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Apply for the Debra Bell Levesque Scholarship to Barry Conservation Camp

Applications available now! Experience a week in the great outdoors

Barry Camp Sign

The Candia Conservation Commission is now accepting applications for the Debra Bell Levesque Scholarship to Barry Conservation Camp for the Summer of 2019. Candia youths, ages 10-16, are encouraged to apply and experience a week in the great outdoors. Find out more about our scholarship and download our application.

Candia Conservation Calendar

2019 calendar available for purchase.

CCC Calendar 2019

The 2019 Candia Conservation Commission Calendars are available for purchase ($10/each) at the Candia Town Hall, Smyth Public Library, and any Conservation Commission Member. All funds are used to support the Debra Bell Levesque Scholarship to Barry Conservation Camp.

 

 


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.
  • 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 the 2017 calendar photos.

2017/2018 Newsletter Available

A publication of the CCC listing our ongoing and upcoming projects

CCC Newsletter

Our Fall 2017/Winter 2018 Newsletter is available now. Topics this year include our scholarship for Barry Conservation Camp, an anonymous easement donation, a presentation on climate change, our Old Home Day booth, town forest walks, and a note from our chair.