“CCCA is committed to a vibrant Cavendish/Proctorsville community that supports it’s human and natural resources, building a legacy of health, integrity and vitality for future generations.”


Press Release 

Cavendish Community Calendars on Sale Now

 


 

            The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association still has 2016 calendars for sale. The calendars can be purchased at Crow’s Bakery in Proctorsville or at the Cavendish Town Offices on High Street. All calendar sales proceeds go to support the work of the Association.

 

            Again this year the calendars feature beautiful and colorful pictures of Cavendish scenes. All pictures were taken by Cavendish residents and highlight the beauty of our various landscapes, historic heritage, and animals. These are the contest winning photos that the public picked last spring. The animals, flowers and scenery are all found in Cavendish, and therefore are as familiar to Vermonters as the emerald hillsides and snow-dusted ridgelines. But the depth of color and the peaceful settings make each month’s selection special.

 

            Anyone living in the Cavendish area would find one of these calendars a useful and artistic addition to a kitchen or office. They also make great holiday gifts, especially to those who just wish they lived in Vermont! For more information call Robin Timko at 226-7736.



     Go to Community Calendar Page for more Information

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Mission Statement


The CCCA is a non-profit membership organization that is dedicated to the conservation of land and natural resources and to the preservation of historic sites within the context of sustainable economic growth. Its commitment is to promote understanding and learning that engages and benefits all members of the Cavendish/Proctorsville community, now and in the future.

Grassroots Communities

CCCA believes that our focus on conservation provides a critical balance to Cavendish during this time of increased development pressure. Situated only a few hours from large population densities, Vermont is changing rapidly as farm and forest lands throughout the state are being converted to non-agricultural uses at an unprecedented rate.


We are particularly concerned about flat, open lands most valuable for agriculture as they are also most suitable for housing, industry and retail uses. We are just as concerned with fragmentation of forests, which negatively impacts wildlife habitats, water quality, ecosystem processes, the timber industry, viewsheds and access to land for recreation.


National Geographic Traveler recently rated Vermont as one of the top unspoiled destinations in the world, along with Norwegian fjords and the Swiss Alps. Shortly after that release, the National Trust for Historic Preservation declared Vermont one of America’s most endangered places. Vermont loses a square mile of critical habitat and 6,500 acres to development every year.


Throughout Vermont organizations like CCCA are coming together to educate themselves and their communities about the value of our heritage, alternative enterprises for land-owners and ways to support the working landscape. We are excited about the important work before us and we ask for your continuing interest and support.

Projects and Plans

In accordance with the CCCA Vision and Mission Statements, the organization has worked closely with many citizens and town officials on land use issues and with the Cavendish Historical Society on historic preservations and similar projects. The CCCA Board and members believe that Cavendish can preserve its rural character and still pursue economic and social progress.


None of this is possible without the volunteer efforts of citizen members who are willing to give some of their time and talent to the process. CCCA has no employees and no hierarchy other than the directing efforts of the Board members, all of whom are Cavendish citizens who are concerned with the future of our town. Members can give whatever time they can afford and can help on whatever issue concerns them the most.


Some Cavendish property owners live in other towns and states, but are still deeply interested in the issues and projects espoused by CCCA. These individuals are still welcome to join and they can contribute to CCCA efforts through cash donations anytime.