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Community Building

Thank you everyone!

The Birds and Blooms Market Garden Sale
was supported by generous donors
and enthusiastic participants.

!00% of proceeds help provide 
the flowers seen all around the villages,
and the flags flying in the breeze.


Check the Concert Page for Info
Gypsy Reel, Yankee Chank and more!

We had a stellar summer of concerts on the Green 2023 which endured even after the devastating rains, thanks to the Cavendish Elementary School who allowed us to use their playground for performances while the Richard Svec Green was rehabilitated. Music brought us together again!


Cool your home with

a heat pump or

heat pump water heater?

Check efficiency vermont for guidance

and rebates

Thanks to everyone who made Green Up Day such a success! Check the Town Office Lobby for a list of a few roads that still need attention.

Photo by Anne Comeau

The 2025 Calendar theme is

 Cavendish Strong and Resilient

How do you see nature renew itself? What image comes to mind when you think of the  strength and beauty in our community? There are so may possibilities.  We look forward to seeing your photos!!!

Submit your photo by May 21st 


Photos will be displayed in the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library for voting until 31st!

Photos should be landscape orientation.

Photos sent digitally must have a minimum 300 dpi.

Include your name, contact info, where the photo was taken and your preferred title.

The photos must be taken in Cavendish/Proctorsville

Submit Photos to

or drop a quality photo at the

Cavedish Fletcher Community Library

once a photo has been submitted the Calendar Committee reserves rights to reprint and use for the beneft of the Cavendish Community and Conservaton Association.

For more info contact Robin

Click the Trail Association above for photos and more information.

Cavendish Annual Bird walk Sunday May 26th

with Marianne and Michael Walsh of the

Mount Ascutney Audubon Society.

When - Sunday May 26

Where - 731 Stevens Rd Cavendish

What time - 7:30 am

This is a quiet stroll on woodland hilly trails and is of moderate difficulty. Please bring your binoculars, your curiosity and please wear good shoes and long pants for tic prevention.

RSVP wotj Rpbom 802-259-2327

Directional questions to Julia 802-522-2675

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Mission Statement
The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association supports the preservation of community, natural resources and historic sites. We promote education and activities that connect and benefit all members of our community
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