Squaw Butte Chapter
Emmett, Idaho

Est: 1992
A Non-Profit Service Organization

What Is Back Country Horsemen?       

As Back Country Horsemen (BCHA), we are dedicated to preserving and perpetuating recreational stock use, commensurate with our heritage, on virtually all public lands. BCH of America is a national, non-profit organization, formed in 1973, with affiliates in 27 states, 174 chapters and a membership of over 13,300 in 2013.  In 2014, Back Country Horsemen of America volunteers spent 417,000 hours working to maintain 12,935 wilderness trails miles and 23,242 non-wilderness trails miles on public lands.  That equates to a value of $14.42 million dollars in trail work donated to local and federal land managing agencies. Since 1995, BCHA members contributed a value equal to $101.08 million in volunteer hours. Volunteer Video   41 Years Strong & Growing

Who Are Back Country Horsemen Of Idaho?

Back Country Horsemen of Idaho (BCHI) is a non-profit organization with a number of chapters spread throughout our beautiful state.

We are dedicated to perpetuating the common sense use and enjoyment of horses in America's back country and wilderness. We work to insure that public lands remain open to recreational stock use and assist the various government and private agencies in their maintenance and management of those resources.  BCHI Volunteers reports

We invite you to become actively involved in preserving your heritage of back country stock use, by joining one of the existing BCHI chapters

To participate on a BCHI event or activity you must join a chapter!

Squaw Butte Chapter of BCHI  established 1992  (Our 24th Year)

The Squaw Butte Chapter meets in Emmett Idaho, at the La Costa Restaurant on the first Thursday of each month. 

The business meeting starts at 7 PM, but members and guests usually arrive early to enjoy the excellent food and lively conversation.

Squaw Butte Chapter members live in Ada, Boise, Canyon, Gem and Washington Counties, and ride and do project in the Boise and Payette National forest, BLM managed lands and Sawtooth and Frank Church wilderness. Continuing education is important to chapter members and numerous opportunities are available throughout the year. Chapter members are also active at the state (BCHI) and national (BCHA) levels to insure that public lands remain open to recreational stock use; to assist the various government and private agencies in their maintenance and management of said resource; to educate, encourage, and solicit active participation in the wise use of the back country resource by horsemen and the general public commensurate with our heritage; and to foster and encourage the growth of BCHA. 

Our members activities include:


This years calendar will be equally exciting with many fun opportunities and great experiences.  Come check us out. We look forward to seeing you at a future meeting or event.

Contact info@sbbchidaho.org for details on our events.

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