Boscawen Conservation Commission

About the Commission

Founded in 1981, the Boscawen Conservation Commission’s mission is to protect the natural features of our town and to preserve the economic viability of open space and to encourage and promote the conservation of our cultural and historical resources for current and future citizens of Boscawen.

Examples of Commission responsibilities and activities include:

  • Managing the Boscawen Town Forest (overseeing timber harvests and wildlife prescriptive cuts, developing and maintaining trails);
  • Conducting outreach and recreational opportunities such as Annual Town Forest Day and Full Moon Snowshoe and Cross-country Ski Nights;
  • Monitoring land conservation easements;
  • Funding and conducting college and conservation camp scholarship awards competitions;
  • Providing information to land owners about conservation easements and working to identify and secure grants and other funding; and
  • Participating in Town planning and regulatory processes relating to the management of lands, waters, wildlife, and other natural resources.

Seven Commissioners and an unlimited number of Alternates comprise the Boscawen Conservation Commission. Currently, there are two vacancies. Please contact the Chair if you are interested in becoming a Commissioner or Alternate. Your Commissioners are:

Michele L. Tremblay, Chair
Kathy Smith, Vice-chair and Treasurer
Mark Ciarametaro, Secretary
Lisa Bissonette
James F. Colby
Norman LaPierre
David Mudge, Alternate
Vacancy for one Commissioner


Contact Boscawen Conservation Commission

Contact Boscawen Conservation Commission

Michele L. Tremblay
116 North Main Street
Boscawen, New Hampshire  03303
Phone: 603.796.2615
Fax: 603.796.2600


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Merrimack County, New Hampshire