Camp Virgil Tate: Improve and enhance Camp Virgil Tate’s current trail system in Sissonville, WV with reassurance blazes and directional wayfinding signage.
Charleston Sled Hockey: Home exercise equipment and new on-ice protective gear for hockey team for youth and adults with physical disabilities in Charleston, WV.
E. A. Hawse Health Center: Add improvements including benches and signage to an existing half mile trail located behind E. A. Hawse Health Center in Baker, WV.
Fayetteville Bicycle Pedestrian Action Committee: Install bicycle maintenance stations and covered informational kiosk at the Fayetteville Town Park to include mapped 5k route and trail system information.
Friends of the Cheat, Inc.: Build and install up to 20 bicycle racks designed by local artists and placed in locations connecting Preston County towns to existing and upcoming bicycle friendly trails.
Kermit PK-8: Create a nature themed walking trail at the Kermit PK-8 school grounds in Kermit, WV to include wayfinding and informational signage and tables and benches along the trail.
Morris Creek Watershed: Install wayfinding and educational signs along a 2-mile trail in Montgomery, WV.
Nature’s Mountain Classroom: Creation of an “Adventure Library” that will provide well maintained bikes, helmets and instruction to schools throughout Pocahontas County, WV.
Ohio County WVU Extension Service: Create Active Pathways for community members to be active in outdoor settings in locations across the Wheeling, WV and Ohio County
Ranson Community Gardens: Complete and upgrade the trail at Evitts Run Park including adding wayfinding and informational signage, and plants and trees to connect Downtown Charlestown to the Ranson Community Gardens.
Roane General Hospital: Restore the “Ambrosia Walking Trail” located on the hospital property in Spencer, WV and encourage use through the community wellness program, “Prescription for Your Health”.
WVSU Extension Service: Encourage physical activity opportunities throughout Montgomery and Smithers, WV by installing bicycle racks at four different locations and using a mobile splash pad and disc golf elements at community events and spaces.