Trail Worker Award

This award recognizes an individual that has made outstanding contributions and provided consistent support for trail planning, development, or maintenance. It is intended to recognize the efforts of a private or public sector individual working for enhanced trail recreation on either the local, state, or national level.


Montana: Jocelyn Dodge

Jocelyn serves as a Recreation Forester on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in Montana.

Jocelyn is responsible for the management of Butte Ranger District trails and campgrounds and land acquisition for trails and other recreation opportunities.

She participated on the USDA Forest Service's national team for Meaningful Measures that developed quality management standards for trails, developed recreation and special use areas. She has also been instrumental in the improving of several segments of the continental divide trail on the Butte Ranger district with the Mile High Backcountry Horsemen, Continental Divide Trail Alliance, and Americorps.

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