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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor congratulates our Member Month prize winners: Janet and Jed Starner, of Lehighton. The Starners are now the proud owners of a Specialized Crosstrail Bike, courtesy of Dn’A Bikes…

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With miles and miles of flat and wide trail, the D&L Trail is ideally suited for bike rides – especially long ones.  Therefore, it is no surprise that biking is the most popular activity on…

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Where: Freemansburg Canal Education Center – Park at grassy area next to D&L Trail. From Main street in Freemansburg turn onto Lockhouse Rd (near Willow Grove Hotel) and make first right onto gravel drive that…

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Where: D&L Trail – North Catasauqua Trailhead – Park behind the North Catasauqua Public Works Department (1460 Main St. Catasauqua) When: Saturday, July 21 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. What: Join the D&L Trail Tenders…

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Building the D&L Trail is like a huge, very complicated jigsaw puzzle. Think about it for a moment… we are re-connecting a 190 year old transportation system that has been disturbed by railroads, highways, modern municipal services, multiple landowners and (sometimes) neglect.

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Students from throughout the region are learning about what life was more than 175 years ago.

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Where: Sand Island- meet between the playground and basketball courts  – River St. Bethlehem PA 18018 When: Sunday May 6, 2018 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. What: Join the Trail Tenders of the Lehigh Valley…

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Now that spring has finally arrived, consider helping the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor get ready for Founder’s Day, as well as the 2018 canal boat and National Canal Museum season.

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On a warm, mid-March afternoon, Hugh and his daughter, Kathleen, decided to visit the building in hopes of finding out more about their familial ties to Easton. Their journey, 10 years in the making, unfurled a tapestry of cross-continent connections to the D&L.

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By Elissa Garofalo, Executive Director To paraphrase the great Albert Einstein, a number in and by itself has no significance and only deserves the designation by virtue of its being a member of a group…

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Come out to help the D&L clean up Easton’s Hugh Moore Park, home of the National Canal Museum and the D&L Trail.

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Francey Burke, like many others, is an avid user of the D&L Trail. But her love of the trail extends beyond logging miles or sightseeing.

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