NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF PETITIONS FOR
ELECTION OF CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR
FOR THE WINDHAM COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION DISTRICT
To all landowners residing within the boundaries of the Windham County Natural Resources Conservation District (NRCD), notice is hereby given that on November 19, 2021 petitions for the position of Supervisor for the Conservation District will be available. An election will be held on January 19, 2022 for one Supervisor for the District. Petitions must be completed and returned to the local Conservation District office by close of business on December 10, 2021.
Only persons, firms and corporations who hold title in fee land and residing within such an organized district are eligible to sign a petition or vote.
Conservation Districts are local subdivisions of state government established under the Soil Conservation Act of Vermont.
An eligible voter may contact Windham County Natural Resources Conservation District at 802-689-3024 for a petition or download one below:
Petitions may also be downloaded here:
Dated: November 19, 2021
The Latest Edition of the Conservation District Newsletter is out!
The Summer Edition of our newsletter was emailed out this morning. If you didn’t receive it, you can access it below. If you would like to be added to our email list, please visit this page and enter your information: https://windhamcountynrcd.org/e-newsletter/
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Greetings from the Windham Conservation District! We hope you and your family are well and enjoying summer in the Green Mountain State. Some of the project the district is working on right now:
-Planning wetland restoration and riparian buffer planting projects
-Working to combat invasive plant species through the Southeast Vermont CISMA
-Supporting the revision process for the tactical basin plan for basin 11 . Basin 11 includes the West, Williams and Saxtons Rivers, plus 26 miles of the Connecticut River mainstem. Public comment sessions were just held, and the public comment period remains open through September 3.
-Working to develop a variety of water quality projects throughout Windham County thanks to a project development grant from the Vermont Natural Resources Conservation Council
-Managing public access greeter programs at Lake Raponda and Somerset Reservoir
If the Conservation District can be of assistance, please contact us. Our District Offices remain closed to the public due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Please reach out via email if we can be of assistance: email@example.com
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