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This workshop is designed to provide an overview of the various planning tools a municipality can utilize to conserve important agricultural areas. Additionally, the course will cover county, municipal and non-profit farmland preservation programs as well as other services and education strategies that promote and preserve the agriculture industry. There are two different session times: 3 to 5 pm and 6 to 8 pm. Both sessions will be held at the Cumberland County Planning Department, 310 Allen Road, Suite 101,…
Discover new information about forest retention related to the Yellow Breeches Creek watershed, explore potential opportunities and incentives for localities and landowners, and learn ways to protect and enhance our local waterways. Come out and give us your feedback about the local watershed. For more information, please contact Su Ann Shupp at 717-783-7934 or [email protected]
This workshop will review basic economic development principles and the use of incentives for business attraction. Attendees will be provided with a variety of resources to help with economic development, planning and implementation in their communities. Instructors: Chris Gulotta and Mary Kuna. Register by June 20 to BarbaraSue Hershey ([email protected]). There is no fee for this course. If you have any questions, please call 717-240-5362.
What is the value of Cumberland County’s clean air, water and open space? What happens to our quality of life if we continue to lose our forests, streams and wetlands? The Cumberland County Return on Environment report, compiled by the Kittatinny Coalition, demonstrates how open space is greatly contributing to the health of the local economy, as well as to a lower cost of living and improved quality of life for citizens. Highlights from the data collected in 2015 to…
Find new funding sources, meet other organizations you can partner with, and make sure your project plan is as strong as possible. Hosted by the Cumberland County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities. Non-profits, for-profits, government agencies, and municipalities are highly encouraged to attend!