This award is for an individual that, like Hulet Hornbeck, exemplifies long-standing vision and wisdom in support of trails.
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posted Apr 10, 2019
During his 36 year career with the National Park Service (NPS), Rory worked in five different NPS units, primarily in the fields of interpretation and cultural resources management.
posted Jan 29, 2018
Kurt Loheit is a passionate outdoorsman, who has been instrumental in organizing and leading trail programs with the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy (PVPLC) and numerous other organizations across the nation.
In 1989, Steve Elkinton was selected as the program leader for the National Trails System in the National Park Service’s Washington headquarters office.
posted Dec 21, 2017
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.
Bill bicycled to work for 40 years!
Trail development requires patience, gumption, and inventiveness. Ron began the Pacific Northwest Trail project in 1970.
Mel Huie has been an enthusiastic supporter, advocate, and planner of trails in the Portland area for more than three decades and serves as Metro’s Trails Coordinator.
Steve Griswold dedicated his career in service to championing good trail practices and molding successful trail programs and crews within countless National Parks across America.
posted Dec 18, 2017
The FIRST Hulet Hornbeck Awardee is Tom Ross.
O. L. “Leff” Moore was the “father” of the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area, the most innovative motorized trail system in the eastern United States.
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