NEW INFORMATION: The Conservation Commission will be adding articles on a regular basis concerning “INVASIVE SPECIES” to this website. Please Click Here to go to a complete listing of all articles on this topic. Or you can go directly to the most recent article on The Japanese Knotwood.
Vermont passed the enabling legislation (24 V.S.A. Chapter 118) to establish municipal conservation commissions. The major goal of a conservation commission is to establish community responsibility or stewardship for its natural and cultural resources.
Please note: The Conservation Commission will hold regularly scheduled meetings on the first Wednesday of the month in the Marlboro Town Office starting at 6pm. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 9/5/23 @ 6pm. The agenda for this meeting is available here at least 48 hours prior to the meeting:—–> Adenga 9_5
Also note that there is a Zoom link included in the agenda should you wish to attend in that fashion.
The Conservation Commission will publish important and information information on this page or be linked on this page, as well as the recorded minutes of all meetings. The Commission looks forward to working with the entire community and to the community’s input going forward.
Meeting Schedule: First Tuesday of the Month at 6pm (Town Office & Via Zoom)
Email Address: MarlboroConservation@gmail.com