Event Registrations

August 7th Trail Day at Jones Bridge

This month we will be doing corridor clearing, and other trail work.  With so much rain over the past several weeks the trails have become overgrown and could use a clipping.  The park will provide the necessary training, gloves and tools to get the job done.  Please wear long pants and closed toe shoes and you may want to throw a rain jacket in your bag.  The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy has partnered with Coca Cola to provide cold drinks at the end of the day.  Please RSVP with David Thomas if you will plan on attending.

Bike VIP Training

We re looking for volunteers that would be interested in being out on their bikes to represent the park.  Bike VIP’s are there to help, educate the public, report issues and just be visible in the park.  On completion of the class you will receive a Bike VIP Shirt that should be worn when preforming these duties.

Please RSVP with Dave if interested in attending this class.

david_a_thomas@nps.gov

CNPC Picnic in the Park

Join us for Picnic in the Park on June 12th!

Gather and celebrate our local national park and the

community that supports it.

Enjoy cool drinks, games, music and more.  FREE and open to the public; registration is limited and required to attend

Don’t miss the RAFFLE! 

When registering please purchase a raffle ticket for a chance to win REI and CNPC merchandise! Buy multiple tickets, since all proceeds go to CNPC to support the park you love.  

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Thank you for our Sponsor REI Coop

And to SweetWater Brewing Company for providing the cool beverages.

Corporate Outing with Atlanta Gaslight

Corporate outing with the EPA

Corporate Outing with Xylem

CPR/First Aid Class

We will be hosting a CPR/First Aid Class for VIP’s.

Please RSVP with Dave if interested in attending this class, space is limited.

david_a_thomas@nps.gov

Crayfish Creek Restoration

We will continue to work on the Crayfish Creek restoration project by planting native species along the creek banks   These plants will help to stabilize the bank and prevent erosion.

Please wear appropriate clothing and you may want to wear waterproof boots as we will be crossing the creek to work on both banks.

 

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Crayfish Creek Restoration, March 5th

We will continue to work on the Crayfish Creek restoration project by We will be planting perennials and shrubs along the rehabilitated bank.

Please wear appropriate clothing and you may want to wear waterproof boots as we will be crossing the creek to work on both banks.

Please register at the Crayfish Creek Web Site: https://crayfishcreek.org/

Please RSVP to David Thomas

December 4th Trail Day

Please join us for our first Saturday trail day at the park.  We will be preforming trail maintenance may including cleaning drains, rerouting trails, picking up trash, clearing blow downs or other activities in the park.  Exact meeting address and location will be distributed by the park prior to the event.

Island Ford Habitat Restoration Workday at the Pollinator Garden

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy has partnered with the Georgia Audubon to rejuvenate the area in front of the Visitor’s center into a pollinator garden.  Work will be supervised by the Audubon Society but we need your help.

Connect with the Georgia Audubon staff to learn the importance of Native plants and habitat for birds and other wildlife while helping to remove non-native weeds and other undesirable species from the garden space.

We plan to meet outside of the Hewlett Lodge/Visitor Center of the Island Ford Unit of CRNRA (8800 Roberts Drive, Sandy Springs, GA 30350). There are parking spots available just outside the garden area, near the lodge/visitor center. CRNRA requires a $5 daily parking fee or the purchase of a $40 annual pass. The pollinator garden we will be working in is located just outside of the Lodge/Visitor Center. Please note, that there are restrooms that should be available for use inside the building.
 
What to bring?
  • Water
  • Dress according to the weather and the work being done; chance of encountering poison ivy, insects, arachnids, etc.
  • Close-toed shoes – boots recommended
  • Recommended but not required: sunglasses, binoculars (it’s a great spot for birding!)
We have a limited amount of equipment, so if you are able to bring any of the following to use for yourself, that would be appreciated, however, we will have some extra for you to use.
  • Work/garden gloves
  • Hand shovel/trowel
What to expect?
After introductions, we will go over the specific tasks we will be working on in the garden and what makes a native pollinator garden so special and good for birds/the environment. The work will largely consist of weeding out invasive and undesirable plants from the space and tidying things up.

June 6th Trail Day (Canceled)

Due to the Covid 19 Virus the June 16th Trail Day has been canceled.

June VIP Meeting (Canceled)

May 16th Columns Drive Trail Day (Canceled)

Due to social isolation guidelines the May 16th Trail Day has been canceled.  Please feel free to get out on the trails at your favorite unit and let us know the condition of the trails.

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive CANCELED

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive, April 16th

we will be working along side volunteers from MTB Atlanta and GE this month so extra trail leads would be appreciated.

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Columns Drive, January 2022

We will continue our work on the 7 mile multi-use trail system within the Cochran Shoals Unit.  Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will direct you to the volunteer parking area so please do not park in the public parking lot.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at East Palisades

Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

Parking at the Indian Trail Lot is very limited, please do not park on entry road or street.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Gold Branch

Work may include clearing clearing of drains to remove water from the trail service, rock armoring to reinforce areas of the trail that are low and are become slick with mud.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

Parking at the Gold Branch Lot is very limited, please do not park on entry road or street.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Monthly Trail Day at Vickery Creek

This month we will be doing general trail maintenance.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

We will meet at the Trailhead parking at the Old Roswell Mill 95 Mill Street, Roswell, GA 30075.  On a nice day the parking lot fills up quickly so please arrive early.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

New Volunteer Orientation

This will be an orientation to the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area’s Volunteer in the park program. We will be reviewing the VIP handbook and will be answering questions about how to Volunteer in the Park.

Please RSVP to David Thomas if you would like to join the class.

Dave Thomas 
Volunteer Coordinator 
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area 
770.318.9387 | david_a_thomas@nps.gov

November 6th Trail Day

Please join us for our first Saturday trail day at the park.  We will be preforming trail maintenance may including cleaning drains, rerouting trails, picking up trash, clearing blow downs or other activities in the park.  Exact meeting address and location will be distributed by the park prior to the event.

October 2nd Trail Day at Gold Branch

Please join us for our first Saturday trail day at the park.  We will be preforming trail maintenance may including cleaning drains, rerouting trails, picking up trash, clearing blow downs or other activities in the park.  Exact meeting address and location will be distributed by the park prior to the event.

Outing with Mount Zion

Pollinator Garden Workday at Island Ford

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy have partnered with Georgia Audubon to rejuvenate the area in front of the Visitor Center into a pollinator garden.  Work will be supervised by Georgia Audubon but we need your help.

Connect with the Georgia Audubon staff to learn the importance of native plants and habitats for birds and other wildlife while helping to remove non-native weeds and other undesirable species from the garden space.

We plan to meet outside of the Visitor Center of the Island Ford unit of CRNRA (8800 Roberts Drive, Sandy Springs, GA 30350). There are parking spots available just outside the garden area, near the Visitor Center. CRNRA requires a $5 daily parking fee or the purchase of a $40 annual pass. The pollinator garden we will be working in is located just outside of the Visitor Center. Please note, that there are restrooms  available for use inside the building.
 
What to bring?
  • Water
  • Dress according to the weather and the work being done; chance of encountering poison ivy, insects, arachnids, etc.
  • Close-toed shoes – boots recommended
  • Recommended but not required: sunglasses, binoculars (it’s a great spot for birding!)
We have a limited amount of equipment, so if you are able to bring any of the following to use for yourself, that would be appreciated, however, we will have some extra for you to use.
  • Work/garden gloves
  • Hand shovel/trowel
What to expect?
After introductions, we will go over the specific tasks we will be working on in the garden and what makes a native pollinator garden so special and good for birds/the environment. The work will largely consist of weeding out invasive and undesirable plants from the space and tidying things up.

Pollinator Garden Workday at Island Ford

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy have partnered with Georgia Audubon to rejuvenate the area in front of the Visitor Center into a pollinator garden.  Work will be supervised by Georgia Audubon but we need your help.

Connect with the Georgia Audubon staff to learn the importance of native plants and habitats for birds and other wildlife while helping to remove non-native weeds and other undesirable species from the garden space.

We plan to meet outside of the Visitor Center of the Island Ford unit of CRNRA (8800 Roberts Drive, Sandy Springs, GA 30350). There are parking spots available just outside the garden area, near the Visitor Center. CRNRA requires a $5 daily parking fee or the purchase of a $40 annual pass. The pollinator garden we will be working in is located just outside of the Visitor Center. Please note, that there are restrooms  available for use inside the building.
 
What to bring?
  • Water
  • Dress according to the weather and the work being done; chance of encountering poison ivy, insects, arachnids, etc.
  • Close-toed shoes – boots recommended
  • Recommended but not required: sunglasses, binoculars (it’s a great spot for birding!)
We have a limited amount of equipment, so if you are able to bring any of the following to use for yourself, that would be appreciated, however, we will have some extra for you to use.
  • Work/garden gloves
  • Hand shovel/trowel
What to expect?
After introductions, we will go over the specific tasks we will be working on in the garden and what makes a native pollinator garden so special and good for birds/the environment. The work will largely consist of weeding out invasive and undesirable plants from the space and tidying things up.

RIVER VIP TRAINING CLASS

Sweep the Hooch

The CRNRA Volunteers will be participating in Sweep the Hooch. Please register for Sweep the Hooch at the following Web site:

Sweep the Hooch

Trail Crew Leader Class

Space is limited, please RSVP with Dave ASAP to secure your spot.

The Trail Crew Leader training course is a two‐day course (you must attend both days) for any volunteer that wants to learn the basic technical trail work skills to lead a crew. It will cover natural surface trail design, construction, maintenance and crew leader training. The focus is long term sustainability that can reduce overall maintenance needs and user impacts on natural resources. Trail crew leaders should have a strong commitment to building sustainable trails and get satisfaction out of helping others have a good time while doing good work.

The class will be held outside on the deck at the Jones Bridge Environmental Education Center. We will be following the CDC guidelines (social distancing and masks will be required. 
 
Saturday: Trail Design, Layout and Construction class
9:00-12:00 Indoor classroom session
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-4:00 Outdoor field session
 
Sunday: Trail Maintenance and Crew Leader Training class
9:00-12:00 Indoor classroom session
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-4:00 Outdoor field session
 
Space is limited, please RSVP with Dave ASAP to secure your spot.

Trail Day at East Palisades, May 7th

Join us for a trail day at East Palisades, we will be working on drains and closing social trails.

Trail Day at Gold Branch

Join us for National Trail Day at Gold Branch, we will be working on drains and closing social trails.

More details to come…

Trail Day at Paces Mill, April 2nd

Join us for a trail day at West Palisades, we will be working on drains and closing social trails.

UPDATED April Monthly Trail Day

We will be doing some trail closures and other trail maintenance.

Please wear appropriate clothing including long pants and closed toed shoes that work in wet and muddy conditions.  The park will provide all necessary tools and work gloves for the event.

CDC Covid-19 guidelines will be followed regarding face-masks, small groups and social distancing.  Please wear an appropriate face-mask for the work being done.

Please RSVP to David Thomas

Virtual Trail Blazer Meeting

The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy will be hosting the April Trail Blazer meeting. Please join us to get updates on what has been going on at the park and our plans moving forward.

This will be a virtual meeting using the ZOOM platform we are limited to 100 attendees so please log in a few minutes early to grab a spot.

Here are the call in details:

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VIRTUAL VIP MEETING April 14th 7:00 PM

Hello Trailblazers, this month’s meeting will be an important one. We are giving you the option to come in person to Island Ford or to participate on Microsoft Teams. Matt Josey, the park planner, will be presenting the new Trail Management Plan for the park. As volunteers at the park and frequent trail users, your input to this plan is critical. This is the final public comment period and once we get through this, the plan will become complete. Matt will be giving us an overview of the plan itself and show you how you can access the plan to make your comments. Please remember, that this meeting is not to make comments about the plan. What Matt will be showing us is how we can make comments on our own about the plan after the meeting. 

 
If you are joining in teams, please use the chat feature to ask questions or comment. The audio is poor in the conference room here at Island Ford. In the March meeting, we had some issues with people trying to sign in, if you do have problems, it will give you a choice to sign in as a guest, use that option. The link to join the meeting is below. Hope to see you there.

Click to Join the Teams Meeting

Dave Thomas 
Volunteer Coordinator 
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area 
770.318.9387 | david_a_thomas@nps.gov

VIRTUAL VIP MEETING MARCH 10th

Please join us on Microsoft Teams for a Virtual VIP meeting on March 10th from 7 to 9 PM.  We will be using the Microsoft Teams platform for the meeting, if you are unfamiliar with Teams please watch this short video on how to join the meeting as a guest.  HOW TO JOIN MS TEAMS AS A GUEST

To join the meeting please follow the link below:
Join conversation

If you are unable to join the meeting we will email out the notes of the meeting afterwards.

Volunteer at the Picnic at the Park

If you would like to volunteer to help with the Picnic in the park we could use your help with.  Please contact Martha Seabrook at martha.seabrook@chattahoocheeparks.org.

We will need help with different tasks including parking guides, setup, and tear-down.

VOLUNTEER MEETING

Hello Trailblazers, this month’s meeting will be a hybrid VIP meeting.  We will be meeting in person at Island Ford and presenting virtually on Microsoft Teams.  
Microsoft Teams meeting
Join on your computer or mobile app

 

Dave Thomas 
Volunteer Coordinator 
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area 
770.318.9387 | david_a_thomas@nps.gov

VOLUNTEER MEETING

Hello Trailblazers, this month’s meeting will be a hybrid VIP meeting.  We will be meeting in person and presenting on Microsoft Teams.  

Microsoft Teams meeting
Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting

 

Dave Thomas 
Volunteer Coordinator 
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area 
770.318.9387 | david_a_thomas@nps.gov

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.

Please check back for more details.

Volunteer Trail Day at Abbotts Bridge

Please join us for a regularly scheduled volunteer trail day.  We will be working at Abbots Bridge doing routine trail maintenance including heavy corridor clearing.  Please wear long pants and closed toed shoes, the briars could be thick.

No experience is necessary, we will have tools and gloves for everyone.

 

Volunteer with Delaware North