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Our Partners

The South Mountain Partnership is managed as a public-private partnership between the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. The true “Power of the Partnership” though resides in the network of active, engaged partners.

Adams County Conservation District
Allison-Antrim Museum, Inc.
Appalachian Trail Museum
C.S. Davidson, Inc.
Campbell Thomas & Co.
Capital Resource Conservation & Development
Central Pennsylvania Conservancy
Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation/Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau
Cumberland County Historical Society
Cumberland County Planning Department
Cumberland Valley Appalachian Trail Club
Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails, Inc.
Destination Gettysburg
Healthy Adams Bicycle/Pedestrian, Inc.
Healthy Adams County
Holy Spirit, a Geisinger Affiliate
Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor
Partnership for Better Health
Penn National Golf Course Community
Renfrew Institute for Cultural and Environmental Studies
Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve
The LEAF Project
Trout Unlimited
Washington Township (Franklin County)
Watershed Alliance of Adams County
York County Planning Commission
York County Rail Trail Authority


Join the Partnership

Interested in becoming a partner of the South Mountain Partnership? Click below to download the Partner Support Letter.

Become A Partner

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