Established June 24, 1762
Conservation Commission
Charlotte Fields

Our mission is to support the Charlotte Town Plan by promoting land and other resource use decisions which protect and enhance Charlotte's natural and cultural resources through:

  • Promotion of public understanding and appreciation of nature.
  • Creation of education and planning tools for resource management.
  • Participation in town planning and policy development processes.
  • Engagement in the civic life of the town.

 Conservation Commission Recruiting New Members


In the last year the Charlotte Conservation Commission has been repopulated with new and former members. This means we have fresh blood old and new. The currently featured and developing new blood initiative is I-Naturalist, Charlotte. Training in this citizen science program will be coming in Fall 2015. Watch for information on this website and on Front Porch Forum. Come and help us get this going if you are already familiar with I-Naturalist!!!

We are evaluating new possibilities and inviting broader participation. Below are topic areas that we always need more insight into. We will welcome your contribution without requiring you to be a commissioner.

  • Personal experience with natural history and conservation
  • Land conservation
  • Natural resource planning and policy
  • Environmental or biological sciences
  • Environmental outreach and education
  • GIS mapping
  • Engineering
  • Familiarity with legal aspects of conservation
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Community development
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