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What does EMHR stand for?

EMHR stands for Endless Mountains Heritage Region (Pennsylvania)


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Founding members of HeritagePA include: Allegheny Ridge Heritage Area, Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Lackawanna Heritage Valley, Lancaster-York Heritage Region, Lincoln Highway Heritage Area, Lumber Heritage Region, National Road Heritage Corridor, Oil Region National Heritage Area, PA Route 6 Heritage Corridor, Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and the Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area.
Route 40; the Schuylkill River Heritage Corridor that follows the Schuylkill River from Schuylkill County to Philadelphia; the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania; the Endless Mountains Heritage Region in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties; the Lumber Heritage Region, a 15-county area in north central and northwest Pennsylvania; and the Route 6 Heritage Corridor, a 400-mile corridor stretching through 11 northern counties.
Route 40; the Schuylkill River Heritage Corridor that follows the Schuylkill River from Schuylkill County to Philadelphia; the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania; the Endless Mountains Heritage Region in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties; the Lumber Heritage Region, a 15-county area in north central and northwest Pennsylvania; and the Route 6 Heritage Corridor, a 400-mile corridor stretching through 11 northern counties.
Route 40; the Schuylkill Heritage Corridor that follows the Schuylkill River from Schuylkill County to Philadelphia; the Rivers of Steel Heritage Area in Pittsburgh and Southwestern Pennsylvania; and the Endless Mountains Heritage Region in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties.
Covering either parts or all of Bradford, Columbia, Lycoming, Luzerne, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Snyder, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union and Wyoming counties, the map includes recreational amenities of 19 state parks; 238,444 acres of state forests, in addition to parts of four nearby state forests; 14 state game lands on more than 196,000 acres; and the Endless Mountains Heritage Region.