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A wetland is a distinct ecosystem that is flooded by water, either permanently or seasonally, or where groundwater is at or near the ground surface for an extended period of time during the growing season, … More

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Here is a list of some wetland specialists that have done work in the town. This is not meant to either advocate or discount other wetland specialists, but rather to provide residents with some names familiar with Sudbury. More

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If you find you need to file a form for work being done under Conservation jurisdiction, either an RDA(request for determination) or NOI (notice of intent) you can find the links on our site under … More

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The Sudbury Conservation Commission provides gardening plots at the Lincoln Meadows conservation land (north side) off Lincoln Rd. Plots are 30′ x 30′ for $20 per season. Plots come plowed & staked with composted manure … More

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The Commission generally meets every other Monday night between 6:30-6:45 pm in the DPW Building Conference Room or, during COVID via Zoom Meetings. Please check meeting notices for exact times, Zoom information,  and/or date changes.

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Wetlands permits are required for all work within 100′ of a wetland resource area and within 200′ of all perennial streams. Wetlands are dynamic so the extent of wetlands change over time. As a result, … More

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