Stony Burk, who gave up so many of his holiday weekends to drive 200 miles from New Hampshire, to host the open access dates at Jerimoth Hill when access was in question, received the Vin Hoeman Award for his efforts during the North Carolina convention in 2006.
In addition to his efforts in Rhode Island, Stony has also created the sign project for our project on Taum Sauk and numerous other projects. He never complains. How is that possible!
The photo above shows him explaining the Rhode Island situation. The photo below shows him receiving the award from Don Holmes at the Taylor Ranch.