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Springwater Township inc. Elmvale, Midhurst, Hillsdale
Tay Township including Port McNicoll, Victoria Harbour, Waubaushene
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|Position Title||Organization Name(s)||Communities||Duties|
|Loop Trail Coordinator||Huronia Trails and Greenways||Liaises with the Loop Trail Stewards, landowners, trail committee, etc. Keeps up to date record of loop trail owners and stewards. Provides loop trail stewards with the necessary supplies and keeps them up to date on on loop trail marker guidelines and acts as a resource to loop trail stewards in terms of issues, concerns, etc.|
|Loop Trail Stewards||Huronia Trails and Greenways||Familiarizes his or herself with the Loop Trail Guidelines. Establish a buddy system or small crew to look after the loop trail. Stores supplies in a safe location. Regularly inspects the trail, replaces missing or broken trail markers, and trims away branches that are obscuring the trail markers. Contacts the Loop Trail Coordinator if problems occur.
|Promotions Assistant||Huronia Trails and Greenways||Help promote trails in general, and specifically physical activity on trails by going to trail events and other appropriate events to speak about the organization and distribute promotional materials. Trails can be used for hiking, nature watching, cycling, ATVing, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling. Trails in Simcoe County include the Uhthoff Trail, Tiny Trail, Georgian Trail, Lake Country Oro-Medonte Trail, North Simcoe Railtrail, Thornton-Cookstown Trans Canada Trail, the Waterfront Trails of Midland, Barrie, Orillia and Penetanguishene, the Ganaraska Trail, and various other trails. This organization also has taken on the responsibility to coordinate the building of the Trans Canada Trail through Simcoe County.
We have a website www.simcoecountytrails.net, as well as a map book, which was updated and reprinted in 2010. We also have a vehicle recycling program, that raises funds for trail projects. Both projects need to be promoted.