Commission buys books for library


BEACON FALLS — The Conservation Commission used $300 of its budgeted funds to purchase new books for the Beacon Falls Library.

The books were bought to help further the commission’s goal to educate and raise awareness on the importance of conservation matters such as appreciating nature and the outdoors, respecting the environment and preserving open space.

The books include “Composting for Dummies,” “Living Green at Home” and “What Nature has Done to Us.”


  1. Thank you to the Conservation Commission for working with and supporting other organizations within the town. Each board or commission in the town should have a stated goal to educate and raise awareness on as it relates to its mission.