Volunteer Positions Available on Oklahoma Trails Advisory Board

The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department is seeking applications to fill five vacant volunteer positions for the Oklahoma Trails Advisory Board (OTAB).

The OTAB consists nine members representing a variety of recreational trail interests throughout Oklahoma. The board was created by legislation under the Recreational Trails Program. Members of the board are primarily responsible for advising the state Tourism Department on the selection of grant awards.

Applications are being accepted five board positions: bicycle/mountain biking, equestrian, hiking, disabled accessibility and at-large (involved with at least two trail uses).

“The application process is open to everyone, but to be chosen an individual must be a trail user and knowledgeable in one of several related areas,” said Susan Henry, grants administrator for the Tourism Department.

For an application, contact susan.henry@travelok.com.

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