Morgan Offutt is a CSU graduate with a BA in Equine Sciences. Originally from Arlington, TX, Morgan now lives and works full time in Summit County as a horse manager and part time sleigh driver. She is passionate about the ranching community and preserving horse ownership in the Blue River Valley. In the summer months, Morgan is the ranch manager for the recently re-named Summit Valley Horse Center. (formerly Blue River Horse Center)
Morgan’s background includes an internship with the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro program in Cañon City, CO. She assisted with public adoptions of wild horses, educated the public about wild horse population management, and assisted with processing newly gathered horses into the prison holding facility.
Morgan is passionate about the environment, conservation, climate change mitigation, soil health, and the role of fungus in the ecosystem. She has extensively studied mycelium and is excited to assist FOLBR with its mycelium and soil health initiatives. As a member of Gen Z, she hopes to assist in important climate work to save our planet for her generation and many more to come.