A Pennsylvania Conservation Landscape -- we are a broad coalition of partners collaborating to conserve Landscape Resources to enrich the quality of life and sense of place of the South Mountain region’s citizens and communities.

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April 24
Partnership accepting applications to its Mini-Grant Program
The South Mountain Partnership has opened a 2015 funding round for its Mini-Grant Program, and is currently accepting inquiries from interested and eligible applicants. A pre-application form is required, and must...

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April 16
Partnership to host Summit on Community Wellness
The South Mountain Partnership is hosting the "Go Local for Health" Community Wellness Summit on Friday, May 1st at the Allenberry Resort Inn & Playhouse in Boiling Springs. This regional...

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April 13
More than 60 Partners Attend Spring Partnership Meeting on April 10th
The South Mountain Partnership hosted its Spring 2015 Partnership Meeting on Friday, April 10th at the Adams County Agricultural and Natural Resources Center in Gettysburg, PA. With 60 individuals and...

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Upcoming Events All
Speakers Series – The Ethnomusicology of Snow Hill Cloister: Place in Hymn
Speakers Series – Summer in South Mountain: The Craighead Family Legacy
Speakers Series – Living on the Wind: Tracking Northern Saw-Whet Owls Migrating Along South
  • This is Where I Live Read Essay

    Replacing the noise of our built environment with the sounds of nature – the birds, the wind in the trees, the rustling of leaves underfoot, the gurgling of a mountain stream, and everything else…

  • This is Where I Live Read Essay

    Cultivated land broken by fingers of woodland reaching along creek beds, linear fruit-tree rows leading to forest-covered hilltops — it’s stunningly picturesque.

  • This is Where I Live Read Essay

    Changing hues, blazing colors and vivid sunsets making each and every moment a new experience

  • This is Where I Live Read Essay

    Watching lightning bugs lift out of the corn fields at dusk with a friend is at the top of my favorite things list.