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About AERC

Join AERC Today!


Want to find out more?
Call AERC toll-free: 866-271-2372 or

for an information packet

Donate to AERC!
  • Trail Fund
  • Education Fund
  • Research Fund
  • General Fund
  • Junior Scholarship Fund
AERC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Donations may be sent to the AERC office, P.O. Box 6027, Auburn, CA 95604.

AERC Trails News

The objective of the AERC Trails and Land Management Committee is to work with the AERC membership and other concerned equestrian trail users to develop a popular trails advocacy web environment. AERC is dedicated to the riding of historic trails and encouraging the establishment, preservation and maintenance of all trails on both public and private lands.

Donations to Trail Master classes or Trails Grants are welcome, and may be made through the AERC office, either by check or credit card.


Important: Be sure to log your volunteer hours on the trail: Volunteer Hours Recording Page


Memorandum of Understanding

AERC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with both the USFS and the BLM. Click on the links below for copies of these MOUs:


Articles from Endurance News Trail Posts

Trail appreciation a must for riders

New Year, New Relationship with USFS

AERC Funds Illinois Hydrant, Water Line

Avoid the Fall Line to Keep Trails Healthy

National Snapshot: Our Trails at Risk


Relevant Research Studies

AERC Research Study: Are horses responsible for invasive plants in the Eastern U.S.?

AERC Research Study: Are horses responsible for invasive plants in the Western U.S.? (still in progress)

Your trail news needed! Send in your news to the AERC office for publication on the AERC website.


Last Updated: 10/14/2014