The Conservation Commission of Woodstock, Connecticut was created by town ordinance "...for the purpose of the development, conservation, supervision, and regulation of natural resources, including water resources, within the town of Woodstock. The Conservation Commission is charged with maintaining an inventory of natural resources (forests, farmlands, wetlands, and other open spaces in town); monitoring conservation easements held by the town; formulating watershed and drought management plans; making recommendations to other municipal agencies on proposed land use and other plans for the prioritization, conservation and protection of open space, greenways and other natural resources; and supervising, as well as managing, municipally-owned open space such as forest land.
The Conservation Commission seeks to cooperate with other town organizations, residents and interested parties on town planning and our efforts to maintain and enhance the character of Woodstock.
The full Conservation Commission meets monthly, usually on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. See the blue Calendar tab (above) for upcoming meetings. Special Subcommittee meetings are scheduled as needed. Agendas and minutes are available at the Town Hall and on this website. Meetings are open to the public.
The Conservation Commission currently has several openings for members or alternates. If you are interested in environmental issues, wish to help work towards maintaining and improving the quality of life in Woodstock, and are a registered voter in the Town of Woodstock, please contact the Chair of the Commission or contact the Town Selectman's Office for a simple application form (860-928-0208 x310) or email (click HERE). We will provide training. All that we require is an interest in helping to shape the future of Woodstock and a willingness to help work toward that end. Learn more about what we do.
- Crystal Adams
- Beth Bernard
- Lisa Davidson
- Grace Jacobson, Secretary & Treasurer
- Jean Pillo
- Maura Robie, Vice Chair
- Ruby Sendowski
- Jordan Stern
- Lee Wesler, Chair
- Pamela Spaeth, Alternate
- Vacancy, Alternate
- Vacancy, Alternate
- Send regular mail to: Conservation Commission, Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281-3039
- Website: www.woodstockconservation.org
You can also call the Board of Selectmen's Office at (860) 928-0208 x310 or email (click HERE) for information on how to contact the Conservation Commission directly.