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Green Is the New Blue Adds Three Green Partners

By: Green Is the New Blue


7/16/20


Green Is the New Blue is proud to announce the addition of three NEW Green Partners. These farms and associations have taken the Green Partner Pledge to reduce their environmental impact and join our cause to go green.


The Gleneayre Equestrian Program works to provide powerful connections between horses and people to teach, learn, grow and heal. To learn more about the Gleneayre Equestrian Program visit their website by clicking here.



“The Gleneayre Equestrian Program is proud to continue to work towards a cleaner planet by partnering with Green Is the New Blue, whose mission to educate and inspire equestrians to lessen their environmental impact; a mission that we share with the students in our program.”


– Gleneayre Equestrian Program


Kimber-View Stables is a full service hunter, jumper, and equitation show barn located in Chester County, PA. For more information visit their website by clicking here.


“We were inspired at Brandywine Horse Shows a couple of years ago by Stephanie and her mission. We have implemented a few things at the barn already: general recycling, providing paper products made from recycled and compostable materials like paper towels and cups (when customers can’t bring their own), stopped providing individually wrapped mints, now we offer unwrapped hard treats, we would like to buy supplies more in bulk sizes to cut down on packaging, started looking into recycling bailing twine, making our own fly spray, the options are endless…”


Kimber-View Stables


The Horse Park of New Jersey is a 185-acre park that holds equestrian events located in Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. To learn more, check out their website by clicking below.


We are so excited to add these partners to our growing list of Green Partners.. If you are interested in taking the pledge to join our Green Initiative, click here to learn more.




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