TOWN OF SUTTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Pillsbury Memorial Town Hall 93 Main Street Sutton Mills, NH 03221 Wednesday April 12, 2017 @ 6:30 p.m.   AGENDA APPOINTMENT: 7:00 p.m. –Ben Nugent, NH Fish & Game, Results of Stream Crossing Assessment & Next Steps Introductions Election of Chair Review minutes of March 8,… Read More


TOWN OF SUTTON Pillsbury Memorial Town Hall 93 Main Street Sutton Mills, NH  03221 Conservation Commission Meeting Minutes of Wednesday, March 8, 2017   Present: Betsy Forsham, Chair; Don Davis; Henry Howell; Jane Williamson; Wally Baker; Chuck Bolduc; and Bonnie Hill, secretary. Absent:  Dan Sundquist, Chris Ashton.  Jane sat in for Chris and Chuck sat… Read More


In accordance with RSA 36-A:5, the Commission receives an annual operating budget as approved at Town Meeting, which covers secretarial services, supplies, expenses, and membership dues for the above professional organizations, as well as registration fees for members’ attendance at a variety of educational seminars and programs. The Commission maintains a general Conservation Fund and… Read More


Currently, the Conservation Commission is responsible for the protection, utilization, monitoring and management of fourteen properties including: 75 acres of mixed woods and fresh water wetland along Wadleigh Hill Road, extending from the outflow from Kezar Lake of the Lane River to beyond the Pressey Bridge, known as the “Town Forest/Tree Farm.” 5.2 wooded acres… Read More


The Sutton Conservation Commission reminds owners of forest land that your timber is a valuable asset. Be wary of unsolicited offers to log your land or buy timber. Before you have your property logged, we strongly recommend you: Hire a licensed professional forester to represent your financial interests and to protect the long-term health and… Read More