Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Register Now! South Mountain Partnership Fall Meeting Sept. 17 - Bringing Climate Issues To The Local Level

Registration is now open for the
South Mountain Partnership Fall meeting to be held September 17 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon at the Furnace Stack Pavilion, Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Gardners, Adams County

This Fall, the Partnership is responding to the region’s need for more knowledge about changing climate. 

The changing climate can be an overwhelming issue and we will translate this big issue into local understanding, impacts, and actions. Collectively, there is power in taking action how we can, where we can. 

Regionally, we can make an impact that will protect and strengthen our quality of life, environment, and sustainable economic development goals. 

Diverse speakers will cover how the changing climate is likely to affect us and actions already being taken by local governments, organizations, and individuals in the South Mountain region.

Following the event there will be an optional lunch and tour of the Appalachian Trail Museum. A boxed Lunch is available for $12, you must select this option during registration, you are also welcome to bring a bag lunch. Please also consider signing up for a tour of the AT Museum during registration.

Click Here to register and for all the details.

The South Mountain Partnership celebrates the landscape of Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, and York counties.

For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the South Mountain Partnership website.  Sign up for regular updates from the Partnership (bottom of the webpage).

Find out more about Friends of South Mountain Partnership.

             Visit DCNR’s Conservation Landscape Initiatives webpage for more on similar programs around Pennsylvania.

[Posted: August 18, 2021] PA Environment Digest

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