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This past November, I ran my first marathon, the St. Luke’s D&L RaceFest Marathon.

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In 2024, DLNHC encourages you to do some exploration! It’s time to break some routines or even incorporate new ones.

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Tiffany Serra joined Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (DLNHC) in November of 2023 as the Trails and Conservation Associate. “Having studied geology, I’m excited to continue to the work of conserving our historical ties…

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This past season, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (DLNHC) and Get Your Tail on the Trail (GYTOT) tried something new with the support of St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN): Health & Heritage Walks!  …

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Start the new year in nature with a First Day Hike near you.   First Day Hikes are part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors. As part…

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Cyclists, runners, walkers and others may typically think of the D&L Trail as a great place to spend time during the spring, summer, and fall months only. Here at the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage…

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Learn about seasonal, staff, D&L Trail, and interactive map updates in this blog.

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To celebrate the success of our matching challenge, we wanted to share the generous faces behind this initiative – Pat and Sandy Corpora.

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As Giving Season approaches, thousands of businesses prepare for Small Business Saturday. This feature highlights a family-owned hardware store!

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Volunteering with DLNHC Written by Lon Snowden Volunteering benefits our neighbors and the broader community. On a personal level it can be intellectually stimulating and lead to new learning, while expanding our social network through…

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An Island in the Atlantic Growing up in Manhattan meant Rebecca Hayden was never a stranger to the impacts industry has on our waterways. Spending her childhood primarily along the Hudson River in New York…

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After 2.5 years of coordinating some amazing D&L Trail thru-rides for others, I decided enough was enough and planned to take one myself!

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