Least Resistance Training Concepts
Wild Horse Mentors

Wild Horse Workshops
and Clinics

How You Can Help

If you wish to participate, there are many ways to help with these programs.

  • Helping with Planning & Organizing
    Volunteer time and talent with a committee or project group.

    Committees and project groups include:

    • Publicity

      Informing potential participants about the workshop and the public about wild horses and burros.

    • Sponsorship

      Getting financial sponsors as well as merchandise donations for event raffles and silent auctions.

    • Logistics

      Arranging to get people and supplies where and when they are needed.

    • Hospitality

      Recommending suitable accommodations for participants (hotels/motels), making hospitality arrangements for clinicians and VIPs.

  • Volunteering for support activities

    There are many support tasks that need to be done from assisting at the registration desk to helping provide event security.

  Criteria for Helping

The Wild Horse Workshops are high intensity programs. Persons wishing to volunteer have to be reliable, make reasonable commitments and be counted on to perform assigned duties where and when scheduled. For insurance reasons all volunteers at events must be LRTC members.

Within these criteria, the following guidelines apply:


Coordinate with LRTC's Publicity Committee and BLM's Public Affairs Team to distribute information relating to the workshop and related wild horse and burro adoptions.


Be willing to solicit financial and material donations from potential corporate and private business sponsors.


Help coordinate and/or provide transportation for clinicians and essential workshop supplies and materials.

Help with set up and take down of portable corrals (supplied by BLM.)


Preview suitable hotel/motel accommodations for participants, get group rate quotes, coordinate room reservations with Hospitality Committee, assist clinicians and VIPs with hospitality needs.

Support Activities

There are dozens of "small jobs" that need doing during the workshops. Help share the load so that the all volunteers will get plenty of "pen time."

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Least Resistance Training Concepts is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational corporation based in Knightsen, California, with volunteers in thirty one states.