The Conservation Commission meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30 pm at the Town Office. Members of the public are welcome.
Conservation Commissioners serve staggered 3-year terms and are appointed by the Selectboard. The Conservation Commission may make an inventory and conduct studies of the town’s natural resources, including air, surface waters, and ground waters; soils and their capabilities; mineral and other earth resources; streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands and floodplains; unique or fragile biologic sites; scenic and recreational resources; plant and animal life; prime agricultural and forest land; and other open lands. The Conservation Commission may administer municipal lands acquired to protect one of the above attributes. The Conservation Commission may also advise the Selectboard and the Planning Commission.
|Linda Hecker, Chair||2020|
|Bevan Quinn ||2021|
|Karen Murphy, Secretary||2022|
|Linda Lembke ||2022|
|Rory Lincoln ||2021|
|William Jewell, Vice Chair ||2022|
|James Young, Emeritus|
|Vacant, Selectboard Liaison|