Conservation Commission

Contact:Nancy Martin - Chairwoman
Address:5 East Main Street
PO Box 265
Warner NH 03278
Hours:By Appointment

The Conservation Commission is concerned with the proper utilization and protection of the Town.s natural resources, both land and water. The Commission administers a conservation fund which it uses to acquire conservation easements from willing landowners to protect parcels with exceptional natural qualities. The Commission advises other Town boards on resource management issues. It also undertakes studies from time to time, and conducts public information activities.

The Conservation Committee meets on the first Wednesday of every month at the Warner Town Hall, Lower Meeting Room. See notices posted at Town Hall for exact times and location. Click here for Conservation Commission Meeting minutes.

Appointed Members:

  • Susi von Oettengen - 2022
  • Alice Chamberlin - 2022
  • Nancy Martin, Chairwoman - 2023
  • Michael Amaral - 2024
  • Ken Cogswell - 2024
  • Doug Allen - 2025

Alternate Members:

  • Phil Stockwell - 2023
  • Jody Sloan - 2023
  • Jackie Germain - 2024
  • vacant - 2025

Conservation Commission Documents:

Additional Information and Links:

UNH Cooperative Extension Activities:

Volunteer Opportunity – Schoolyard SITES

Do you want to share your passion for nature and impact how New Hampshire children learn science? Schoolyard SITES partners Extension volunteers with elementary teachers. Together, they will explore, develop, and implement citizen science projects that relate to New Hampshire's natural world and engage elementary students in inquiry projects in the schoolyard. You can watch a brief video about the project here, and learn more about volunteering with Schoolyard SITES here. If you’re interested, applications are due March 31st. Want to learn more? Join an upcoming information session on Wednesday, March 2, 4:00 – 4:30 p.m. or Monday, March 14, 4:00 – 4:30 pm.

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