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Delaware & Lehigh - Delaware Canal Clean Up

Come out on April 25th to give the Delaware Canal its annual spring cleaning! Activities start at 9 a.m. There are 17 different locations along the Canal from Upper Black Eddy to Bristol that are…

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The following article by Linda Jenny originally appeared on the Bucks County Herald‘s website on April 9, 2009: The Delaware River at its best is a beauty. When the waters overflow the banks and get…

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The following is a trail update from D&L Trail Steward Scott Everett: “The D & L recently signed a contract with an engineering firm to design a section of the D & L Trail in…

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How often do we get 60-degree temperatures in early March — and on a weekend, no less! Two weeks ago, I decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather and do some hiking on the Appalachian Trail…

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Charter Day is an annual celebration of William Penn’s 1681 founding of Pennsylvania. In the last 330 years, the Commonwealth has been home to many of the nation’s most influential figures and the setting of…

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A new chapter of the D&L Trail Tenders is forming in Easton, where its work will be focused primarily in the city’s Hugh Moore Park. Trail Tenders are volunteers of the Delaware & Lehigh National…

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Do you know of a motivated student looking for hands–on experience in the non-profit, historical, or environmental sector?  The D&L is now accepting applications for summer interns to participate in all facets of our work,…

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Bucks County businesses, non-profits, government officials and community supporters will gather to honor those chosen by the Landmark Towns of Bucks County as the recipients of the 1st Annual Community Achievement Awards. Recognized for the…

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When the US Congress passed the Appalachian Trail Act of 1978, advocates hoped it would permanently protect the connectivity and character of the AT for all time. Yet, as with much legislation, opponents were able…

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Although the contentious debates in Washington over the new stimulus package have rendered tangible federal aid an abstract and, skeptics might say, rather dubious prospect, it appears that some of the money might actually turn up close…

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Mark your calendars for the Second Annual St. Michael’s Cemetery Clean Up! It’s still two months away, but you won’t want to miss this great opportunity to help out in the South Bethlehem community. St….

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In 1942, during a period of wartime rationing, a Pennsylvania hiker encouraged his walking companions by reminding them that “hiking is a matter of muscles, not rubber tires and gasoline, and so we need not…

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