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posted Jan 16, 2018
Scott Monroe is retiring this year from the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Alpine Stewardship Volunteer Program. While it is understandable on Scott’s part, it will nevertheless be a major loss to the ASV Program.
North Louisiana is fortunate to have a small group of volunteers who are involved in the planning, building and maintenance of trails in their surrounding area.
Mike Bossert has been a member of Fort Harrod Back Country Horsemen (FHBCH) since its inception approximately four years ago.
Bunnie Watkins has been part of the US Army Corps team at Perry Lake for nearly two decades.
Fred is relatively new to the trail world compared to past recipients of the “Trail Worker Award,” but he is well-deserving of this nomination.
Russ Waldie is a dedicated and reliable volunteer section maintainer on the Appalachian Trail in Connecticut, and has been for more than a decade.
Bill Carter has been on many Backcountry Horsemen’s (BCHC) work parties clearing trails but never on one that was defined as an Epic Event.
In January 2013, Morgan Sommerville will be completing his 30th year of service to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC).
Gunnison Trails Non-Profit Organization has been the backbone to community partnerships in the Gunnison Field Office. Most of this is due to the director of Gunnison Trails, Dave Wiens.
Supervisor Antonovich has great responsibility for all areas of government including multi-use (equestrian, hiking and mountain biking) trails programs and multi-use trails issues.
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