We educate and inspire horse show managers, farm owners and equestrian enthusiasts from all corners of the United States to live clean, green, and light on this Earth.
The College Preparatory Invitational is proud to partner with Green Is the New Blue. Through this partnership CPI will work with Green Is the New Blue to inspire the upcoming generations to do their part in reducing our environmental impact. Click below to explore how you can become a part of the movement!
Interested in studying environmental sustainability in college? CPI and Green Is the New Blue are working with a growing list of colleges and universities to inform you on their programs and majors. Click here to learn more about which colleges and universities provide environmental majors.
CPI and Green Is the New Blue aim to inspire young equestrians to take action and promote a healthy relationship with our planet. CPI and Green Is the New Blue have developed an Environmental Essay Scholarship designed to inspire new ideas, raise key concerns, and call to action the equestrian community. Click here to learn how you could win a $1,500 scholarship!
Want to get featured amongst your peers in the CPI Program, the Plaid Horse Magazine and even the Chronicle of the Horse? The College Preparatory Invitational and Green Is the New Blue aim to inspire young equestrians to take action and promote a healthy relationship with our planet. CPI and Green Is the New Blue have developed an Environmental Steward Championship designed to recognize those who are actively involved in environmental conservation and/or sustainability within their schools, communities, or equestrian programs. Click on button to learn more!
Want to do more? Here are three simple steps you can take to lessen your environmental impact.
The first, and easiest way to go green is simple, reduce the amount of impact you have. This may be, turning off the water while you wash your horse or not using plastic water bottles.
The second way to go green is just as easy, Re-Use what you are using. If you are using a plastic water bottle, rinse it out and re-use it!
The third way to go green and the most important, Recycle EVERYTHING that can be recycled. Commit to researching and understanding what programs exist, both in your town and beyond.