More than 60 Partners Attend Spring Partnership Meeting on April 10th

The South Mountain Partnership hosted its Spring 2015 Partnership Meeting on Friday, April 10th at the Adams County Agricultural and Natural Resources Center in Gettysburg, PA. With 60 individuals and partners in attendance, the meeting was highlighted by remarks and a facilitated discussion from Acting Secretary of DCNR Cindy Dunn and Acting Secretary of Agriculture Russ Redding. Updates were provided as well from two projects that the Partnership has catalyzed over the last year: the Adams County Office of Planning and Development provided an introduction to and process update on the economic impact study that has been just launched to assess the South Mountain Fruit Belt in Adams County, and Heritage Strategies, LLC provided an initial update on the work underway for the cultural landscape assessment of Michaux State Forest.