The awards ceremony hosted by the Coalition for Recreational Trails was held in Washington, D.C. on June 10, 2015, at U.S. House of Representatives offices.
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Crew members carry forth these lessons and passion into their communities and future endeavors.
Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association (MTVRA) is a statewide OHV organization whose members have an interest in and history of collaborative partnerships with local, state, and federal agencies to improve motorized recreation opportunities.
The Committee oversees all of Colorado’s motorized and non-motorized trail grant application review processes— not just the RTP.
Washington is administering the RTP in a manner that brings credit both to itself at the state level and to the RTP at the national level.
Montana’s administration of the Recreational Trails Program is an example of outstanding public service.
Montgomery County used RTP funds to add a universally accessible trail in Rotary Park.
This trail system adds 50 miles of quality trails that provide sustainability and protection to important cultural and natural resources while providing a safer, high quality recreation opportunity for a variety of user-groups.
When Hurricane Katrina struck Louisiana in 2005, St. Bernard Parish was completely devastated and there was no other safe outdoor place to exercise in the parish.
The Boardman Bridge, located in the Sawtooth National Forest, was closed in 2012 due to failing piers. Multiple agencies contributed on the installation of a new bridge.
The Joanna Trail Project is an example of a community coming together to provide recreational opportunities and education for a wide range of trail and trailhead users, while stimulating the local economy by attracting visitors to the area.
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