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In Search of New Trails: Celebrating 12 years at the PNTA with Tryg Culp

This December, after 12 years of dedicated service with the PNTA, Trygve Culp will be retiring from his position as the Eastern Washington Regional Coordinator. Join us as we celebrate his legacy.
Tryg Culp is a formidable man. With his cowboy boots and Stetson hat, he stands nearly 6 and a half feet tall. On a mule, well, that number swells considerably. But Culp hasn’t sp… http://pnt.org/blog/search-new-trails-celebrating-12-years-pnta-tryg-culp/