Ann Parr Trails Preservation Award

This award, named after trails volunteer Ann Parr, was first given in 2012, and honors the member who has worked tirelessly for equine trails. Ann supported the Trails and Land Management Committee with her time, effort and knowledge. She worked with state count and city political offices from her home in Draper, Utah, to promote trail easement preservation and urban trails development. Ann led a campaign to enable the city of Draper to purchase an area previously slated for residential development for use as a public outdoor recreation area. Her trail advocacy and committee work are an inspiration for those who care for and work to preserve and expand equestrian trails across the country. Sharon Ballard proposed this award on the death of her beloved friend in 2011. This award may not be given every year.

Year Honoree’s Name
2023 Sylvia Sazama
2022 Nancy Sluys
2021 Tony Troyer
2020 Deirdre Monroe
2019 Doug Shearer, DVM
2018 Helen Koehler
2017 Monica Chapman
2016 Greg Jones, MD
2015 Dot Wiggins
2014 Gail Williams
2012 Roger Taylor
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