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Blog post by: Emily Dings, D&L Assistant What kind of adventurer are you? Do you painstakingly research and plan, or would you rather go where the wind takes you? Would you prefer a casual day…

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Guest blog post by: Al Sellers, Lehighton Main Street Steering Committee Looking for a friendly respite on your trail ride? You won’t go wrong by visiting the Lehighton Spur of the D&L Trail. Prepare yourself…

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By Emily Dings, D&L Assistant What does 165 miles look like? Sometimes we hear that 165 feels like an intimidating number of miles for a Tail on the Trail challenge. After all, isn’t that about…

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By Lauren Golden, Trails and Stewardship Manager With a background in preservation, I often talk about the D&L Trail as one big adaptive reuse project. In layman’s terms, we are not building “new trail” but…

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By Brian Greene, Director of Trails and Conservation and Data Scientist  When going out on the D&L Trail recently you might have had a common thought: “Wow, there are a lot of people out on…

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By Miranda Alvarez, Community Engagement Manager As the United States confronts visceral issues of inequity and racial injustice, organizations and industries hasten to look at their own operations to secure their spot on the right…

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By Patrick Hunt, Trail Coordinator The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) is excited to announce the 2020 Lehigh Valley Greenways (LVG) Mini Grant recipients. This year, LVG proudly awards 11 mini grants. LVG…

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On Monday, June 15, the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor hosted its first interactive town hall with speakers Elissa Garofalo, Executive Director, Michael Drabenstott, Board Chair, and special guest Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn of…

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Like our colleagues across America, we at the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor have been challenged and chastened by the events of the past few months. In online team meetings, we’ve asked ourselves how…

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As a nonprofit organization, the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor relies on the generosity of people like you. We simply couldn’t do our vital trail work or run our signature programs without you. Your…

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Blog post by: Emily Dings, D&L Assistant The Earth could be forgiven for wondering where the party was this year. On the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, millions of Americans mobilized on behalf of…

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By Emily Dings, D&L Assistant If you signed up for an organized run or walk taking place between March and May, you’ve likely already received some disappointing news: due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s no…

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