The awards were presented on Nov.17, 2008 at the 19th National Trails Symposium in Little Rock, AR.
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posted Jan 16, 2018
Jeff Brewer was the first president of The Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and has held the position of leadership ever since.
While Bill is nationally recognized as a leader in development and maintenance of snowmobile trails, he has also served as a local and state promoter of cross country ski trails and other non-motorized trails.
Craig Della Penna works tirelessly to promote rail trail development, share information among different groups, and advocate for changes in policy to make rail-trail development easier and faster in Massachusetts.
John Tarver, his late brother, Donald Tarver, both of Baton Rouge, and Robert Hopkins of Shreveport organized the L&A Trail, Inc.
Mike is a champion of sustainable trail design and multi-use trails.
Kandee is nationally known as a trails advocate, especially among the equestrian groups.
A leading trails advocate in Florida for many years, Linda is the Project Director for the FL Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program and is a research associate for the University of Florida, Department of Urban and Regional Planning.
Paul Morrill has a remarkable ability to forge partnerships with the most unlikely people for the good of trail projects statewide.
Julie Childers isn’t shy, nor is she quiet about her love for trails; first as a hiker, trail runner, then as a mountain biker and now as a mother.
Brent Owens and Kimberly Hawkins are principals in the philanthropic Redding Foundation, and have been volunteering for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) the last two years.
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