Our Mission

As an alliance of organizations and individuals committed to protecting the mountain resources of the Allegheny Highlands, it is our mission to:

  • Advance public knowledge of the cultural and biological diversity, uniqueness, and ecological sensitivity of our mountains.
  • Preserve and protect areas of particular scenic, geologic, biologic, historic, wilderness, and recreational importance.
  • Aid in the creation and implementation of sustainable local, state and federal governmental policies for the conservation and wise management of energy, water, wildlife, and other natural resources.
  • Conduct research and distribute information regarding the costs and benefits of renewable energy development on forested mountain ridges.

In fulfilling our mission, we seek to:

  • Encourage Scientifically Based energy solutions that preserve and protect mountain resources.
  • Promote communication and cooperation among members.
  • Engage the public through dynamic educational programs.
  • Collaborate with elected and appointed officials in policy development.
  • Serve as an information clearinghouse.

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Allegheny Highlands Alliance is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

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