CT DEEP Sponsored Horse Campground Questionnaire

The Connecticut DEEP is trying to find out if there is any interest in establishing another horse camp more towards the center of the state. Currently the only camping locations allowing horses on state lands are located in the eastern portion of the state. This is a very short survey and will only take a few minutes to complete. Even if you are currently not a state resident they would like to hear from you on this.Feel free to share this as much as you care to. The more people that complete it the better.

Here is the survey link

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FZLFB33

CHC meetings Info:

The June 4th meeting is to be held at a later to be

determined date.

2019  Bi-Monthly Meetings:  February 5th, April 2nd, June 4th, August – Off for summer break, October 1st, December 3rd.

CHC  meetings are held at the Eversource Building formally the Northeast Utilities Building 107 Selden St Berlin, CT   At 7:30 pm.

We look forward to seeing old friends and welcome new members.
Dates and Directions are located on Calendar/Events page!


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Thank you for visiting our site as we continue to create a comprehensive, informative, educational site. Image Submitted by Carl Bowlin cdbleb78@aol – Above in the picture (L to R)  Sula, Pete, Yadid, Tin Man, and Threes  All are Arabians or Quarter/Arabian mix. They are colts born in summer of 2011. So 2012 brings them into the yearling phase! These inquisitive guys came running when we called and stopped together with inquisitive looks to pose for the camera on this beautiful spring day.

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