It’s spring cleaning season!
On Saturday, volunteers will be cleaning the entire 59-mile Delaware Canal from Easton, Northampton County to Bristol Borough. The canal and towpath are often a dumping ground for users of the grounds.
The Delaware Canal Clean-Up Day will be organized is sections with area coordinators determining meeting locations from the event that will take place between 9 a.m. and noon.
Locally, the clean up will take place in Upper Makefield between Lower Makefield and New Hope.
New Hope: Lock 9 to Bowman’s Hill
Ray and Sara Altieri, Canal Tenders – 215-862-9943 or email@example.com
Solebury Township/Upper Makefield Township: Bowman’s Hill to Stoney Run Aqueduct
Nora Schenk and Central Bucks Bicycle Club, Canal Tenders
Upper Makefield Township: Stoney Run Aqueduct to Mt. Eyre Road
Gordon Heisler and Traditions Volunteers, Canal Tenders
Lower Makefield Township/Yardley: Mt. Eyre Road to Afton Avenue
Bob Ketler, Canal Tender and Yardley Friends Meeting, Canal Tenders
Anyone looking to volunteer is asked to call 215-862-2021 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast, and you miss all that you are traveling for.” –Louis L’Amour 🍂 Quiet evening on the towpath through Lower Makefield, perhaps everyone was afraid that the skies would open up again! #friendsonthetowpath #dltrail #findyourtrail #slooowrun #photoneedsarunner #runthetowpath #getoutside #delawarecanal #delawarecanalstatepark #run #igers_buckscounty #lowermakefield #yardley #canal #pennsylvania #towpath