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Delaware & Lehigh - Message from the President: Partners Make Connections Happen

Connecting the D&L Trail is about partnerships:  large government organizations, passionate individuals who bring their whole selves to their work, and everyone in between.  These valuable collaborations will make linking the final 12% of our…

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Blog Post By: Pat Stephens, D&L GIS Analyst I should start, and be honest, by admitting that I wouldn’t call what I do training. When the weather is nice, I have the free time, and…

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Post by: Claire Sadler, D&L Director, Trails & Conservation I tend to be categorized as a busy, always on the move person but ironically, that means I have to try harder to reserve time for exercise….

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Education Coordinator Did you know that Thomas Jefferson called coffee “the favorite drink of the civilized world?” When it comes to important drinks of U.S. history, coffee just…

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Guest Blog Post by: Ed Eppler, D&L Heritage Half Marathon Race Director It’s simple really. I like to run. Actually I love to run. Sometimes I’m a cyclist, or gym rat, or cross country skier,…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, on behalf of its partner landowners, would like to notify the public of the following trail closures due to current construction of the Carbon County Connectivity Project. The…

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October 21, 22, 28 & 29 For four nights only, Hugh Moore Park unleashes its darkest secrets. Join us for the 3nd annual Haunted Hugh Moore Park organized by City of Easton, National Canal Museum, and…

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The D&L will celebrate the National Park Service (NPS) Centennial this month. Established by Congress in 1988, the D&L it is one of 49 National Heritage Areas in the U.S. that tell the vibrant story of…

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, D&L Communciations & Education Coordinator Endurance races have always captured my imagination. Little wonder that the Tour de France – with its steep mountain climbs, breathtaking descents and fans with…

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Guest Post by: Lincoln Steward On June 25th and 26th, Lincoln Steward and Scott Pretti rode almost all of the D&L Trail’s 165 miles from Bristol to Glen Summit AND BACK in one continuous ride. This…

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Guest Post by: Lincoln Steward On June 25th and 26th, Lincoln Steward and Scott Pretti rode almost all of the D&L Trail’s 165 miles from Bristol to Glen Summit AND BACK in one continuous ride. This…

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Guest Post by: Lincoln Steward On June 25th and 26th, Lincoln Steward and Scott Pretti rode almost all of the D&L Trail’s 165 miles from Bristol to Glen Summit AND BACK in one continuous ride. This…

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