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2017 Membership!
It's membership renewal time! EMHR recognizes the importance of protecting, improving and promoting our shared natural and cultural heritage, the Boards of Directors and staff of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region ask that you join us as a new of renewing member for 2017. To succeed, we need your help.
 
If you are interested in becoming a member please download the 2017 membership form. If you would like to learn more about EMHR, activities and/or events happening feel free to contact us anytime at 570-265-1528 or at hrobinson@emheritage.org  
 
2015 Year in Review!
The Endless Mountains Heritage Region is proud to announce the release of their 2015 Year in Review. Click here to see recent projects, activities and events that EMHR has been a part of throughout the year! EMHR is proud of all their partners who have worked hard to complete projects that are bettering the community and educating people about heritage. We are looking forward to see what 2016 has in store!
 
2015 Grant Announcement! 
Endless Mountains Heritage Region is now accepting applications for grants to further projects and programs that support heritage tourism, historic preservation, outdoor recreations, education and interpretations, agriculture promotion, and scenic landscapes or byways in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties. 
 
Grant application and instructions can be found under the grants tab. All eligible grant applications are due November 30th, 2015 and will be announced Winter 2016/17 after being reviewed by EMHR staff and review committee and DCNR staff and committees.
 
Eligible applicants include non-profits, municipalities and units of government interested in planning and implementing projects serving community or heritage development, historic preservation or resource conservation/enhancement goals.  
 
It's Membership Renewal Time.
EMHR is inviting all of its supporters to become members though the EMHR Membership campaign and/or the Buy Fresh Buy Local Membership campaign. Those looking to support the initiatives can use these forms:
And, farmers, businesses and markets may use the following:

Buy Fresh Buy Local Chapter Sponsorship 
2015 Farmers Markets Guides are available. We encourage all of our partners to obtain copies of the new guide, and to consider obtaining supplies to distribute through local businesses, museums, tourist sites and community centers. The comprehensive guide is designed to promote our region's producers and their fine products, and your support of our friends in agriculture is appreciated! Lunch at Clifford

EMHR also has supplies of a new regional brochure for heritage, outdoor recreation and scenic resources of the Endless Mountains, an interpretive brochure for the Ghost Town of Ricketts, brochures for the historic site of French Azilum, and local guide for the River Town of Tunkhannock.

Of course, we are always accepting supplies of brochures and pamphlets coming from our partners for the promotion of local sites and facilities that support our mission. It is important for us to help support and promote your good work!
Please contact us or stop into the office to obtain or exchange supplies of brochures and literature. EMHR appreciates our valuable partnerships with local and regional groups dedicated to the conservation, preservation and enhancement of the treasures of the Endless Mountains! 

Why Are Heritage Areas Important?
The following documents describe the impacts of our programs and the need to ensure funding and support:

pdf  Advisory Council Recommendations

pdf  Heritage Tourism Economic Impacts