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We are so grateful to our friends who put money in a donation jar or who send us a check to support the trail and museum they love!  Did you know, you could do even…

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By Trail & Stewardship Manager Lauren Golden At long last, I am very happy to say that construction of the Lock 1 Retaining Wall and Trail (Phase II of the Mansion House Pedestrian Bridge) is…

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By Trails Programs Manager & Data Scientist, Brian Greene Saturday June 1 was this year’s National Trails Day.  Started by the American Hiking Society, National Trails Day (NTD) celebrates any muscle-powered activity on trails the…

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By D&L Director of Trails & Conservation, Claire Sadler If you have read my spring article about THE LINK, you’ll remember that last November alongside multiple regional partners, we launched the new brand for THE…

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Charles Hellings, more affectionately known around here as Chuck, takes membership with the D&L to extraordinary measures, most recently hosting the 5th Annual Remembrance Ride on the trail. This year, his Remembrance Ride raised nearly…

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By Trail and Conservation Assistant, Patrick Hunt It’s an exciting time for Get Your on the Tail on the Trail as we are  in the middle of the 165-mile challenge for both the D&L Chapter…

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  The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor just welcomed Miranda Alvarez of Easton, Pa. as Community Engagement Manager. Please give her a shout out the next time you see Miranda at a community event…

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Last summer, Dr. Andrea Armstrong, professor of Environmental Studies & Sciences at Lafayette College, and her EXCEL Scholar Jenna Ellis, conducted a survey of 408 trail users across five Lehigh Valley D&L Trail locations (DL Trail-watershed…

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Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor/ National Canal Museum Photo Contest On April 4, the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and National Canal Museum welcomed back its two favorite mules, Hank and George, to…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) seeks friendly and responsible staff members to act as hosts in the Welcome Center, the hub of activity for the National Canal Museum and Hugh Moore Park. …

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By Executive Director Elissa Garofalo Attending the second gathering of regional trail networks was an inspiration. Fifty trail building practitioners from around America convened in Bentonville, Arkansas as guests of the Walton Family Foundation. It…

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By Trail & Stewardship Manager Lauren Golden Last summer was a good example of the roller coaster ride that is trail construction. We were thrilled to finish installing the Mansion House Bridge that spans the…

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