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A Message from Mandy Happy Summer! Tuesday, June 21 was the summer solstice, the longest day of the year and the official start to summer – which means more daylight hours on the trail!   Along the…

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Summer is just around the corner, so it’s time to start planning you’re next getaway- if you haven’t already. And what better way is there to enjoy all the beauty the DLNHC has to offer…

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There are at least three places in Pennsylvania called “Coffeetown.” It’s the Coffeetown in Williams Township, Northampton County, that’s the focus of this blogpost.

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When the cherry blossoms bloom and leaves begin to reappear, we know spring is truly here. A period of growth and rebirth, April is a time to celebrate the Earth. In this month’s Journey Through the D&L blog, we highlight the Anthracite Region.  

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With trail season quickly approaching, it’s time for a refresher on the Rules of Safe Trail Use!

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On Thursday March 10, 39 representatives from local non-profits, municipalities, conservation districts, and educational institutions joined together to celebrate LVG successes.

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Before Punxsutawney Phil prophesized a long winter, we kicked off our Get Your Tail on the Trail 2022 Winter Mini-Challenge…

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A new season has arrived and getting out on the D&L Trail is great way to enjoy nature as Mother Earth awakens.  

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Housing three of the largest cities in the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, it’s no wonder there’s so much heritage and culture to explore in the Lehigh Valley! Starting off strong is the Allentown…

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Learn about Buck’s County and the role it played along the Underground Railroad.

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There is no doubt that the D&L is a sight to see throughout the warmer seasons, but the cold frost that winter brings allows a new charm to take hold as the leaves fall and the waters freeze.

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Corridor (D&LNHC) Board of Directors has named Claire Wildermuth Sadler the organization’s Executive Director after seven years with the organization. Sadler succeeds former Executive Director Elissa Garofalo, who has retired after serving the D&LNHC for more than 20 years.

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