Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month, 7:00 PM at the Springhill Church, 4769 West Babcock, Bozeman, MT unless otherwise noted.
April 2017 Events:
The Gallatin Valley BCH April newsletter is available for download from our web site.
The February 2017 Decker Dispatch from the BCH of Montana is also available for download.
The Winter 2017 newsletter from the National BCHA is also available for download
Forest Planning Public Meeting: April 3, 5:30pm – 7:45pm Hilton Garden Inn, Larkspur Ballroom (2023 Commerce Way)
Forest Collaborative Sessions: April 4, 1:00-6:00 Hilton Garden Inn, Larkspur Ballroom
MSU Spring Rodeo: April 6-9, 7PM Thursday - 2PM Sunday, Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Horse Packing in Mongolia: April 7, 7:00-9:00 pm Room 233, Strand Union Building, MSU
Equine Boosters of MSU Ranch Horse Competition and Top of the West Horse Sale: April 7-8, Copper Spring Ranch
4-H Clinic 5: April 8, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Rafter K Arena
Spring Equine Workshop: April 19, 6:00PM Holiday Inn Belgrade
Board Meeting: April 20, 6:00 pm Springhill Church
General Meeting: April 20, 7:00 pm Springhill Church
Chainsaw B&C Certification: April 18-19 Great Falls MT Contact Mark
BCHA National Board Meeting: April 20-22 Holiday Inn, Great Falls
Hashknife Horses Packing Clinic: April 22-23 11055 Gee Norman Road, Belgrade, call Sas for more information: 600-9310
PO Box 948, WestPlains, MO 65775 along with your check made out to GVBCH to:
Gallatin Valley Back Country Horsemen
Post Office Box 3232
Bozeman, MT 59772-3232
The Gallatin Valley Back Country Horsemen Club
(GVBCH) is a non-profit organization whose purpose
is to perpetuate enjoyable, common sense use of
horses in the back country, assist government
agencies in maintenance and management of the
resource, ensure that the Public Lands Resource
remains open to recreational stock use, and
educate, encourage and solicit active public
participation in wise and sustaining use of horses
and use by people commensurate with our heritage
and the back country resources.
We are now a 501(c)3 organization and your donations are tax deductable. Help us keep the trails maintained and the public educated on horse safety and packing.