Jackson Conservation Commission

The purpose of the Conservation Commission is to protect the town's natural resources and maintain and improve environmental quality. By statute, the Commission is responsible for the conservation of natural resources in the Town of Jackson. The Commission's duties include keeping an index of all open areas, including wetlands, and conducting research into the possible use or proposed use of open spaces.

The Commission reviews dredge and fill permits, participates in a voluntary water quality monitoring program organized by the state, reports to the Board of Selectmen on issues related to the Wildcat River Management Plan, and helps educate the public on environmental and conservation issues.

Meetings are usually held at 5:30 PM on the second Thursday of the month in the Town Offices. The public is invited to attend all meetings.

Contact Jackson Conservation Commission

Contact Jackson Conservation Commission

PO Box 84
Jackson, New Hampshire  03846
Phone: 603 383-4223


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Carroll County, New Hampshire