Membership in Wyoming BCHA is open to anyone who shares the common interest of recreational horse/mule use in the back country. The organization is family oriented. Participation in chapter activities by young people is a primary goal of each chapter. Regular monthly meetings are held to conduct chapter education and business.
Membership dues are set by the local chapter. Yearly dues range from $30.00 to $45.00. The State and National Back Country Horsemen of America are supported by a portion of these dues. Participation is strictly voluntary. There are no paid officers - even at the National level.
We realize that if we do not do something now to protect our right to use the Back Country, our children and grandchildren will never be able to enjoy what we treasure today. Support can be provided in many ways.
Working on trail maintenance crews.
Being an active member at meetings.
Serving as a chapter, state, or national officer.
Working on educational programs.
Building membership - local and national.
Writing letters supporting land uses.
Your help is needed. Please contact the chapter in your area, attend a meeting, and see what we're all about. See Chapter Links tab for details.
CLOUD PEAK -- Buffalo, Sheridan, Gillette
GREAT DIVIDE --Rawlins, Saratoga
MOUNTAIN MAN -- Sublette County (Pinedale & Big Piney area)
PATHFINDER -- Casper, Douglas, Gillette
SHOSHONE -- Cody, Powell, Lovell
WIND RIVER -- Lander, Riverton, Dubois, Shoshoni