Invasives Education

Invasives Education

The Weston Conservation Department is offering a series of FREE educational and work day events. We invite the community to learn about invasive plant removal and proper disposal and native plant restoration. This is a great opportunity to begin to eradicate invasives in your own yard. Signup at

Weston Conservation

The Conservation staff in the Land Use Department are responsible for the day to day operation of the Conservation Commission. This includes:

  • Reviewing applications for work near wetlands, as well as drafting, issuing, and monitoring wetland permits to ensure compliance with the Wetlands Protection Act
  • Providing residents with education and outreach information on the wetland permitting process
  • Managing Weston’s 1,800 acres of Conservation Land
  • Administering a number of land management contracts
  • Conducting baseline documentation of conservation land and Conservation Restrictions
  • Monitoring conservation land for encroachments, and 
  • Collaborating with Weston Forest and Trail Association (WFTA) for trail management and education
  • Collaborating with Land’s Sake, Inc. for community farming and education, sustainable forestry, and maple sugaring