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Last winter, Delaware & Lehigh National Historic Corridor (D&L) was able to purchase 24 pairs of snowshoes to use for public events and to be loaned to the public in Hugh Moore Park during business…

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Where: Slatington and Walnutport  – Park at Slatington Trailhead, Main Street Slatington, PA 18080 When: Saturday Oct. 21, 2017 9:00AM – 12:30PM What: The D&L Trail Tenders are working with Northern Lehigh Recreation and the…

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The D&L is accepting applications for an enthusiastic person to join our team as a year long VISTA intern.  VISTA is an AmeriCorps program with the goal of alleviating poverty.  The D&L has partnered with…

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Guest post by Tracy Eisenreich, participant in D&L Heritage Half Marathon on November 1, 2015 #IRun4Keegan . . . That simple hashtag has changed my life. I am Tracy and I am a runner. Through…

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D&L Comment: Joelle has walked an amazing 13 half marathons! Get a veteran walker’s take on stepping it up a notch and becoming a race pacer.  Guest post by Joelle from her personal blog, Walking…

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D&L Comment: On the fence about walking 13.1 miles? You can do it! Read how Luann Cahn – author, wife, mother, blogger and cancer survivor – tamed her inner bully and walked the D&L Heritage…

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Guest post by Paul Lumia, Executive Director of North Branch Land Trust Research shows that spending time outdoors doing some physical activity increases attention spans and creative problem-solving skills by as much as 50% and…

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Guest post by Grace Wildermuth I started training for the Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Half Marathon the day after I moved to State College to start graduate school at Penn State University. I had only…

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Written by Geri Delevich, Up River Productions New Hope is a small, scenic river town nestled along the Delaware River in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Located just an hour or two away from Philadelphia, New York…

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This editorial originally appeared on Philly.com on January 10, 2010. As budget exigencies limit the ability of state and federal agencies to preserve and interpret our historic and cultural landscapes, the work of the D&L…

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