Conservation Montgomery is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organzation. We are a coalition of civic and environmental organizations as well as individual
residents who address a broad spectrum of environmental and quality of life challenges
facing Montgomery County over the next decade as the county approaches a population of one
million. The first of its kind in the county, Conservation Montgomery serves as a forum for county residents who want:
- Effective watershed protection and stormwater management
- Tree-lined streets -- and a tree and forest canopy that will provide environmental,
economic and aesthetic benefits
- Workable solutions dealing with the impacts of climate change
- Energy-efficient homes, offices and businesses
- Sustainable transportation
- Pedestrian and bike-friendly neighborhoods
- Green public space and lush parks
- Responsive governance with land use decisions based on input all community stakeholders
To sustain Montgomery County's quality of life and natural resources for current and future generations though community awareness and sound decision-making.
Our VisionA connection between the health of our natural landscape and our collective quality of life. Conservation Montgomery envisions an environmentally literate citizenry and elected officials who act to protect natural resources in our communities.
Board of DirectorsPlease note: We have a dedicated but unpaid volunteer board. Thanks for your patience if you contact us.
Above: Members of our Board at the 2012 Annual Meeting, above from left to right standing: Founding Board Member Mark Buscaino, and Board Members Alan Bowser, Ginny Barnes, Arlene Bruhn, Caren Madsen, Barbara Hoover, and Evan Glass. Seated from left to right: Diane Cameron and Jennifer Chambers. Not pictured: Mike Rubin from Boyds, MD