We hire veterans as much as
possible because the military instills team work, accountability, and a desire
for accomplishing goals, no matter the obstacle.
The traits stated before are all prerequisites for being a part of our
team. Our veterans selfless service warrants a good paying job.
wages paid to staff are good, and enhance each team member's financial freedom. Employee earnings are paid by the liquidation of railroad materials. We do not receive or seek government assistance
employing staff or other members.
- Provide ample income
- No Government Funding, or Grant Money
- Flawless execution of rail removal and trail construction every time.
Horse Preservation is only successful if each rails to trails member attains their
goals. It takes the cooperation of many parties to complete a Rail to Trail project. This
idea of success is evident from the individual pushing the documentation through their municipality to the man swinging the sledge hammer . Sure, the men wearing the florescent green shirts
pull the spikes and cut the bolts, but making the idea of a rail trail a
reality takes the cooperation of everyone involved.
- Cooperate with staff & municipalities until trail is successfully completed
- Responsive to local citizenry needs
- Supply as much assistance to municipalities
Horse Preservation Society only achieves success by making positive impacts with the communities where our trails are built . We take into consideration the opinions of
all citizenry and respect the sanctity of private property. We understand the concerns of dismantling a rail line and building a trail, but this process is beneficial for the
community as a whole .
- Cooperate with owners and businesses living adjacent to
- Genuinely care about communities.