The mandate of the Cambridge Conservation Commission is to look out for the environmental well being of the Town.
The nine members do this in a number of ways, including interacting with other municipal entities (such as the Planning Commission, Trails committee, and Select Board) and State officials (including those involved with wetlands, Act 250 permits, VT Fish and Wildlife etc.),
as well as organizing educational events for community members, providing advice to residents,
organzing or contributing to conservation activities, and partnering with organizations such as the Vermont Land Trust and the Vermont River Conservancy.
Money to support our activities comes from town appropriations, grants and donations.
2019 saw the creation of a Conservation Reserve Fund for projects involving purchase, easement, and management of property for conservation.
1st Wednesday of month, 7:00 p.m., at the Cambridge Town Clerk's Office & always open to the public.
We will likely be looking for at least one new member in the coming year, so please join us.
AGENDAS & MINUTES
Conservation Commission members:
|Jake Bailey||Holly Ferris||John Hayden||Zach Smith||Robert Karmin|
|Tim Larned||Sara Lourie||Jayne Lukens||Justin Marsh|
CONSERVATION COMMISSION BYLAWS & RULES