The Conservation Commission is composed of seven members serving staggered three-year terms; the Conservation Commission is responsible for administering the Wetland Protection Act (Ch.131 S40) and the Harvard Wetland Protection Bylaw. The Commission issues permits for activities in and near wetlands, floodplains, banks, river front areas, beaches, vernal pools and surface water. The Commission is the official agency charged with the protection of the community’s natural resources and management of town owned Conservation Land, currently ~1832 acres. The Commission also advises other town boards and officials on conservation issues that relate to their area of responsibility.
- Watch the April 2nd Tick Talk, provided by Harvard Cable TV
- Harvard Conservation Land Trails, provided by Harvard Conservation Trust
- Hiking on Harvard's Trails? Click here for information on Tick Awareness & Repellents
- Free Tick Testing Order Form
- Learn the facts and how to identify Invasive Plant Species Garlic Mustard
- Information on Living with Wetlands
|Liz Allard||Land Use Administrator/Conservation Agent||978-456-4100 ext. 321|