LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Horseback riders interested in promoting the industry and improving the state's network of trails can apply to serve on a state panel.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is taking applications to fill a vacancy on the Equine Trails Subcommittee. They'll be accepted through Sept. 25, with DNR Director Keith Creagh making the appointment.
The subcommittee was created in 2010 to advise the Michigan Trails Advisory Council on development and use of pack and saddle trails. It also works to boost the state's equine industry.
People interested in seeking the three-and-a-half-year term should send a letter of interest and brief resume to Jim Radabaugh, DNR state trails coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.