One million people, and One Future.

The South Mountain Partnership brings people together across geo-political and sectorial boundaries to highlight the importance of our landscape and take action to secure its future.

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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January 23
Workshop: How Watershed Groups can Work with Municipalities to Have a Greater Impact
Watershed groups across the South Mountain region have made great strides in protecting and improving water quality, keeping riparian areas as...

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January 15
Student Communications Intern
The South Mountain Partnership seeks a student communications intern to fill a part-time (10 hours per week) position from February 2019 – December 2019 that will assist the Director, Leadership...

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September 5
South Mountain Partnership Trails Workshop: Building Strong Community Connections
Registration is now closed for the South Mountain Partnership Trails Workshop: Building Strong Communities Connections. This one day workshop took place at...

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Upcoming Events All
Workshop: How Watershed Groups can Work with Municipalities to Have a Greater Impact
Speakers Series: Creating the Appalachian Trail in the South
Speakers Series: Barn Survey Volunteer Training
  • This Is Where I Live Read Essay

    Where Two Trails Meet: A Photo Essay     This is where I live, work, and play. I enjoy and…

  • This is Where I Live Read Essay

    Have you ever eaten a handful of blueberries so fresh that they’re still warm from the sun?

  • 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.