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Conservation Commission
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
Chairman
Phone:
603.421.7536
Meetings:
3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM in the Town Office building.

Meetings are open for all members of the community to attend.
 
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Members
Name
Phone
TItle
421-7536
Chairman
329-6131
Vice Chair
533-5279
 
329-7861
 
382-1375
 
Neil Reardon
329-5124
 
329-4100
Recording Secretary
356-5636
Consulting Forester
Priscilla Lindquist
329-4100
Selectman Liaison
Our Purpose

The Hampstead Conservation Commission is an all-volunteer group which is appointed by the Board of Selectmen. It operates under the auspices of New Hampshire RSA 36-A, which empowers the Conservation Commission to provide "for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources of said city or town."  The Commission also manages the Town Forest as per  RSA 31:112.

The Commission is the only local board specifically charged to protect the natural resources of the town, and as such provides a focal point within town government for environmental concerns.

The Hampstead Conservation Commission serves as an advisory board to the NH State Wetlands Bureau and the Planning Board and Board of Adjustment.

Click here for our bylaws.


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Activities

  • Conservation land stewardship
  • Trails and property maintenance
  • Further land acquisitions
  • Further land easement acquisitions
  • Dredge and fill application reviews
  • Sponsor and organize conservation oriented events
  • Promote awareness of our conservation properties



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