Conservation Commission

 

What is a Conservation Commission?

A conservation commission is a group of local volunteers who work to study and protect a town’s natural resources.

Mission  Statement: “The Lisbon Conservation Commission stewards and protects the town’s natural resources through planning, promoting and educating to assist other town boards and the public in conservation matters.   We encourage informed decision making to keep Lisbon a livable place for today and for generations to come.”

 

Winter 2021 –  NEWSLETTER

 

Conservation Commission

Contact:    adminassistant@lisbonnh.org

Address:   c/o The Town of Lisbon, 46 School Street, Lisbon, NH 03585

Phone:      603-838-6376

Fax:           603-838-6790

 

Members

Katrine Barclay, Chairperson (March 2022)
Robert Cook ( March 2022)
Rosalind Page ( April 2022)
Mark Roberts (September 2022)
Betsy Stead, Recording Secretary (August 2022)

 

 

 

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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