About

Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI)

Mission

Facilitate the development of non-motorized recreational pathways, linking them to a growing network of Michigan trails.  We will do this by creating awareness, raising funds, and coordinating efforts of individuals, civic groups, local businesses, and government entities.

Vision

Healthy, active, and connected communities

Who Benefits

Individuals, families, visitors, and businesses will enjoy the benefits of access to new non-motorized pathways that promote outdoor recreation, health, environmental and cultural preservation, and economic development.

Who We Are

The Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative is a non-profit volunteer organization partnering with the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission, the Michigan Fitness Foundation, and the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation to develop and expand non-motorized pathways that connect into Michigan’s growing trail network.

Board of Directors

Charles Borgsdorf
Jonathan Bulkley
Mike Casey
Reiley Curran
Mark Drow
Tim Eder
Peter Feeney
Bart Hammer
Jeff Hardcastle
David Hardcastle
Catherine Juon
Marc Keezer
Lew Kidder
Becky Murillo
Allan Newman
Al Pease
Matt Pegouskie
Greg Peter
Ray Pittman
Peter Sanderson
Erik Stalhandske
Christine Stead
Robert Stephens
Melissa Sundermann
Jan Turner
Terry Turner
Coy Vaughn
Paul Wiklanski
Doug Worthington

Executive Committee

Jeff Hardcastle – Chair
Tim Eder – Vice Chair
Susan Faulkner – Executive Director (non-voting member)
Lew Kidder
Al Neuman
Peter Sanderson
Erik Stalhandske
Christine Stead

HWPI Employees

Susan Faulkner – Executive Director
Anne Seyferth – Development Assistant

Bylaws of the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative

Read the current bylaws, adopted in July, 2015 (PDF)