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Purpose / Charge
The Conservation Commission was established for the purposes described in RSA Chapter 36-A:2, namely for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources of the City of Lebanon, including but not limited to watershed resources, as elaborated in NH RSA 36-A:2.
Additional Duties & Responsibilities
Additional duties and responsibilities of the Commission include:
- Stewardship of Lebanon conservation lands.
- Open space planning.
- Wetland permit review.
- Education as to the importance of natural resource preservation and open space protection.
- Coordination of volunteer programs and special projects.
Agendas, Minutes, and Media
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Media recordings of City meetings are posted within 48 hours following the meeting date. Minutes are posted following approval. View Agendas, Minutes, and Media.
Meeting Time and Date
View the Conservation Commission meeting schedule for a complete listing of scheduled meetings. View the City Meeting Calendar for the most current information regarding meeting times and schedules.
To contact the Conservation Commission, please use our Boards and Committees Contact Form.
The Commission is comprised of seven regular members, four alternates, and a City Council representative as follows:
- Devin Wilkie, Alternate Council Representative
- Erling Heistad, Council Representative
- Ernst Oidtmann, Regular
Term Expires: May 2023
- Sarah Riley, Chair
Term Expires: October 2024
- Susan Almy, Regular
Term Expires: January 2024
- Don Lacey, Regular
Term Expires: June 2023
- Bruce James, Vice Chair
Term Expires: December 2025
- Christopher Johnson, Regular
Term Expires: December 2025
- Vacant, Regular
- Barbara Hirai, Alternate
Term Expires: January 2023
- Sean Dittrich, Alternate
Term Expires: August 2025
- Megan Smith, Alternate Term Expires: August 2024
- Vacant, Alt Term Expires:
- Mark Goodwin, City Staff Representative
Agenda and Minutes
View the agendas and minutes for the Lebanon Conservation Commission.
View resources and information provided by the Lebanon Conservation Commission.
Learn more about programs related to conservation in the City of Lebanon and ways you can participate and/or volunteer.
Conservation Properties and Maps
There are approximately 2,000 acres of conservation land owned by the City of Lebanon, including more than 21 miles of trail on these properties. Map and property descriptions are available for each.
Report a Problem
To report occurrences of blow-downs blocking trails, litter, or other situations that should be brought to the attention of the Conservation Commission, please use our Incident Report Form. No sign-up is required.