“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.”
Click on images below for more information about our committees
July 28th Rick Davis and Friends
Check out the 2021 Concert Sponsors and Concert Line up
click on Summer Concerts above
Photo by Anne Comeau
2021 bird walk a success!
In the event of rain, concert will be held in the Gethsemane Church next to Crows Bakery on Depot. st and across from Outer Limits Brewery. No food can be brought into the concert and unvaccinated people are asked to wear masks.
Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo for the 2022 Community Calendar
Honey Bees in Cavendish
Cavendish Association of Trails
Guided trail walk Sunday August 1st
now accepting photos for the 2023 Cavendish Community Calendar
WILDLIFE IN CAVENDISH
Enter your photo for consideration in the 2023 Cavendish Community Calendar.
Please click on Heading above to find out details for submission.
Join us for a guided nature walk on Hardy Hill, a newly established hiking trail located in Cavendish. The walk will take place on Sunday, August 1st, starting at 10 a.m. hosted by the land owner, Pieter Van Schaik. Trail parking will be located at the intersection of East Road and Susannah Johnson Lane in Cavendish, just west of Caton Place Campground. The walk will last about two hours. Please reserve your spot by emailing email@example.com to say how many people will be walking.
HARDY HILL TRAIL
PROCTOR PIPER TRAIL
ORIGINAL ABENAKI TRAILS
CROWN POINT TRAIL
HARDY HILL GUIDED TRAIL WALK
Volunteers welcome for the Hardy Hill and Proctor Piper Trail projects!
The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association is a Vermont non-profit
corporation, 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.