Martin Hackworth

Martin Hackworth

2017, Advocate

Martin Hackworth is the Executive Director of the Blue Ribbon Coalition, a public lands organization with roots in Idaho that have spread across the US. Founded in 1987 by ORMHOF Inductee Clark Colllins, BRC/Share Trails fights for recreation rights to public lands through their Legal Action Fund and sharetrails.org. Under Martin’s leadership, BRC/Share Trails has grown into a respected national recreation group that champions responsible use of public and private lands, and encourages individual environmental stewardship. Martin, a former Senior Lecturer of Idaho State University’s Physics Department, is an avid dirt bike rider, and founder of the 1400-mile Tour of Idaho, one of the longest and most difficult dirt bike rides in the United States.

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