THE LETORT A Limestone Legacy - June 30th at Cumberland County Historical Society
This is a unique opportunity to learn about the Letort as a natural resource, recreational resource, and cultural resource. In collaboration with Cumberland County Historical Society & Central Pennsylvania Conservancy. Free and Open to the Public.
Introducing the South Mountain Region Capacity Building Initiative
The South Mountain region is embarking on an adventure... to increase our collective and individual grassroots capacity through this initiative. Read more...
Join Us at a 2016 Speakers Series Event!
The South Mountain Speakers Series is our annual lecture series and is a revival of the Michaux Lectures, a series of talks given by Joseph Rothrock to build public support for his work to preserve and restore Pennsylvania’s forested landscape.
Learn more about "Good for You, Good for All"
Being well, having fun, and strengthening our communities are some of the ways that local parks and recreation enhance the lives of all Pennsylvanians. It’s good for you. It’s good for all.
Watch our "This is Where We Live" Video!
The South Mountain Partnership's new short video explores the South Mountain landscape's meaning as our home and as the place where we form memories that last a lifetime - click here to watch this beautiful tribute to our home landscape!
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.
This is an executive managerial and law enforcement position dealing with the administration of Gettysburg's Planning and Zoning, Historic District and Community Development grant programs. This position also staffs the...
We already know that the great work of our Partners is making a difference by highlighting and conserving our Landscape Resources - you probably do too!
Now, other conservation organizations and professionals are noticing:
Have you ever eaten a handful of blueberries so fresh that they’re still warm from the sun?
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…
Cultivated land broken by fingers of woodland reaching along creek beds, linear fruit-tree rows leading to forest-covered hilltops — it’s stunningly picturesque.
Changing hues, blazing colors and vivid sunsets making each and every moment a new experience
Watching lightning bugs lift out of the corn fields at dusk with a friend is at the top of my favorite things list.