Conservation Commission

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The Jericho Conservation Commission (JCC) advises the SelectBoard and other town commissions on best practices for management of natural resources on Town Land. The JCC is also available for residential consultation on request. The Conservation Commission is committed to public education and strives to help Jericho residents learn more about the natural communities within our town and beyond. The JCC has membership in the Vermont Association of Conservation Commissions.








The Conservation
Commission meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month.






The Jericho Town Tree

American Elm (Ulmus americana) on Rt. 15


The Jericho Conservation Commission (JCC) advises the SelectBoard and other town commissions on best practices for management of natural resources on Town Land. The JCC is also available for residential consultation on request. The Conservation Commission is committed to public education and strives to help Jericho residents learn more about the natural communities within our town and beyond. The JCC has membership in the Vermont Association of Conservation Commissions.








The Conservation
Commission meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month.






The Jericho Town Tree

American Elm (Ulmus americana) on Rt. 15

  • Film: Urban and Suburban Meadows

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    Meadows can be big or small, short or tall. However large, the environmental benefits are great. Meadows sequester carbon, retain water, filter pollutants, eliminate the need for fertilizers or pesticides and provide habitat.

    Reduce your carbon footprint. Improve your neighborhood. Enjoy a meadow in your backyard!

    Join the Jericho Conservation Commission as we show the film "Urban and Suburban Meadows: Bringing Meadowscaping to Big and Small Spaces".

    Date: Thursday, October 24th at 7pm

    Location: Deborah Rawson Memorial Library

  • National Moth Week - Moth Night

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    Please join us on Thursday, July 25th at 8 pm as we celebrate our first MOTH NIGHT!

    Where: Mills Riverside Park, Rt. 15, Jericho, VT - meet in the Pavilion

    What: As part of National Moth Week,a global citizen science effort to learn more about moths, we will be hosting some experts from the Vermont Entomological Society. We will begin with a short presentation about moths and then go out into the field to observe them up-close.


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