Mission & Vision Of The EMHR
The mission of the organization is to maintain and enhance the unique rural character and culture of our Endless Mountains.
Laceyville, PA from Table Rock
Collection of Julian A. Campbell
Courtesy Sayre Historical Society River Towns Along
the Susquehanna River
This mission is realized through the research, protection, enhancement, preservation and promotion of the rural heritage, culture, economy, history and landscape for the benefit of people, property and entities with an interest in the Endless Mountains region.
The vision of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Inc. is the Endless Mountains, a beautiful, safe, historic and prosperous region to live, work and visit.
In addition, the Steering Committee of the EMHR Management Action Plan laid out the following Vision Statement:
In the year 2020, the Endless Mountains region is a haven for the spirit. It is a place where we enjoy peace, quiet, and safety, and the thousand stars of the night sky. We live in harmony with our natural and cultural heritage, enjoying a beautiful countryside and healthy settlements that reflect our history. We are a rural community that works together to ensure that all who live, visit, and invest here appreciate our respect for the land as a source of prosperity and community tradition. In accommodating the needs of future generations, we seek to foster the entrepreneurial spirit, personal independence, and community values that are part of our heritage. We achieved this vision by purposeful hard work, encouraging and helping each other, and understanding, respecting, and communicating what we have set out to become.
Endless Mountains Heritage Region
Vision Statement 1997
Bradford County Museums
Participating museums and heritage sites cooperated in the creation of a detailed guide to the museums of Bradford County. Funded through the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau and the Bradford County Room Tax Program, this guide describes each museum and site, its mission, attributes, hours and more. The guide can be obtained at any participating museum, or offices of the Visitors Bureau (Tunkhannock) and Heritage Region (Towanda). You can access the operation months and hours on this chart.