The mission of the Windham County Natural Resources Conservation District (WCNRCD) is to advance conservation awareness to all citizens so that people understand and act on basic principles of rational use and care of Windham’s environment.
To ensure the wise use, protection and enhancement of Windham County’s farmland, woodland, water and related natural resources.
To Provide leadership for conservation issues in Windham County.
The Windham Conservation District has a vacant seat on the board of supervisors. Joining the board is a great way for landowners in Windham County to help shape conservation efforts in their local community. The Conservation District is a state-mandated municipality that works to assist landowners in pursuit of conservation objectives that benefit everyone. Whether you are passionate about protecting wildlife, concerned about water quality issues, or interested in ways to help farmers meet Vermont Required Agricultural Practices as well as their production needs, consider becoming involved with the Windham Conservation District. Those interested in applying to join the board of supervisors should contact District Manager Cory Ross at email@example.com or by phone at 802-689-3024.
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Images from the Nov. 14 Pasture Walk at Roselily Farm in Brattleboro, VT
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