Effingham Conservation Commissionupdated: November 2009

Welcome to the Effingham Conservation Commission

 

Established by the Town in 1976, under RSA 36-A, the Effingham Conservation Commission’s mission is to inventory the town’s natural resources, including wetlands and uplands, and to help protect the town’s natural features including its wetlands, wildlife and habitats, ensure the viability of town’s open space and water resources. The Commission is also charged with promoting conservation values within its historical and cultural precedence as well as the region as a whole for all the current and future residents of this town.

Commission meetings:
6:30 PM at the Municipal Offices (68 School Street);
Monthly -
    First Monday: Regular meeting
    Second Monday: Work-session


Contact Effingham Conservation Commission


Contact Effingham Conservation Commission

Kamalendu Nath
Chair
68 School Street
Effingham, New Hampshire  03882
Phone: 603.539.7770


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Carroll County, New Hampshire


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