Hamilton Conservation Commission

Hamilton, Massachusetts

Open space planning

Local Natural Resources

Homeowners information

Volunteer Opportunities!

Read the 1997 Hamilton Open Space and Recreation Plan

Who we are

The Hamilton Conservation Commission was established by the voters of the town to promote the preservation of the town's natural resources. It is an appointed volunteer board with responsibilities including reviewing projects that could affect the town's wetlands resource areas under the authority of the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (MGL Ch. 131, S. 40, in cooperation with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection) and the Hamilton Conservation Bylaw and Regulations. It also carries on open space planning, conservation education and public awareness projects

Our watersheds

Trails

Chebacco Woods

Plants and wildlife: Biodiversity

Local natural resource protection under Massachusetts laws

Public information and education

Commissioner's Workshop (documents and forms mainly of interest to conservation commissioners.)

Town of Hamilton web site

Links to related websites - DEP, state agencies, nonprofits, wetlands science sites

Webmaster: John Rhoads
Last updated: 4 Feb 2003

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