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Why more horses are showing up in the White River National Forest

A horse Saddle
Carly Barnes

The White River National Forest in western Colorado uses a variety of methods to manage its 2.3 million acres, whether that's pickup trucks, all-terrain vehicles, or drones, but there's one tried and true method of getting around the wilderness that the forest service still relies on - horses and mules.

Recently, workers got some training in the saddle. Caroline Llanes reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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