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Written by Silas Chamberlin Yesterday I attended the final project presentations for a class of Lehigh University public history graduate students. Professor Kim Carrell-Smith, who is very engaged in preserving and interpreting the history of…

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A major obstacle in the completion of the 165-mile Delaware & Lehigh (D&L) Trail is a step closer to being eliminated, thanks to a recent award that will close gaps in the trail in Lower…

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Susan Gallagher is Chief Naturalist at the Carbon County Environmental Education Center in Summit Hill, Pennsylvania. She also is one of 525 runners set to participate in the upcoming Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Marathon and…

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Check out this new video that shows portions of the course for the D&L’s first marathon and half marathon. You’ll even get a glimpse of the epic Heritage Heartbreak Hill.

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Volunteers are needed for the inaugural Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Marathon and Half-Marathon runs being held on the D&L Trail in Northampton, Lehigh and Carbon counties on October 23. The event is being organized by…

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Ilse Stoll and Cindy Kerschner have never met, yet they have many things in common. Both are wild about native plants and can rattle off their Latin names quicker than Cicero could malign a political…

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When GIS technology talks, Ray Wolf listens. He listens in Florida or New York or California, or anywhere else that Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technology is being discussed at national or regional workshops. And…

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This article previously appeared in the D&L’s e-newsletter Along the Corridor.  If you would like to receive the newsletter, please contact [email protected] The honorary Mayor and First Lady of Walnutport, Pennsylvania – Everett “Buddy” Kaul…

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Written by Silas Chamberlin During the last three weeks, I have made three trips to Philadelphia to participate in various meetings on the development of a Philadelphia Regional Trail Network.  (Yes, that means setting my…

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Written by Silas Chamberlin On Wednesday, Mayor Ed Pawlowski will announce that Allentown is an official Bird Town.  The designation comes from the Audubon Society, which oversees the partnership program.  Bird Town status recognizes the…

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Join No.9 Coal Mine and Museum this Sunday for a celebration of coal region heritage and culture.  Read below for more details. The 3rd Annual Coal Miner’s Heritage Festival is set for this Sunday July…

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