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Conservation Commission

Overview: The Conservation Commission was formed in 2003 as part of the Village’s Comprehensive Long-Range Plan to meet the conservation goals of Pinehurst. Since the Conservation Commission was established, it has become a large entity with six committees and many members. Over the past several years, the Conservation Commission has performed a number of activities including: educational workshops, Arbor Day, and promoting conservation by participating in community events. The subcommittees identify plants along the greenway and promote recycling, tree planting, water conservation and open space preservation. The six (6) subcommittees of the Conservation Commission include:


  • Formulate actionable plans and recommendations designed to enhance the public’s knowledge of the needs of and opportunities for the conservation of important natural resources in and around the Village of Pinehurst, for consideration of implementation via Village or other public/private means.
  • The Commission shall proactively establish liaisons with Resorts of Pinehurst, FirstHealth of the Carolinas, the Planning and Zoning Board, Historic Preservation Commission and the Village Beautification Committee.
  • Assist with the implementation of tasks and programs from the 2010 Comprehensive Long Range Village Plan that relate to the Conservation of Natural Resources.

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Pinehurst, NC 28374
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