The awards were presented on October 21, 2006, at the 18th National Trails Symposium in the Quad Cities of Iowa and Illinois.
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posted Feb 7, 2018
In 2006 there were two well-deserving candidates that have exemplified outstanding success in attracting visitors to trails by combining location with creative design.
posted Jan 16, 2018
Bill is currently serving his third term as Vice President of the Blue Ribbon Coalition.
Matthew Shannon is a Trail Crew Leader with the USDA- Forest Service in Bridger Teton National Forest.
Doug has been involved with WV Scenic Trails Association for so many years, that he has also been given the title of historian, or antiquarian, or archivist!
As Trail Construction Manager of the Hansville Greenway, Sid led the effort to provide Kitsap County with volunteer and financial resources to prepare two grant applications for the completion of the Hansville Greenway trails.
The many mountain bicycling and hiking trails in the Central Savannah River area have blossomed from the hard work of a "detonator in the explosion of trails," Bill Victor.
In 1998, soon after retiring from the Forest Service, Jim Talburt founded The Motley Crew, a hard-working volunteer trail maintenance crew who average about 1,800 hours each year. All members are over the age of 61.
Janet Carson, Project Manager for the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway, is a gal who makes things happen.
As the Trail Administrator for the Sullivan County ATV Club, Dianne truly demonstrates, through dedication and a love for the sport, the value of volunteerism.
Jocelyn serves as a Recreation Forester on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in Montana.
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