|Sue Fritz, Co- Chair|
|Ann Lavanway, Co-Chair|
|Jim McCracken, Vice-Chair|
|Bob Pulaski, Treasurer|
|Sue Tallman, Secretary|
Garlic Removal Parties! – Look for party dates and times on the Thetford ListServ.
Taylor Floodplain Preserve 6th Annual Bird Walk, Saturday May 13th, starting at 7:00AM. The walk with be led by Dr. George Clark. Meet at the Crossroad Farm farm stand parking lot. Rain date, Sunday, May 14th.
What Does the Conservation Commission Do?
Our commission is interested in many issues and to better inform our neighbors of our purpose we would like to list some of the most significant and long-lasting work we are or would like to be involved in.
- Promoting the establishment of local conservation funds for land conservation work.
- Being stewards of municipal lands.
- Inventorying the natural and cultural resources in our town so we know what is most important to conserve before it is too late.
- Promoting the local economy of the working landscape.
- Encouraging a land ethic and respect for all living things with whom we share our communities.
- Creating opportunities for townspeople to recreate and celebrate living more closely with the land.
- Participating in local planning, zoning, and developement review.
- Working to prevent or stop polluting activities.
We encourage any Thetford resident who would like to work on these types of projects to contact us or attend our monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of each month, at 7:00PM at the Town Hall.
Meeting minutes are listed at the bottom of this page.
Trail or Other Alteration on Thetford Town Property
Forest Stand and Land Feature Maps:
Wetland Inventory Map (10 MB)
Thetford Wetland Inventory 2011 (3MB)
Ompomp River Corridor Plan 2011 (32MB)
Ompomp RCP_AppendixA 2011
Ompomp RCP_AppendixB 2011 (21 MB)
Ompomp RCP_AppendixC 2011 (14 MB)
“You don’t own the land. The land has come from forever and is going to forever. The house that I own was built over two hundred years ago, and with a little luck will be here well over two hundred years from now. So I’m living in it but I don’t consider it to be precisely mine. I’m simply living there. There’s a certain degree of stewardship in most things.” Howard Mansfield, The Same Ax, Twice