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posted Jan 16, 2018

Nevada: Steve Hale

Steve Hale, Recreation Specialist on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is continually "turning dirt" to creatively develop new trail opportunities in the northern Nevada area around Lake Tahoe.


posted Jan 16, 2018

New York: Edward Holmes - Friends of the Genesee Valley Greenway

The Genesee Valley Greenway is a 90-mile public, multi-use trail and natural and historic resource corridor that follows the route of the Genesee Valley Canal and the Pennsylvania Railroad.


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Pennsylvania: Jim Holden

Jim Holden is the President of the Allegheny Valley Trails Association, an all volunteer, non-profit organization, whose mission is: "the acquisition of abandoned railways in the Allegheny River watershed and their rehabilitation into multipurpose, non-motorized recreational trails."


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Tennessee: Robert Richards

In his professional position as the TN Greenways and Trails Coordinator Mr. Richards has been responsible for the creation of a statewide Geographic Information System for Greenways and Trails.


posted Jan 16, 2018

Texas: Mike Cox

Over the last two years, Mike has picked up well over 200 bags of trash and he continues to monitor the area around Jacob’s Ladder in Waco.


posted Jan 16, 2018

Utah: John Knudson

John has been a constant and committed force for trails in Utah for the last 16 years.


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Virginia: Brian Detweiler

Since joining the staff at Occoneechee State Park, Brian Detweiler has made great strides in adding new trail to the park, while maintaining almost 15 miles of existing trail.


posted Jan 16, 2018

Washington: Tom Mix

Tom is a volunteer who works with every public agency on the Olympic Peninsula to construct and maintain trail, plan trail work, and recommend trail use and policy changes.


posted Jan 16, 2018

West Virginia: Bill Queen

When Bill Queen learned no agency in West Virginia had the authority to designate a stream as a water trail, he got the WV Division of Natural Resources to give them a letter acknowledging the Walhonde Water Trail existed.


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Arizona: Mark Flint

Mark is nominated for his leadership as Co-Chair of the Cienega Corridor Construction Project under the Arizona Trail Association.


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Aquatic Access, Inc.

Louisville, Kentucky

Aquatic Access, Inc. offers a full line of water-powered lifts providing disabled access to in-ground and above-ground pools and spas.


1921 Production Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 40299
Toll Free: (800) 325-5438 | Main: (502) 425-5817

SPONSORED

Rhino Marking & Protection Systems

Bloomington, Minnesota

Rhino Marking & Protection Systems offers a variety of posts, signs and markers to fit all types of trails.


Dan Zabka 10740 Lyndale Av South #16W, Bloomington, Minnesota 55420
(800) 522-4343 • [email protected]

Bears Playgrounds

Lima, New York

Bears Playgrounds create nature inspired playgrounds and other products which enhance children's environments.


7577 E. Main Street, Lima, New York 14485
Toll Free: (877) 807-7529 | Main: 585-624-5694 • [email protected]

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