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Welcome to the
Tilton Conservation Commission
Explore Lakes with NH Lakes
Lakes in Winter explores how lakes freeze and what happens under the ice.
Other webinar topics can also be found at the link above.
According to NH law, a conservation commission must:
1. conduct researches into its local land and water areas
2. seek to coordinate the activities of unofficial bodies organized for similar purposes
3. keep an index of all open space and natural, aesthetic, or ecological areas...
all marshlands, swamps, and other wetlands
4. keep accurate records of its meetings and actions
NH law also states that a conservation commission may:
1. recommend...a program for the protection...development or better
utilization of all...areas in the index
2. receive gifts of money and property, both real and personal, in the name of the city or town, subject to the approval
of the local governing body, such gifts to be managed and controlled by the commission
3. advertise, prepare, print and distribute books, maps, charts, plans, and pamphlets ...necessary for its work
2016 Earth Day Video
(Be sure to enable the sound)
The Tilton Conservation Commission meets
on the third Monday
of every month at the Tilton Town Hall at 257 Main Street
at 7:00. Please feel free to attend our meetings.