The awards ceremony hosted by the Coalition for Recreational Trails was held in Washington, DC on June 14, 2017 at U.S. House of Representatives offices.
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posted Dec 29, 2017
Construction of a 14.5-mile recreation trail in Delaware and Maryland along the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The Arizona Program reflects a dynamic cultural shift that includes all of the components of a model program which is user driven.
Improving access for off-highway vehicle recreation and other trail users by constructing three miles of new trail and an underpass beneath a four-lane State highway.
This project engaged several partners to complete a trail connection from the Platteville community to the University of Wisconsin campus, fixed infrastructure issues, and paved and lighted the entire three-mile corridor.
Development of a .82 mile 8-foot wide asphalt trail including two pedestrian bridges that connects the Woodruff Leisure Center to the Woodruff Middle School.
Constructing a Trailhead Event Area for the off-highway vehicle park that includes an open pavilion, space for vendors, rest rooms, and all-weather storage for trail maintenance equipment.
New bridges, trail reroutes, and improvements to the 27-mile riverside trail that included elimination of unsafe crossings for equestrian users.
Construction of a 3.0-mile hiking and mountain biking trail that traverses the NC Wildlife Resources Commission Game Lands to connect a proposed 30-mile loop trail around Lake James.
A major rehabilitation and boardwalk replacement project to preserve access on the Alaka'i Swamp Trail.
Through the Ancestral Lands program, Conservation Legacy supports trail improvement on the Mogollon Rim in the Coconino National Forest while providing jobs and experience for local Native American youth.
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