What we do, who we are & how to contact us

The Woodstock Conservation Commission (WCC) is charged with maintaining an inventory of natural resources (forest, farmland and other open space in town); monitoring conservation easements held by the town; formulating watershed and drought management plans; making recommendations to other municipal agencies on proposed land use and other plans for the prioritization, conservation and protection of open space, greenways and other natural resources; and supervising, as well as managing, municipally-owned open space such as forest land.  The Plan & WCC Bylaws


Town government cannot and should not try to do everything that is needed to preserve our way of life and our open spaces. It must find effective ways to coordinate the technical and financial resources offered by private organizations, state agencies and local volunteers. Our keys to success are a shared vision of the future, action by the community, and individual responsibility. The Conservation Commission seeks to cooperate with other town organizations, residents and interested parties on town planning and our efforts to maintain and enhance the character of Woodstock.


Commission Members are: 

  • Crystal Adams 
  • Jonathan Audette 
  • Beth Bernard 
  • Lisa Davidson 
  • Grace Jacobson - Secretary and Treasurer 
  • Jean Pillo 
  • Alfred Purcell 
  • Maura Robie - Vice Chair 
  • Ruby Senkowski 
  • Pam Spaeth - Alternate
  • Jordan L Stern 
  • Lee Wesler - Chair 


 Contact us at: wcc.woodstock.ct@gmail.com or send regular mail to: 

Woodstock Conservation Commission, Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281-3039

Get Involved

Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know!  We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!

Thank You

Whether you volunteer  your time or share what you've learned  with friends, thank you. We can't realize our plan without the support of our community.