Freedom Trails Therapeutic Riding Association is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with a disability through therapeutic and recreational horseback riding and horse interaction. Our emphasis is on enhancing an individual’s ability and working with participants to help them reach their full potential.
We are a district club officially formed in 2008 and operating under the umbrella of 4-H Yukon and regionally under 4-H British Columbia. 4-H is a youth development organization and is focused on developing leadership and citizenship. This is done by combining such things as public speaking, judging and student exchanges with local club projects. This fosters knowledge, leadership, citizenship and personal development. Spirit Rider’s 4-H club project is horses. The focus of the horse program is animal husbandry, safety, nutrition and health of horses, and learning to handle and ride horses to a high level of competency. Spirit Riders also focuses on agriculture, as well as youth health and nutrition. Contact Carrie Stahl: email@example.com
YAA's mission is to foster and promote sustainable Yukon agriculture for the benefit of both private and commercial producers and consumers through education, infrastructure development, and liaison with government agencies and with non-government organizations. Our vision is to help Yukon producers develop a way of life and an industry that provides the Yukon’s needs for those agricultural goods and services that can be produced in the Territory.