Knowledge inspires action and all roads lead to Dillon, Montana, September 10-12, 2020 for the first-ever conference merging traditional, natural horsemanship with 21st century new equine and horse-human research, education, and horse experiences. Meet the experts on the frontlines of ground-breaking initiatives to foster and promote the unique relationship between horse and human.
OF HORSE, HUMAN & NATURE brings together leading voices and experts in equine, animal behavior, natural horsemanship, ranching, outfitting, wilderness and backcountry use, equine and human initiatives that advance well-being, horse-and-rider demonstrations, hands-on experiences with horses, and compelling storytellers, award-winning equine films and filmmakers as well as the latest research and science of the horse-human relationship.
OF HORSE, HUMAN & NATURE brings a balanced and insightful look at, and appreciation for all things horse and the powerful and life-changing impact of the horse-human relationship.
The Montana Center for Horsemanship, the only education center in the nation devoted exclusively to Natural Horsemanship, with the University of Montana Western, is pleased to present this public conference, featuring Dr. Temple Grandin, one of the foremost experts on animal behavior. A professor of animal science at Colorado State, consultant on animal behavior and a renowned autism spokesperson, Dr. Grandin was one of the first individuals on the autism spectrum, to document the insights gained from her personal experience of autism. She is also a strong proponent and advocate for equine assisted learning.
Thursday, September 10, 2020 9:00 AM
Of Horse, Human and Nature – featuring Dr. Temple Grandin – Dillon, Montana
Montana Center for Horsemanship & the University of Montana Western in Dillon, Montana