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Delaware & Lehigh - Restoring Native Plant Communities in the Corridor

Archive for: August 2012 posts

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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