Established at the 2005 Town Meeting, the mission of the Conservation Commission is stewardship of public lands; advocating for the protection of Johnson’s natural resources for present and future generations. We endeavor to strengthen relationships between the people of Johnson and our natural environment, to instill a shared responsibility and awareness within the community for the protection and preservation of the environment, and to achieve a balance with present and future responsible growth. The Commission’s charge is to advise the Select Board, Planning Commission, Trustees, special interest groups, and individuals on matters concerning Johnson’s lands and natural resources.
The Conservation Commission meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Municipal Building. Agendas are posted on the town’s webpage.
To contact: email@example.com.
Members: Lois Frey (chair), Sue Lovering (Secretary/Treasurer), Peter Hammond, Noel Dodge, Denise Ashman, Dean Locke, Jackie Stanton, Jared Jasinski & Carrie Watson.
For meeting minutes, click here.
To follow the Conservation Commission on Facebook, click here.
Johnson Community Values Mapping Report March 2021
2021 Emerald Ash Borer Information – click here