation of those lands working to ensure America’s equine heritage lives on and the emotional, physical and economic benefits of the horse-human relationship remains accessible. ELCR serves as an information resource and clearinghouse on conserving horse properties, land use planning, land stewardship/best management practices, trails, liability and equine economic impact. For more information about the ELCR visit www.elcr.org or call (859) 455-8383.
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