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Wentworth, NC (December 6, 2022) - Rockingham County Government is excited to announce its participation in the 2023 Year of the Trail.

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Region

GP RED (health, recreation and land management)

Their goal is to fully recognize and expand research, education, and resource development activities for community “quality of life” agencies.

 

USFS Special Use Permit Application

Working with the USFS

Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative

 is a coalition of groups, including citizens, the coal industry, and government dedicated to restoring forests on coal mined lands in the Eastern United States.

Eastern KY

Western NC

Wentworth, NC (December 6, 2022) - Rockingham County Government is excited to announce its participation in the 2023 Year of the Trail. This statewide initiative is designed to highlight all of North Carolina’s greenways and outdoor areas created for hiking, biking, paddling, and horseback riding. Rockingham County’s mission during the Year of the Trail is to showcase and celebrate its local trails and encourage visitors and residents alike to get outside and enjoy the many outdoor recreational spaces available throughout the county. 

Northeastern TN

TN State Parks.  Join the Trail Pack. (Spring 2021)  

Virginia

Virginia Service and Conservation Corps

Point of contact for Special Use Permits:

Clinch Ranger District

Eastern Divide Ranger District

Mt. Rogers National Recreational Area

Tom Blevins.  p: 276-783-5196.  tom.blevins@usda.gov
 

Southern WV

Zack Brown

Assistant Chief of Operations

West Virginia Division of Natural Resources

zack.j.brown@wv.gov

The Monongahela National Forest, in partnership with West Virginia University and USDA Rural Development, is bringing diverse stakeholders together to create a shared recreation vision for the region.

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