January 10, 2022 | Bonnie Hill Print this page TOWN OF SUTTON Sutton Conservation Commission Agenda Wednesday, January 12, 2022 Please note that the meeting is in-person and all visitors must wear masks. Review minutes of December 8, 2021. Financial Report — Report of end-of-year budget status Correspondence — NHACC December eNews with news about efforts by other ConComs, a downloadable guide called “Engaging Landowners in Conservation”, training opportunities, grant info (NH Fish & Game Habitat Improvement Small Grants) and volunteer opportunities for Citizen Science with Treeversity and the Native Plant Trust. — Email newsletter from Colby-Sawyer College community-based research team with updates on the Kezar Lake watershed analysis project. — Updated edition of New Hampshire’s Municipal Conservation Commissions Handbook from NHACC — Article on neonics pesticide threatens our environment — Application period for 2022 NH Coverts Project Training — Forest Notes, magazine of the SPNHF, Autumn 2021 issue Review of Wetland Applications and Issues — Copy of letter from NHDES re: Forest Statutory Permit-by-Notification for S. Lord, T/L# 02-190-373. — Copy of letter from NHDES re: Forest Statutory Permit-by-Notification for C. Courser, T/L# 05-815-136. — Abutter notification letter for shoreland permit application from Susanne Smith-Meyer, PLA, ASLA for work at 9 Keyser St. Review of Intents to Cut and Logging Issues — S. Harkins, Meeting House Hill Road, T/L# 04-244-418, 4 acres out of 31.9, logger unknown. Old Business — Report on NHDOT response regarding I-89 paving project. — Horse Beach parking plan update — Report on 12/9 visit to KHR with Matt Tarr to discuss field management options. New Business — SCC Annual Report — Salting roads adjacent to our lakes Property Committee Report — The “Pooled Timber Income Fund” — Additional property reviews Publicity Trail Maintenance and Development — Trail Advisory Committee Report >Draft KHR hiking map review >KHR donation system >Installation of snowmobile signs, boundary markers, & volunteer help >Snowmobile access to KHR for KHR property abutters >Need for trail creation across top (western) boundary of KHR >Making the Pocket Guide to Sutton’s hiking trails: the Webb/Crowell area Next Meeting: Wednesday, February 9th, 2022 at 6:30 PM.