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Archive for: September 2020 posts

By Lauren Golden, Trail & Stewardship Manager On August 18th, the D&L, North Catasauqua Borough, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission and Northampton and Lehigh Counties came together for a virtual Town Hall to discuss the first projects that will go…

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By Claire Sadler, Deputy Director At the D&L, we like to refer to the D&L Trail as the spine of the five-county corridor. In each of the regions, a network of trails and communities connect…

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By Brian Greene, Director of Trails & Conservation With the cooler fall weather, it is a great time to get out and explore the D&L Trail.  I’m getting phone calls and emails from people near…

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By Geoff Merz, Program Coordinator In this new section of Dirt on the Trail, we highlight – one by one –the landowners of the various sections of the D&L Trail. Without their support and great efforts, the trail would…

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By Miranda Alvarez, Community Engagement Manager  Making the big move  As picturesque, historic, and altogether charming as the D&L Heritage Corridor’s Jim Thorpe might be, it’s an unlikely destination for someone leaving a life behind…

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By Kimara Hutton, Guest Blog Writer I don’t know about you, but when I am out for a walk or a ride on a beautiful D&L trail next to a serene canal breathing in fresh…

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Where: Riverview Park – 1391 Lehigh Dr. Easton, PA 18045 When: Saturday Sept. 26th 9:30AM – 11:15AM What: Join this ride on the D&L Trail on Bike Your Park Day. This ride will travel through…

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Where: Forks of the Delaware Trailhead in Easton, PA When: Saturday Sept. 19th 9:00AM – 12:30PM What: Join the D&L Trail Tenders as we help give back to the D&L Trail.  Volunteers will pick-up trash…

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