NOTE: Past proceedings are in the process of being copied to the new conference website. To visit netc2013.com, click HERE
In 1998, the National Symposium on Horse Trails in Forest Ecosystems — a conference for those interested in building, maintaining, and enjoying equestrian trails — was held at Clemson University.
The brainchild of Dr. Gene Wood, this event quickly grew into the Southeastern Equestrian Trails Conference and is hosted in various states around the Southeastern USA. Originally there were nine states; now there are fourteen…the good news is spreading.
See Dr. Wood’s other projects and learn more at his website:
Equestrian Trails and Conservation Awareness.
To review information from a previous Southeastern Equestrian Trails Conference,
use the drop-down menu in the navigation bar above, or click on a specific year listed below:
SETC 2011 — Auburn, AL
SETC 2010 — Atlanta, GA
SETC 2009 — Gainesville, FL
SETC 2008 — Charleston, SC
SETC 2007 — Knoxville, TN
SETC 2006 — Roanoke, VA
SETC 2005 — High Point, NC
SETC 2004 — Atlanta, GA
SETC 2003 — Gainesville, FL
SETC 2002 — Clemson, SC
SETC 2001 — Clemson, SC
SETC 2000 — Clemson, SC