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
Eric is a consummate trail professional whose technical skill and artistic vision have contributed greatly to the trails in New York State.
For two decades, Tim Johnson has been that champion for sustainable trails in North Carolina. His leadership, knowledge, and vision of many significant projects with incalculable impact has created dozens of miles of new sustainable trail on the ground.
Andy is the chief adventure officer of Outdoor Adventure Connection, and founder and leader of Dayton Hikers, which has more than 3,300 members.
Wayne is a champion of promoting and maintaining the use of traditional skills in trail work. He teaches, and is, a certifier of crosscut saws and is experienced with rigging, dry stone masonry, and woodworking.
Gobin and Warrior Expeditions have successfully taken the spirit of what Earl Shaffer was talking about when he declared he was going to “walk off the war,” and extended that opportunity to those who, for either physical and financial limitations, would otherwise never be able to undertake it.
A resident of Madison, Wisconsin, Gary worked for 12 years for the Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation organizing volunteers, coordinating trail planning and construction projects with the National Park Service, Wisconsin Departments of Natural Resources and Transportation, and negotiating right of way purchases with landowners.
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.
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