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posted Jan 16, 2018

Pennsylvania: Terry Wentz

Terry Wentz was born to be outside.


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South Carolina: Don Watts

Don Watts is a civilian Natural Resources Technician at Charleston Naval Weapons Station.


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Tennessee: Ken Jones

Ken Jones is a remarkable individual who has dedicated his retirement years to improving the trail system in the southeast Tennessee area.


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Utah: Max Reid

Max was instrumental in developing the Paiute Trail system, which has a 238-mile main trail with 550 miles of side trails.


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Virginia: Sam Jensen

Since joining the staff at Fairy Stone State Park in 2005, Sam Jensen has worked diligently to maintain and improve the two trail systems in the park.


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West Virginia: Ella Belling

Ella became the first Executive Director for the Monongahela River Trails Conservancy in 2000 and helped develop and implement a trail management plan that includes many agency and community partnerships.


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Wisconsin: Rich Propp

Rich Propp, a volunteer with the Ice Age Trail Alliance, sets the bar high for the group’s Mobile Skills Crew.


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Wyoming: Tony Simek

Tony Simek is an active member of the Cody Country Snowmobile Association.


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Washington: Joan Melcher

In the early 1990s, Joan Melcher retired as a High School Chemistry teacher from the Issaquah Washington School District.


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Alabama: Thornton Clark

Clark's knowledge of the river, boating in general, and his cooperation with others enabled the Alabama Scenic River Trail to progress from a vision to reality in only 18 months.

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