Chris Bodner, Chair
About the Conservation Committee
What does the Conservation Committee do?
- The Conservation Committee consists of volunteers who advise, assist and recommend actions to the Board which:
- Protect and enhance the existing natural resources of the community
- Maintain Common Areas in an ecologically sustainable manner
- Balance the needs of the community with available resources.
- Maintain affiliation and an open rapport with management, other committees and the Loft Ridge Board
What are the duties of a Conservation Committee member?
- Attend committee meetings
- Work together as a team to provide orderly, long-term planning, set goals, prepare budget requests, design and carry out projects, offer opportunities for natural resource education, and/or encourage appropriate recreational activities in the community’s Common Areas and adjacent county parks.
- Read the full charter here for more details
- Understand the needs and perspectives from around the Loft Ridge Community
How do you become a member?
- Anyone can volunteer to be a member
- Prior conservation knowledge is not required – just a willingness to learn
- A call for new Conservation Committee members is made during the Annual Meeting; you can also let any member of the Board of Directors know that you are interested in becoming a member
When does the Conservation Committee meet?
- The Committee usually meets on the third Thursday of every month. Meeting dates and times are listed on the Loft Ridge event calendar. Meeting details are sent to the Loft Ridge group email list before each meeting.