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Conservation

At the Local Level

Helping to preserve the health & quality of

Carroll County's natural resources for over 74 years

Established in 1946, Carroll County Conservation District works with towns and individual landowners to coordinate State and Federal conservation programs at the local level in the interest of public health, safety and welfare. 

Our efforts are focused on concerns including water quality, erosion & sedimentation, wildlife habitats, health of forests & wetlands, non-point source pollution, and storm water & flooding.

 

Our Mission

What Conservation Districts Do

  • Set local conservation priorities

  • Deliver information & education programs

  • Provide administrative, technical & financial assistance to cooperators, land owners and users

  • Sponsor projects & administer grants

  • Work with local, state and federal agencies to deliver technical assistance & programming

 

Top Priorities for Carroll County

  1.  Forestry-erosion Control & Sustainability

  2.  Agricultural Land Conversion to Urban Land Use

  3.  Aquifer Protection

  4.  Soil Erosion Management

  5.  Storm Water Management

  

Annual & On-Going Programs

  • Plantings for Streambank Restoration & Wildlife Habitats

  • Trout Stocking & Habitat Restoration

  • Outreach to Carroll County landowners to help them realize their conservation objectives through various funding & technical resources

Programs

Learn more about our on-going programs, upcoming events, and how you can get involved

Current Projects

Trout Habitat Restoration

Stream wood-additions made possible by National Fish & Wildlife Foundation and NH Moose Plate Grants, in cooperation with Belknap CCD & Tin Mountain Conservation Center

Landowner Resources

Community-Based Stewardship

If you own undeveloped property, forestland, or an agriculture business in Carroll County, contact us to learn about upcoming programs & workshops

Get Involved

Join Our Efforts

Our Board of Supervisors are volunteer community members.  Contact us if you're interested in helping to preserve the natural resources & beauty of Carroll County, NH

Contact us

P.O. Box 533  Conway, NH 03818

603-447-2771

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