Awards were presented at the 23rd International Trails Symposium - May 7-10, 2017, Dayton, Ohio.
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posted Jan 10, 2018
Tim is the Field Operations Director with the Ice Age Trail Alliance, the non-profit arm of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Diana is an avid bicyclist and hiker, and a long-time member of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.
In 2012, Ralph was hired by Ohio’s Cleveland Metroparks to start up a new Trails Division.
The Buckeye Trail Association builds, maintains, and promotes the use of a 1,400 mile statewide trail.
Nick has been the leading force in saving the legendary Maah Daah Hey trail in western North Dakota.
Vince is an established trail builder having constructed some of the most complex multi-use trail systems in the intermountain west and in Nevada.
Sally Hausken has done what many thought was impossible in a small, rural based community in west central Minnesota.
Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser has been a recreational trails advocate and builder for over a decade.
Paul has been involved at nearly every level of trail development, including design, construction, and maintenance, on over 100 miles of mountain bike trails in Indiana.
Tom demonstrates a resounding commitment to the bicycle and pedestrian network of southwest Idaho.
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