The awards celebration was held in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Nov. 16, 2010.
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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.
posted Jan 16, 2018
Royce Wood is a dedicated advocate of recreational trails across the country; paying particular attention to the trails in his current home state of Ohio.
In the early 1990s, Joan Melcher retired as a High School Chemistry teacher from the Issaquah Washington School District.
Tony Simek is an active member of the Cody Country Snowmobile Association.
Rich Propp, a volunteer with the Ice Age Trail Alliance, sets the bar high for the group’s Mobile Skills Crew.
Ella became the first Executive Director for the Monongahela River Trails Conservancy in 2000 and helped develop and implement a trail management plan that includes many agency and community partnerships.
Since joining the staff at Fairy Stone State Park in 2005, Sam Jensen has worked diligently to maintain and improve the two trail systems in the park.
Max was instrumental in developing the Paiute Trail system, which has a 238-mile main trail with 550 miles of side trails.
Ken Jones is a remarkable individual who has dedicated his retirement years to improving the trail system in the southeast Tennessee area.
Don Watts is a civilian Natural Resources Technician at Charleston Naval Weapons Station.
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