Scott Jones, left, president of the Colorado OHV Coalition, presented Katelin Cook, right, the director of economic development for Rio Blanco County, with an “Award of Special Recognition,” honoring Rio Blanco for the high quality of its Wagon Wheel Trails Program. The award was presented at an OHV workshop this summer.

Agencies working for countywide trail plan

RBC I Dozens of people attended the public meetings in Rangely and Meeker last week to discuss a master trails plan for Rio Blanco County. The plan, once carried out, would give residents and visitors access to approximately 1,000 miles of trails for motorized and non-motorized use county-wide.