Horsemanship Still a US Forest Service Tradition

Jun 3, 2021
Amy Hadden Marsh/KDNK

In a world where technology promises more efficiency, the US Forest Service still relies on horses and mules for backcountry work. In late May, rangers from the White River National Forest got comfortable with a pack string of horses from Wyoming at the Gus Darien Arena. KDNK’s Halle Zander and Amy Hadden Marsh report.


Ask the Vet

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Alpine Equine Hospital

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Equine Care on Ask the Vet

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Alpine Animal Hospital

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