The Pittsfield Conservation Commission is responsible for and promotes conservation of Pittsfield’s natural resources, helps to protect our valuable watershed resources, supports conservation and preservation of our town’s natural areas, and strives to promote environmental stewardship and public understanding through education of sustainable, environmentally-sound land use practices in Pittsfield.
For more information about Wild Goose Pond, please read the Wild Goose Pond Final
For more information about Land Conservation and Conservation Easements, please visit: Society For The Protection of NH Forest.
For more information on land use topics related to Wetlands and Shoreland, please view the NH Department of Environmental Service links below:
- The Wetlands Resource
- Forest Management and Wetlands
- Timber Harvesting, Best Practices, Wetlands
- Commonly Asked Shoreline Questions
- Wetlands Violation Complaint Form
- Off-Road Vehicles And Wetlands
- Guidebook for Wetlands Permits
Your land development project may require a state permit from the NH Department of Environmental Services and beyond any local permits needed, and beyond those DES water-related permits. For projects that do not require a permit, there may be standards you must follow during construction. Contact DES for more information. A five-minute phone call could save you time and money! Here is a quick check guide to help you.
|Bryan Mika||Vice Chair|