Telephone: (603) 353-4652

Grafton County Conservation District

The Grafton County Conservation District assists interested land users with technical, educational and financial conservation services to protect, improve and sustain our natural resources.


The Grafton County Conservation District office at the Grafton County Complex is open.  Please call ahead to schedule a visit:  (603) 787-6973

Grafton County Conservation District Supervisors usually meet the third Wednesday of the month.  Our schedule can adjust to accommodate other meeting schedules.  Please call to confirm monthly meeting schedule.

Contact Pam for additional meeting information: (603) 787-6973 or email:

Pursuant to RSA 91-A:2 II, draft minutes are available for public inspection upon request within 5 business days of the meeting. If you would like a copy please call (603) 787-6973 or email:

Our next Supervisors Meeting will be held on Wednesday September 15, 2021 at 9:00AM in the Basement Conference Room at the Grafton County Complex. 



Thursday, September 9, 2021: 5:00-7:00PM  Getting Even More Out of Your Cover Crops

The Grafton County Farm has teamed up with UNH Extension and the Grafton County Conservation District to install a cover crop demonstration in the vegetable field behind the farmstand.  We have a mix of cover crops for vegetable and dairy systems and will hold a grower meeting from 5-7pm on September 9th.  Please join us for a real discussion about the benefits and challenges of cover crops. 

2 Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits have been approved for this workshop.  Please contact Heather Bryant for more information at: or 603 787-6944.

Thursday, September 30, 2021: 4:00-5:30PM  Grafton County Forest Timber Harvest 5 Years Later: What’s Growing?

The most recent timber harvest on the Grafton County Forest was completed in the winter of 2016.  Most of the harvest consisted of patch cuts to regenerate a variety of trees, shrubs and other plants for wildlife habitat and future timber growth.  Join UNH Extension, Natural Resources Conservation Service, National Wild Turkey Federation and Grafton County Conservation District to explore the harvest area and see what’s growing.  Please contact Pam Gilbert for more information at (603) 787-6973 or email: