Conservation Commission

conservation bridge



The Georgia Conservation Commission is a seven-member board of townspeople appointed by the Selectboard who volunteer their time and effort to support the core mission, which is to “preserve, protect, and enhance the native plants, animals, and their habitats in the town of Georgia, for current and future generations.”

Since 1993, commission members have donated countless hours of service to the town. Because of these efforts, Georgia currently boasts four properties that are now protected from development and are open to free public use.

  • Russell Greene Natural Area
  • Henley-Webster Town Forest
  • Lost Pond
  • Silver Lake Woods
  • Trail Maps


Do you have an interest in the outdoors?

We meet on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. The GCC manages and maintains four properties in town, Silver Lake Woods, Russell Green Natural Area, Lost Pond, and Henley Webster Forest.

Please contact Alysia Catalfamo at GeorgiaConservationCommission [at] if you are interested. 



The Commission meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at the Town Offices at 6:30 PM



If you have a passion for the outdoors, and for conserving our wild spaces for all to enjoy, please consider joining us, either by becoming an official member, or by volunteering your time, effort, and expertise.