Environmental Corridor and Open Space Committee
Do you want to make a difference in your Community? Are you interested in preserving the natural areas and environmental corridors within the Village? Then the Village's Environmental Corridor and Open Space Committee is a great opportunity for you to get involved. The Village of Hartland is looking for dedicated residents to help protect and maintain the Village's natural habitats. The Environmental Corridor and Open Space Committee is a permanent follow-up to the Environmental Corridor and Open Space Task Force that evaluated and developed recommendations on Village-owned parcels of land that contain stands of woods, wetlands, open fields and other areas including portions of the Hartland Marsh, public parks and privately held lands.
We are looking for people to develop and implement programs, work party events and activities to follow the goals and recommendations in the Task Force Report. The Committee will also help maintain an inventory of Village owned, other publically or non-profit held and privately held parcels of land that contain environmentally sensitive corridors within the boundaries of the Village of Hartland and monitor and assess the conditions of those environmental areas.
If this sounds like a great way to be involved in your Community, then please complete and submit a Volunteer Profile Sheet or stop by the Village Hall. Thanks for your consideration!
Are You Interested?
Interested in serving on one of the Village's Boards, Commissions or Committees? Complete and submit a Volunteer Profile Sheet to the clerk's office. Board and commission appointments are considered at the last Village Board meeting held in April of each year.
Volunteer Profile Sheet (to complete and submit electronically)
Volunteer Profile Sheet (PDF) (fillable form)