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Missouri: Kathie Brennan

As a member of the Ozark Trail Association (OTA), Kathie is a high energy, tireless volunteer with a passion for kids and trail building who has immersed herself into almost every aspect of the Ozark Trail (OT).


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Iowa: Carol Williams

Carol Williams has worked for Story County Conservation since 1986, serving first as an assistant ranger and currently serves as the conservation board’s Special Projects Ranger.


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Montana: John McBride

The late John McBride of Missoula, Montana was Director of the National Smokejumper Association’s Trails Program.

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Nevada: Jeremy Vlcan

The Tahoe Rim Trail is pleased to support the nomination of Jeremy Vlcan for the Nevada Trail Worker Award.


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New Hampshire: Lainie Castine

The New Hampshire Bureau of Trails proudly nominates Lainie Castine for the 2010 American Trails, Trail Worker Award.


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New Jersey: Lew Gorman

Cherry Hill Township is proud to nominate Lew Gorman III for the Trail Worker Category of the 2010 National Trails Awards.


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New Mexico: Kerrie Brokaw Pattison

Kerrie Brokaw Pattison grew up in a family of trail builders, and all around her people were enjoying trails, for hiking, bicycling, and motorcycle riding.


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New York: Eddie Walsh

Eddie Walsh, a member of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (NYNJTC), has been assisting with trail development and maintenance since an early age.


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North Carolina: Hillrie Quin

The Highlands Plateau Greenway is a non-profit organization that was created in 2005 by volunteers intent on connecting natural areas and historic sites in the town of Highlands, North Carolina, by walking and hiking trails to shopping, school, and civic destinations.


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North Dakota: Marc Brown

Marc Brown’s passion for trails runs deep as an avid trail trial user and the lead trail planner for the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department. Marc’s work can be seen throughout North Dakota’s Park System in the miles of trails he’s helped plan, build and maintain.

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