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Post by: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Education Coordinator You check the weather, pack everything you need to get you through the day, double and triple check your emergency supplies, layer your clothing for the conditions,…

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Post by: Martha Capwell Fox, Archives & Museum Coordinator “Collect them all.” It’s probably the most persuasive advertising phrase in our language. But did you know that one of the earliest adopters of that approach…

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Do you spend time walking, running or biking on the Delaware Canal section of the D&L Trail? Are you a business owner, homeowner or municipal leader located along the Delaware Canal section of the D&L…

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Next week the D&L’s Dinner & Auction will take place for the second year on Thursday, April 28th at 6pm. If you haven’t sent in your RSVP, you will want to do that now-there are…

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Get involved in the preservation of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor’s 165 miles of trail, home to hundreds of natural and historic resources. These sites are connected by the route that anthracite coal…

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Do you spend time walking, running or biking on the D&L Trail? Are you a business owner located along the D&L Trail? Do you have an interest in the D&L Trail and its future? If you…

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Post by: Elissa Garofalo, D&L President/Executive Director “D&L” means different things to different people. There are many different ways find your special place in the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and there are many…

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9 Reasons why being a D&L volunteer is awesome…                …it’s really ok to ask “what’s in it for me?” when asked to donate your time! You are working…

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Guest post by: Mike Burnside, D&L Board Member Since you are viewing the D&L web site, it is very likely that you know what “geocaching” is all about, because people who love geocaching also love…

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Guest post by Gary Blockus, January 29, 2016 A lot of people hate the snow, and the 31.7-inch near blizzard that hit the Lehigh Valley last Saturday is a pretty good reason why. But my…

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The summer of 2015 was filled with canal boat cruises, a summer camp for kids, Get Your Tail on the Trail events, and the opening of a new exhibit gallery in the National Canal Museum. Children attending Kids Canal…

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Immigration and the refugee crises have been in the news recently, but these familiar stories are woven throughout America’s past, too, as waves of immigrants left their countries for the promise of a new life in a new land. Two of this summer’s…

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