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June 6
May/June "Around South Mountain" 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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June 3
Advocate for Growing Greener III
There is a proposal in the Pennsylvania General Assembly called Growing Greener 3. It would invest $500 million in: conservation of open space and farmland, clean water initiatives, upgrades in...

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June 3
Take Action: Energy Efficiency in Your Home!
This post was written by South Mountain Partnership Program Subcommittee member Ronald Grim. Learn from Ron, a certified "Green" Realtor, how energy efficiencies within your home are easy to do,...

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Upcoming Events All
Caledonia Arts & Crafts Fair | July 9, 2022
Land Conservancy of Adams County Summer Picnic
Woodsy Owl Weekend Volunteer Day at Pine Grove Furnace

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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.
 
 
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