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March 1st: New Grant Application Deadline!
A friendly reminder that our grant deadlines have changed to March 1 and August 1. Since 2000 BABT has helped preserve and restore equestrian facilities, maintain parks and public open space, trails and trailheads by awarding approximately $390,000 to land trusts, agencies and/or equestrian organizations. 

With these awards BABT continues our mission preserving and protecting public access to stables and trails in the Bay Area. Learn more about the projects that qualify for our Grant Program here.  
Sustainable Equine Management 2021 on Saturday, March 6 Webinar ~ Sunday, March 7 On-Site Ranch Tour. The main presenter is Alayne Blickle, the founder and director of Horses For Clean Water, an award-winning, internationally acclaimed environmental education program for horse owners since 1990. Learn more here.
California Trails and Greenways 2021, April 14 - 16. Virtually attend educational breakout sessions, talk with experts, connect with potential employers, and reconnect with colleagues anywhere and everywhere at a price that can't be beat!  Learn more here.
Thank you to our recent supporters!
Much gratitude to the following organizations and individuals for their generous support of BABT. 

Organizations: Alto Bowl Horseowners Association, Concord Mt Diablo Trail Ride Association, Equestrian Center of Walnut Creek, Friends of Bear Creek Stables, Horse Hill, Los Altos Hills Horseman Association, Los Viajeros Riding Club, Marin Horse Council, Marin Stables & Trials, Metropolitan Horsemen’s Association, Miwok Stables Center, Mounted Patrol of San Mateo County, Ocean Riders of Marin, Orinda Horsemen's Association, San Francisco Horsemen's Association, San Mateo County Horsemen's Association, San Martin Horsemen’s Association, Sonoma County Driving & Riding Club, Tilden-Wildcat Horsemen's Association.

Individuals: Teri Baron, Sahar and Joel Bartlett, Candy Bates, John and Marlia Berg, B Blum, Michelle Burrill, Alice Caldwell, Cecily and Larry Cassel, Terry Church, Joe and Teresa Coleman, Kim Damelio, Donna Davidson, Rick and Kerry DeBenedetti, Lisa Dunmeyer, Annie Ellicott, Lyndall Erb, Joseph Ehrmann, Ellie Ferrari, Janice Frazier, Judith Forrest, Denise Gilseth, Suzanne Gooch  Karen Gregory, Anita Harnmuanphongs, Stephanie Holdenried, Rick Holland, Elizabeth Hudson, Mary Page Hufty, Karen Johnson, Abigail Killey, Zoe Kersteen-Tucker, Patricia Kittredge, Pat Potter McAndrews, John McDonald Productions, Marilyn Miller, Melany Moore, Michael Murphy, Morris Older, Deborah Padilla, Alice Phillipson, Jessica Pinto, Maureen Pinto, Don Pugh, Kathy Risso, Sarah Rivers, Alice Schofield, Leida Schoggen, Patricia Swenson, Marilynn Terstegge, Linda and Robert Upton, Anne Van Camp, Taylor Whitney, Amory and Reese Willis, Osa Wolff. 
For more information about our programs please visit our website, email us at or contact Lyndall Erb at 650-888-2799. 

The Board of Directors, Bay Area Barns and Trails 
Lyndall Erb, President  |  Marilynn Terstegge, Secretary  |  Morris Older, Treasurer  |  Sahar Bartlett, Board Member  |  Janice Frazier, Board Member  |  Mary Page Hufty, Board Member  |  Pat McAndrews, Board Member  |  Leida Schoggen, Board Member  |  Amory Willis, Board Member
Bay Area Barns and Trails was incorporated as a California non-profit corporation in November 1999. Since 2000 BABT has helped conservation minded equestrians preserve and restore natural areas and wildlife habitat, maintain parks and public open space, equestrian facilities, trails and trailheads by awarding approximately $390,000 in matching funds to land trusts, agencies and/or equestrian organizations. 
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