About AVCC

The Association of Vermont Conservation Commissions (AVCC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support Vermont’s conservation commissions and to encourage the establishment of more conservation commissions in the state. AVCC is a membership organization, with conservation commissions as well as individuals as members. Founded in 1990, AVCC is overseen by a volunteer board of directors.


Recent News and Updates

Spotlight on Success Stories

AVCC compiles success stories from across Vermont in the first of archive of its kind to document local conservation successes. Click here to access the Success Stories Library, where you can submit your own story and search/browse for others.

Conservation Commissions in the News

June 1st – Conservation commissions in Fayston, Waitsfield and Warren employ goats and sheep to battle Japanese knotweed infestations in the Mad River Valley: Valley Reporter

May 10th – Williams College students join the Pownal Conservation Commission and Parks and Recreation Committee to develop a formal land use management plan for 300 acres adjacent to the Strobridge Recreation Area: Bennington Banner