Meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Wilmot Town Offices, 9 Kearsarge Valley Rd.
Call to be put on the agenda.
In March of 2004, in acknowledgment of Wilmot’s rapid growth and the Town’s desire to maintain its rural character, the Town of Wilmot voted to establish the Conservation Commission under the provisions of NH State RSA 36-A “for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources” of Wilmot. The volunteers on the Conservation Commission are committed to giving thoughtful attention to both short-term and long-term conservation goals as the Town grows and develops. RSA 36-A requires that a Conservation Commission:
Additional duties the Conservation Commission may perform are:
Conservation Commission Reports and Maps can be found on another website.
These are subject to regulation by the Comprehensive Shoreline Protection Act (CSPA). Stream order begins at the head and increases downstream.
|Water Body||Where it becomes jurisdictional under CSPA|
|Cascade Brook||juncture of unnamed 4th order stream* (below Tannery Pond)|
|Frazier Brook||juncture of third-order stream in Danbury (at Jack Wells Road)|
|Unnamed 4th order stream*||juncture of 2 unnamed 3rd order streams in Sutton (n. of French Road)|
|White Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
|Chase Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
|Eagle Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
|Piper Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
|Tannery Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
|Butterfield Pond||within 250 of shoreline|
*South branch of Cascade Brook; crosses under Rt. 11 and Kearsarge Valley Road
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