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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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Arkansas: Bert Turner

Mr. Turner is a Certified Master Naturalist and retired employee of Rytheon.


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Arizona: Dale Shewalter

Shewalter, the first Arizona Trail Steward Coordinator under the sponsorship of the Kaibab National Forest.


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California: Ted Schofield

Ted is Vice President of the San Gorgonio Wilderness Association (SGWA).


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Colorado: Kym Williams

Kym is intimately involved with and knowledgeable about all the trails in the Larimer County system.


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Delaware: Thomas "Chip" Kneavel

Chip Kneavel lives his passion for trails each and every day as Trail Crew Chief for Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation.


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Connecticut: Ann Colson

For the past 10 years Ann has been the Trails Coordinator for the Connecticut Forest and Park Association (CFPA), the oldest conservation organization in the state.


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Florida: Renee Blaney

As member and past President of the Ocala Mountain Biking Association (OMBA), Renee is an active, energetic leader of a vital group of volunteers who contributed 2,874 volunteer hours in 2007 to the development and maintenance of the very popular biking trails on the Cross Florida Greenway.


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Illinois: Brian Bourne

As a self-confessed "trailoholic," whether as an equestrian, backpacker, mountain biker, trail runner, volunteer, crew leader, or whatever, Brian spends most of his time on trails.


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Lose Design

Nashville, Tennessee

Lose Design creates spaces that support the most fundamental human needs to live, work and play. We are dedicated to helping our clients bring their vision to life. Our professionals do not settle for “off the shelf” des...


2809 Foster Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 37210
(615) 242-0040 • [email protected]

Rogue Trails

Rogers, Arkansas

Our team has 50+ years of experience. We design and build all varieties of single track mountain bike trails, bike parks, pump tracks, hiking trails, etc. Our staff has 3 environmental scientist synergistically meshing r...


525 N 2nd Street, Rogers, Arkansas 72756
(479) 445-8212 • [email protected]

Allegra Trails

Pontresina, Graubünden, CH, International

Allegra has been developing sustainable MTB destinations since 2004. Having our origins in a remote Alpine valley in Switzerland, early on we had to learn that MTB tourism needs to benefit the local communities. Not just...


Via Planet 7, Pontresina, Graubünden, CH, International 7504
+41788462070 • [email protected]

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