The White Horse Youth Ranch aims to bring underprivileged kids and horses together. “We want them to learn all about horsemanship and not just how to ride,” said Peggy Paullin, executive director of White Horse Youth Ranch, known to most as WHY Ranch. “They get to interact with horses and are mentored by someone who is investing in them emotionally.”
One benefit of living in Southern Nevada is the opportunity to explore little-traveled back roads winding their way to uncrowded outdoor adventures. One of the best is the Mormon Well Road, originally a pioneer wagon trail on what is now the Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
Early harvesting and installing special netting to protect trees are the best ways to beat birds to eating your fruit.