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Support the Match Madness Campaign!

CPC is excited to participate this month in the Partnership for Better Health’s Match Madness campaign! For the month of March, your donation will be matched with funds donated by M&T Bank and the Kline Foundation, and, 100% will go to CPC if you select us as your recipient charity.

Donations must be made through the Partnership’s donation page: https://bit.ly/36K8rZv

Please consider a gift today! As you may know, CPC has been active since 1982 with a mission to acquire, preserve, and protect local land and natural resources in South-Central Pennsylvania. We currently steward 5 preserves and 30 conservation easement properties while initiating new protection projects each year to save critical lands from future development, secure open space and habitat, protect high-quality streams, preserve working farms and healthy forests, and open public access to nature for all.

Proceeds support our spring launch of the Letort Spring Garden Preserve restoration initiative. We’re starting the first phase of ecological restoration to bring the site back to the flora and fauna that James LeTort may have encountered in the 1720’s. We’re rehabilitating the historic bank barn and springhouse listed currently on the National Register of Historic Places. We’re excited to keep expanding public access to the preserve and to add informative signs along our trails. Show your support for this work with a donation this month–we thank you in advance for your generosity!

Here are a few more details to consider while you ponder a gift:

*The easiest way to give is online at: https://bit.ly/36K8rZv
*You can mail in a check to:
Partnership for Better Health
274 Wilson Street
Carlisle, PA 17013.
*All checks must be made payable to Partnership for Better Health, noting Central PA Conservancy in the memo line of the check.

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