Note: These links are provided as a convenience by the Conservation Commission. We make no warranties, expressed or implied as to the accuracy of the information on these sites. Some of these sites require that Adobe Acrobat is installed on your computer. If you need this program, go to www.adobe.com for free download of Acrobat Reader.
U.S.Dept. of Agriculture NRCS The Natural Resource Conservation Service is a federal agency that works in partnership with the American people to conserve and sustain our natural resources.
New England Water Works Association The leading authority on education, training opportunities and public outreach to protect and improve drinking water and water utility operations
General Wetland Information
General Environmental Interest
Rules and Regulations
(PDF File 4.8M)
Open Space Protection and Management
Weather and Climate
Rivers and Streams
Environmental and Stormwater Management Consultants
Note: These links are provided as a convenience by the Conservation Commission. The Commission does not endorse any consultant for local projects.
Engineering Systems and Solutions
Composting Toilets Designed for close proximity to sensitive resource areas and drinking water supplies.
A.H. Harris Sitework Catalog Contains products used for erosion control during sitework, including Siltsack and Dirtbag (please be patient, long download for Adobe Acrobat).
Ideal Concrete Block Use of concrete pavers instead of asphalt reduces surface water runoff which can carry contaminants toward resource areas or cause erosion.
Hydro International A package of products that are designed for the control, storage and treatment of stormwater.