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Candia Conservation Calendar

Submit your photos for our 2020 calendar! Due Sept 1

CCC Calendar 2019

2020 Calendar Photo Submissions. The Candia Conservation Commission is looking ahead for photos for the 2020 Candia Conservation Calendar. All proceeds go to the Debra Bell Levesque Scholarship Fund and provide for a Candia student to attend one week at Barry Conservation Camp in Berlin, NH.

Find out more about the Debra Bell Levesque Scholarship.

Photo Submission Information:

  • Photos must be taken in Candia and be of wildlife and or landscapes of our beautiful town.
  • Photos should be at least 300 dpi.
  • Photos should be in focus (with no blurriness) when enlarged to a 11" x 8" format.
  • Photos containing manmade items, such as fences, bird feeder, etc. will not be considered.
  • Email your photos to photos@candiaconservationcommission.org. Please put "Calendar Contest" in the subject line and all relevant information in the body (including the photographer’s name, and where and when the photo was taken).
  • Submission deadline is September 1, 2019.

Check out our Photo Gallery to view calendar photos from previous years.


"Critter Crossing" signs available

CCC KIDS club helped Mrs. Lindsey paint the Critter Crossing signs

Children in the CCC KIDS club helped Mrs. Lindsey paint the "Critter Crossing" signs that will be put along Candia's roads this spring to help protect crossing animals. These signs will be displayed and available at Candia's Town-wide Roadside cleanup on Sat., April 27th at Moore Park as well. In addition, residents can contact the Conservation Commission to get one to place on their road.

Find out more about CCC KIDS Club

Barry Camp Scholarship winner announced

Congratulations Remy Alff!

Barry Conservation Camp Winner 2019 - Remy Alff

The Candia Conservation Commission awarded its 5th annual Barry Conservation Camp scholarship to Remy Alff, a 5th grader at the Moore School.

Remy will attend the 2019 Conservation Camp 4-H On The Wild Side (age 10-16) in July where he will “Experience nature and reunite with the great outdoors. Paddle a canoe, fillet a fish and cook it over an open fire, sleep under the stars, learn how to observe nature, climb a mountain, swim in a pond, create nature crafts and more. Truly experience the great outdoors.” Congratulations Remy!

Find out more about our scholarship

2018/2019 Newsletter Available

A publication of the CCC listing our ongoing and upcoming projects

CCC Newsletter

Our Fall 2018/Winter 2019 Newsletter is available now. Topics this year include information about our Barry Conservation Camp scholarship, the completion of the Fowler easement, the presentation on climate change, our Old Home Day booth, and a note from our chair.