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Minsi Lake Corridor Greenway Stewardship Plan On the afternoon of May 12, a group of Lehigh Valley Greenways partners slowed to a halt behind their guide in an empty field at Gerald E. Seyfried Bear…

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by Mandy Tolino, D&L Trails & Conservation Director I am filled with joy and anticipation as the holidays inch closer and I feel the sense of renewal that a new year brings.  As the new Director of Trails and Conservation I recently visited the Black Diamond and Bristol…

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by Liz Rosencranz, Trail & Stewardship Manager The 14 mile Lehigh Valley Gap that spans both the east and the west sides of the Lehigh River saw significant progression during 2021!  Construction continues for the Northampton and…

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As the D&L Trail expands through the Anthracite Region and Lehigh Valley, the influx of activity will generate positive economic impact on more businesses and communities. Designed for local businesses, municipal leaders, and neighborhood groups, this…

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EASTON (October 18), Get your creativity flowing! For the past two years, the National Canal Museum has been home to a special exhibition, “Where Creativity Flows: Two Centuries of Art Inspired by Our Canals.” To honor the final days of this exhibit,…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members: Tim Cramer, filling the role of Facilities and Infrastructure Manager, and Gianna Caruso in the position of…

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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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The work of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) is made possible by our staff and board of directors. Recently, the D&L has filled two critical roles and welcomed two new board members….

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The violent actions that occurred in Washington, D.C., yesterday were such an affront to many of our organization’s central beliefs that we are compelled to provide our perspective and condemnation. As news unraveled of the assault to the U.S. Capitol Building…

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Join us in welcoming Whitney Davison and Kathleen Ward to the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor team. These new members of the team fill critical roles in our operations. As a result, we are…

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By Daphne Mayer, Director of Museum & Education There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a tough year. We at the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the National Canal Museum have faced a…

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In our second interactive town hall, part of our “Closing the Gaps” series, we gathered community leaders and trail users alike to discuss our critical Lehigh Valley Gap. This seven mile gap presents unique challenges,…

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