The Barrington Conservation Commission was established “…for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources of said city or town…” (from RSA 36:A). 


A devoted group of volunteers meets at the Barrington Elementary School Conference Room on the first and third Thursdays of each month to do what we can to fulfill this obligation.  


We welcome all interested parties.


Summer Meetings are held at:
American Legion

731 Franklin Pierce Highway
Barrington, NH 03825



Our October 2017 Meetings are scheduled

on the 5th and 19th @ 6:30pm

For further information contact the town Land Use Office at

(603) 664-5798 or Chairman John Wallace at crawford@myfairpoint.net




The Town Forest

The Town Forest

Stonehouse Pond

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Stonehouse Pond

Barrington, NH

Conservation
Commission

"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." 


-Native American Proverb

Places to hike in Barrington
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http://www.barrington.nh.gov/
Submit your photos of Barrington’s Conserved Lands to our Gallery here.Photo_Gallery_page1.html

Isinglass River, near Locke Falls     Photo: John Wallace

Need a Permit?FAQ_Permits.html

Next Hike: Get to know Barrington’s Trails  TBD

Go HERE for information


Important Note: "Weekend Walkabouts" are always on the 2nd Saturday of the month unless otherwise notified

 

Help Save the 1,500-acre proposed Stonehouse Forest in Barrington

The Final Push is on! Help out the Southeast Land Trust finish this project to conserve 1500 acres in town.

For details, see  http://seltnh.org/help-save-the-1500-acre-proposed-stonehouse-forest-in-barrington/