Recognizing the worth of natural, heritage and recreational resources...
planning now, enjoying forever.
Do you know a person, group or business that deserves recognition for what they do for our regional
natural and recreational assets?
Questions or further information requests may be directed to:
The ceremony has been postponed until this fall.
James E. Holden Greenways Volunteer of the Year: Individual, group, company, or organization which provided significant uncompensated hours and expertise to assist the Council on Greenways & Trails and/or its member organization(s) during the prior 5 years.
Thomas J. Allen Greenways Partner of the Year: Individual, company, or organization which donated support, resources, items, and/or expertise to assist the Council on Greenways & Trails and/or its member organization(s) during the prior 5 years.
Richard M. Garrard Greenways Neighbor of the Year: Person, group, business, or entity situated next to one or more segments of the diverse greenways and trails in Clarion, Crawford, and Venango Counties. This award recognizes event-specific or ongoing positive involvement and assistance by adjacent property owners during the prior 5 years.
Congratulate previous award winners
Each sponsorship costs $250, payable to
“Council on Greenways and Trails”
Sponsors are acknowledged in all CGT awards publicity, at the ceremony and in the ceremony’s printed program.
Thank you to previous sponsors!
The Holden Family
Friends of CGT
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Recreation & Economic Development
Are you a business with goods or services outdoor recreation visitors need? Are you in a Trail Town?
Full report - 2013 EPT Trail User Survey & Economic Impact Analysis
The Council on Greenways & Trails (CGT) works with those in the region that are realizing the value of our natural and outdoor recreational resources and partnering to protect and/or develop those resources for the benefit of our citizens and visitors and increase the economic impact that they bring.
* Protection of Natural Resources
* Support of Economic Prosperity
* Stewardship of Pennsylvania's
Rural and Farmland Legacy
* Conservation of Scenic, Historic
and Cultural Resources
* Public Recreation, Health, and
* Creation of Educational
* Promotion of Sustainable
Sound Land Use
Through the partnerships and the projects already completed, the members of the Council on Greenways & Trails are working together as never before. Connections are being made through the realization that partnerships can impact entire regions and seemingly intangible quality of life issues can have real economic impact
Join a trail group or a local land trust. What skills and talents can you add to the projects?
Are you a business that provides goods and services to trail users?
Nominate someone or a group for the Greenways Awards.