Land Management Activities
The Conservation Commission is responsible for the protection and management of Weston’s natural resources. The Land Use Policy and Regulations (PDF) are available to review online.
While the Commission is responsible for a substantial amount of conservation land in town, private organizations such as Land’s Sake, Inc. and the Weston Forest and Trail Association provide significant assistance in maintaining this land.
The following are the Commission’s land management and monitoring activities.
Learn more about invasive plant species in Weston, browse detailed information on many species, find native plant alternatives for your land, learn how to remove and properly dispose of invasive species, and more.Link to page
The Conservation Commission assists in the stewardship of several agricultural activities in Weston.Link to page
Deer Management Program
Deer management is only one of the many programs the Commission has implemented to fulfill its mission of managing Weston's natural resources for the benefit of people, plants, and all wildlife.Link to page
Field, Forest and Meadow Preservation
Conservation is literally in our name and this department oversees the care and management of over 30 fields and meadows, including the historic Case Estates, as well as sustainable forestry practices.Link to page
Join the Weston Conservation Department and Weston Forest and Trail Association on the third Saturday of every month for stewardship and camaraderie as we work collaboratively to manage conservation land and off-road trails in Weston. Volunteers are what keep Weston special.Link to page
Surveying and GISLink to page
Weston Community Gardens
The Weston Community Gardens provide a beautiful and active public space for community members to grow organic produce and flowers.Link to page