Conservation Commission

The responsibilities of the Stowe Conservation Commission are to develop and maintain an inventory of the Town's natural resources, social resources and other lands which have historic, educational, cultural, scientific, architectural or archeological values in which the public has an interest and to assist in planning for their conservation for the continuing benefit of the townspeople. 

Staff support is provided by the Planning & Zoning Director, Sarah McShane.

The Conservation Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 5:30pm in the Akeley Memorial Building (Town Hall) located at 67 Main Street.

Interested in providing input on updates to the Sterling Forest Management Plan?  We encourage you to take our five-minute Sterling Forest User Survey- thank you!

Appointed Officials -

Jacquie Mauer, chair

Catherine Gott, vice chair

Evan Freund

Seb Sweatman

Colleen McGovern

Kay Barrett

Phillip Branton

Zach Lewis, Student Representative

View the November 2nd Meeting- Japanese Knotweed, What Can We Do About It?