Conservation Commission Events

All Conservation Commission programs can be viewed at the LCC YouTube channel by clicking  HERE

As events related to the Conservation Commission are scheduled, they will appear on this page. Please check back often or refer to the Conservation Commission page for further information. You may also get a list of members on the Directory page under the TOWN pulldown menu.

The BEETLES Are Coming



Lady Beetles are adored by many, and who can blame them? Their bright patterns captivate the eyes and their reputation as pest predators make them a friend to farmers and gardeners. Naturalist Julia Pupko from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies will tell us everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Lady Beetles, and more.
Though many of us are familiar with the nonnative Asian Lady Beetle did you know that of Vermont’s 35 native lady beetle species 12 have not been seen since the 1970’s?  It’s a mystery we’re eager to solve so join us for The BEETLES Are Coming! and help us find our missing beetles!

Date and Time:  Thursday, May 27th at 7pm.  

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VERNAL POOLS: Wicked Big Puddles or Critical Wildlife Habitat?

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Conservation Biologist Steve Faccio from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies will take us on a tour of vernal pools, the temporary pools and puddles found throughout Vermont.  Do you want to know about all those peeps, quacks, grunts, clicks and trills you hear on a spring night? Come find out as Steve explores vernal pools, highlighting those noisy frogs and colorful salamanders. Learn about the ecology of these small, short-lived wetlands and the roles they play in our forest ecosystems. 

Date and Time:  Thursday, April 29th at 7pm.  

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  • Date and Time:  Thursday, April 15, 2022 at 7pm (NEW DATE)
  • Speakers: Marie Caduto – Watershed Coordinator, Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation
    Leal Will – Regional Fisheries Biologist, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Dept.

In this month’s virtual presentation we’ll dive into the Mill Pond.  We’ll find out a bit about its history and a lot about what lives there and how the it is shaped by river and man.


  • Speaker:  Chris Schadler, MS, The Coyote Project
  • Date and Time:  Thursday March 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Join us for  a virtual presentation, “What’s Up With Those Wily Coyotes?” with conservation biologist Chris Schadler. Chris will tell us all about our tricky neighbors, immediately followed by a question and answer session.  

We’ll find out:

  • How they live among us but are rarely seen
  • How they have  survived and thrived despite human eradication efforts
  • The ecological benefits of the coyote population
  • How to coexist with the coyote 

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