The State Awards recognize individuals who have made compelling and significant contributions to the trails movement in their home states.
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posted May 1, 2019
Through his tireless determination to affect positive change, and his dedication to making his community a better place to live, Adam is an outstanding example of a citizen turning passion into action to make a difference in the lives of others through recreational trails.
In 2017, Erik Pritchard was elected president of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America (SVIA®) and the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association.
Kriste is the founder of Black Women’s Alliance (BWA) of Denver and is a co-leader for Outdoor Afro Colorado.
Jill is President of the Florida Paddling Trails Association and a level 2 ACA- certified kayak instructor.
Bonnie’s leadership in park stewardship has impacted and inspired hundreds of people over the years in the value and fun of conservation service and is a significant reason why the Great Seneca Creek Watershed is in the excellent condition it’s in today.
Diane is an Outdoor Recreation Planner in the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program of the National Park Service (NPS).
Thanks to Angie’s leadership, the Cardinal Greenway has received well-deserved recognition as a major community asset.
Damon gives testament to what can be achieved by a small community when a diverse range of individuals and organizations work collaboratively to create something very special.
Anne Gullion was a driving force behind bring horse trails to Duluth as a tourism attraction, which led to the opening of the new Magney Snively-Ely's Peak Equestrian Trail and Ski Loop.
Josh Adams is the sole member and project leader for the Missouri Trails Project.
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