The mission of the Tinmouth Conservation Commission is to conserve the town’s natural and cultural resources, such as historic sites, scenic views, etc. The Conservation Commission works with the town’s other governmental entities and the public to identify and assess resources, to offer the town and landowners guidance on planning for the conservation of these resources, and to educate the residents of Tinmouth as to why conserving these resources is so important. It organizes hikes to explore the town and work parties to maintain trails and other town resources. Updates on the commission’s work appear regularly in the Tales of Tinmouth (Tinmouth’s monthly newsletter) and on Front Porch Forum (http://frontporchforum.com).
The Conservation Commission’s seven volunteer members are appointed by the Select Board for staggered terms of 4 years. Citizens are encouraged to attend meetings on the third Monday of every month at 7:30 pm at the Town Office (see Contacts sheet).
NOTE: Please check Community Calendar for meeting times.