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One million people, and One Future.
 
The South Mountain Partnership brings people together across geopolitical and sectoral 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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November 25
Press Release: Give the Gift of Health and Wealth by Becoming a Friend of the South Mountain Partnership
As you give thanks this November and wrap up your holiday shopping in December, consider supporting the South Mountain Partnership through a membership or donation to the Friends of the...

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November 24
Press Release: Your Municipality’s Role in Climate Planning Highlighted in Ongoing Community Forums
Boiling Springs, PA – Changing climate has caused and will continue to cause impacts to public health, infrastructure, emergency services, and major economic contributors like agriculture, tourism, and recreation. On...

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October 2
September/October 'Around South Mountain' e-Newsletter Now Available
News and a schedule of events that will 1. Improve your understanding of the South Mountain landscape – our shared region and home; 2. Evolve your understanding of land development...

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Upcoming Events All
Geoheritage and Research Initiatives Webinar
New Approaches to Connect Forest Landowners to Voluntary Offset Revenue Webinar
Responses of non-native species to climatic change and their implications for management Webinar
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    Where Two Trails Meet: A Photo Essay     This is where I live, work, and play. I enjoy and…

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

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    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…

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

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

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