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National Trails Awards for 2004

American Trails is pleased to announce the winners of the National Trail Awards for 2004. Every two years American Trails presents the awards to recognize the tremendous contributions of volunteers, professionals, and other leaders who are working to create a national system of trails for all Americans. The awards were presented on October 23, 2004, at the 17th National Trails Symposium in Austin, Texas, and are made possible by the National Trails Symposium Sponsors. See National Trails Award winners from 2010 - 2008 - 2006 - and the 2002 National Trails Awards and previous award winners from 2000.

2004 NATIONAL TRAILS AWARD WINNERS
See the list below or click on the award link for photos and details

Lifetime Service | Trails for Health | Partnership | Trails Public Service | Outstanding Media | Trails and the Arts | Planning/Design | Corporate | State-of-the-Art Technology | Trail Sharing | Trail Advocate Awards | Trail Worker Awards | Awards Index

LIFETIME SERVICE AWARD: Deb Schnack, retired director of the Planning and Development Division of the Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources for demonstrating longstanding, significant, and exemplary service to trail planning, implementation and recreation in the State of Missouri. See details and photos...

TRAILS for HEALTH AWARD: Jane Lambert, Program Manager of the Alliance for Cardiovascular Health in Utah, for her commitment to improving access to trails and promoting their use to increase physical activity throughout the state of Utah. See details...

PARTNERSHIP AWARD: Hudson River Valley Greenway for forming partnerships with citizens, organizations and agencies that had the overall goal of developing a plan that would provide about 1000 miles of hiking opportunities along the Hudson River. See details and photos...

TRAILS PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD: Tom Gilbert, Superintendent, North Country and Ice Age National Scenic Trails, for demonstrating consistent and significant support for trail planning, design and implementation on a variety of National Trail Systems. See details and photo...

OUTSTANDING MEDIA AWARD: Barbara Krebs and Joli Harrington of York County, Pennsylvania, for providing positive public exposure and education for the York County Rail Trail Authority. See details and photos...

TRAILS AND THE ARTS AWARD: Connecticut Impressionist Art Trail is an outstanding public arts project that links the local trails with the history of American Impressionism. See details...

PLANNING/DESIGN AWARD: Hall Bargainer Inc., for demonstrating problem solving skills through using both innovative methods on trail projects and public participation and agency involvement. See details and photos...

CORPORATE AWARD: Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc., for demonstrating significant, sustained and exemplary service to trail design, planning and implementation. See details and photos...

STATE-of-the-ART TECHNOLOGY AWARD: City of Austin for their use of multiple technologies including GPS, GIS, print and Internet to increase efficiency in trail design, development, or maintenance throughout the City of Austin. See details and photos...

OUTSTANDING TRAIL SHARING AWARD: Jefferson County Open Space, Colorado, for their successful trail sharing efforts demonstrated in their Volunteer Park Patroller/Bike Right programs. See details and photos...

 

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