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One member is being sought to join the Conservation Commission, which is tasked with protecting local natural resources and features and acting as stewards of the Town’s conservation properties. More
You may find both forms on our documents sections. Please visit MADEP for instructions on how to fill out both forms or call our office at 978 440 5472.
For those who signed up with L/S Adult Ed. Following is Schedule and information of walks, led by members of Sudbury’s Conservation Commission. More
Springtime brings little baby turtles and salamanders! They cross the street to get to an area of water. Too often drivers do not see them until it is too late. If you see them crossing, unless … More
The Middlesex Conservation District is holding its Spring 2017 Plant sale with many interesting and native species. Please click on the link below for more information: Welcome to the Middlesex Conservation District Website We are now … More
Conservation Commission Statement on Work at the SVT Memorial Forest The Sudbury Conservation Commission office has received a number of inquiries regarding the tree removal work being done by Sudbury Valley Trustees at the Memorial … More
Ask questions and get the latest information on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Design Project on Tuesday, November 29, 2016, 7-9PM at Town Hall. More
Please look at the maps provided on our site of the many Conservation Properties that Sudbury currently has (look under Conservation Lands) . These maps will give you the general sense of area, and if you plan … More
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Sudbury is covered with Wetlands. Many landowners may not be aware their land even has wetlands on it. This Brochure may be used as a guide to help determine what can and cannot be done without a permit. Please read and call the Conservation office for further questions. 9784405472.
Current Sudbury Wetland Regulations More