Conservation Commission

Betsy Gaiser – Co-chair
Evan Reiss – Co-chair
Cheryl Metcalf – Clerk
Jory Innes – Treasurer
Scott Beavers
Eliza Minnucci
Bryan Kalleberg

Tunbridge’s conservation commission was established in 2017. Its general mission is to:
• advise the town and public on natural resource topics and issues
• coordinate activities that promote natural resource education and stewardship
• promote stewardship and outreach of local trail usage and maintenance

Conservation Commission Agenda for April 4, 2024

Postponed due to the weather.

Recent Meetings

March 7, 2024
Agenda | Minutes

Feb. 1, 2024
Agenda | Minutes

Follow this link to see agendas and minutes from prior Conservation Commission meetings.

Winter Evenings

Proposed ATV Ordinance

Follow this link to read the Conservation Commission’s letter to the Selectboard.

Tunbridge Blooms

Sponsored by the Tunbridge Conservation Commission, Tunbridge Blooms is a community challenge to identify and photograph 75 species of wildflowers in town in 2021. Follow this link to see a flyer about the project, and click here to see the spreadsheet tracking the project’s progress.