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Grants Available to Preserve Natural, Cultural Assets in Southcentral PA

Thursday April 4th, 2019
Townships in southcentral Pennsylvania may apply for mini-grants from the South Mountain Partnership to help protect and promote natural and cultural assets in their communities. Pre-application forms are due by May 31.
 
Grant awards range from $2,500 to $15,000 and require matching funds.
 
The partnership has awarded $345,000 since the mini-grant program began in 2009, which has leveraged more than $760,000 in matching funds. The grants are provided by the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources through the Environmental Stewardship Fund.
 
The mini-grant program was developed and is administered by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. This organization co-leads the South Mountain Partnership, which is an alliance of the public and private sectors, nonprofits, universities, and residents in Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, and nothern York counties.
 
To learn more, go to southmountainpartnership.org/mini-grants. For more information about the mini-grant application and review process, contact South Mountain Partnership Director Katie Hess at (717) 258-5771 or khess@appalachiantrail.org.