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posted Jan 16, 2018
Ivan Vamos retired in 1993 as the Deputy Commissioner for Planning and Development for NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) where he was responsible for land and water resource management, development, planning, construction, land acquisition, and environmental programs for more than two decades.
The New Hampshire Bureau of Trails proudly nominates Charles F. Martin for the 2010 American Trails, Trail Advocacy Award. The Bureau of Trails has been working closely with Charles for over five years and in that time he has made great strides in the trails community.
Clay has been advocating for trails for several years and is currently pushing for a reroute of a section of the Tahoe Rim Trail near Daggett Summit.
Ron Potter has worked for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for close to 34 years.
John C. Roth was a person who built connections and moved dreams forward.
Wayne is the planning director for the city of Northampton in western Massachusetts.
Parish President Kevin Davis is called the Father of the Tammany Trace.
A longtime advocate of outdoor activities and recreational hiking, Steve Barbour founded "The Sheltowee Trace Association" in September 2009, and was voted in by Board Members as its first Executive Director.
For over many years, Carl Voss has worked to make Central Iowa more bicycle friendly.
Lori Keys represents Aboite New Trails, a grassroots organization dedicated to recognizing the need for safe pedestrian and bicycle routes through the area of Fort Wayne.
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