Kate Bass, Vice Chair
Mike Hebb, Trails Commissioner
J. T. Horn
The group can be contacted at
Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Morrill Homestead Education Center.
To identify and conserve Strafford’s natural resources, to educate the community about our natural heritage, and to foster local environmental stewardship.
Current Projects: To alert the community to the ecological threats posed by invasive species in general and more immediately by the Emerald ash borer, an invasive insect recently discovered in Orange County which attacks and kills all species of ash tree. To continue efforts to map and classify all the wetlands in Strafford and create an inventory of plant species found in each. To develop a walking trail through the valley between the villages. To correlate the SCC’s Open Space Plan with the new Town Plan.
Conservation Commission Meeting
The Conservation Commission's next monthly meeting has been postponed to Tuesday, November 30th, 7 p.m., at the Morrill Education Center.
The following invasive plants are around and in Strafford. Each link has information on these plants and how to help get rid of them from our landscape. Select the block and then click on "go to link" for more information
Conservation Commission Minutes
2021 Meeting Minutes
2020 Meeting Minutes
2019 Meeting Minutes
2018 Meeting Minutes
2017 Meeting Minutes
2016 Meeting Minutes
2015 Meeting Minutes
2014 Meeting Minutes