The Tamworth Conservation Commission (TCC), created by the voters in 1966 in accordance with RSA 36-A, is a volunteer board of the Town of Tamworth, NH, with members appointed by the Selectmen. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month and as needed, at the Town Office. The public is welcome.
For more information about conservation commissions, see the NH Association of Conservation Commissions.
Wildlife Action Plan Maps
New Hampshire Fish and Game Wildlife Action Plan maps offer a wealth of information concerning wildlife habitat in Tamworth. You can download these Tamworth-specific maps here.
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New & Upcoming
TCC Vernal Pool Walk
Sunday, April 21, 1pm at Smith Flats, Depot Road
It's been a long winter, still a lot of snow on the ground, but the weather forecast is very encouraging. With the warm temperatures and rain showers, we should have some amphibians moving to the earlier vernal pools. An easily accessible prime example is on Depot Road, across from the Remick Foundation Smith Flats field, which also has some prime peeper habitat.
Tamworth Conservation Commission will have its Vernal Pool Walk on Sunday, April 21, at 1 pm. Meet near the pool, which is west of the White Lake boat launch entrance and directly across from the field. Plenty of room for parking on the road shoulder and a couple of pull-offs. If you're the adventurous type, wear foot gear that will keep your feet dry. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
TCC Bird Walk Schedule
April 17 & 24, May 1, 8 & 15.
See our Annual Bird Walk page for details.
Tamworth Trailblazers Summer Camp
TCC has teamed up with Tin Mountain Conservation Center to offer a week-long summer camp, July 22 — 26, open to ages 11 to 13, at a reduced cost for Tamworth residents. Check out the Tamworth Trailblazers Page HERE!
See the Tamworth 250th Celebration Photo Contest Winners
You can view the winning photographs here.
Managed Lands & Trails
Wetlands & Groundwater
Wetlands provide critical functions: protecting water we depend on and providing habitat.
Groundwater is THE source of drinking water for Tamworth residents. Its quality is vital to public health. You can help protect it...