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Written by Jeremy Ebersole, National Park Service Northeast Region Heritage Areas Communications Coordinator I was very privileged to spend a beautiful day last week getting my feet dirty and exploring the Delaware & Lehigh National…

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The second annual Delaware & Lehigh Marathon & Half Marathon will be held on Sunday, November 3, 2013. For more information or to register online, click here. HALF MARATHON Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Half-Marathon MARATHON…

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Written by Dale Freudenberger Mining History Week in Northeast Pa was celebrated the week of January 16 -23, 2013. The annual commemoration in the Anthracite Coal Region of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor…

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Written by Jeffrey Hall, D&L Intern Hello, my name is Jeffrey Hall. I am the newest intern at the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. For the next few months, I will be assisting the…

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Written by Jay Marsden We’ve come to the end of the trail in more aspects than one. This summer has been a remarkable one filled with new places, new insights, and new people and I…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, the Borough of Freemansburg, and the Bethlehem Area School District have partnered to create the Freemansburg Canal Education Center (FCEC) at the Lock 44 canal complex in Freemansburg….

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Written by Jay Marsden During my summer long journey along the D&L Trail I have covered well over 100 miles, visited countless towns along the canals, and eaten way too much pizza. But so far,…

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What is an “invasive plant”? Invasive Plants are known as “non-native” species that come from Europe, Asia, and even parts of North America that damage the native ecosystems which stop the growth and spread of…

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Trail Blog #7 Written by: Jay Marsden In the town of Upper Black Eddy I began the next leg of my journey along our corridor. Here I found a small peaceful park office and a…

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Trail Blog #6 Written by: Jay Marsden Do you know who Hugh Moore is? He has a park named after him in Easton so obviously he was someone important, right? I didn’t and obviously my…

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Trail blog #5 Written by: Jay Marsden Driving into the City of Allentown toward Canal Park was a bit different than steering toward other trailheads I have visited thus far.   To reach the D&L Trail…

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Written by Elissa Garofalo This has been a year of transition for the National Canal Museum. In January it was still located in downtown Easton. But due to Crayola’s expansion at Two Rivers Landing, the…

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