The South Mountain Partnership envisions the South Mountain Research Corps and Science Summit as a program that is overseen by a volunteer working committee composed of stakeholders from throughout the region (landowners, land managers, academic institutions and researchers) that will assist in creating and managing...
- The South Mountain Science Summit: Strengthening channels of communication and building a highly regarded collaborative network of property owners, land managers, researchers and university students throughout the region.
- The South Mountain Research Corps: Developing, building and sustaining a highly regarded applied research program that supports existing and emerging natural and cultural resource conservation efforts of landowners and land managers throughout the South Mountain landscape.
- A Research Database: Cataloging the research that has previously occurred and developing a comprehensive understanding of the amount and focus of research being conducted on the South Mountain Landscape.
- Highly Regarded Experiential Applied Research Opportunities: Providing opportunities for college students throughout the region and connect them with researchers and practitioners for internship and career opportunities.