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Protected Open Space
The Williston Conservation Commission has led the Town's efforts to conserve lands that have valuable natural resources through the use of the Environmental Reserve Fund. Since the program’s inception in 1989, the ERF has helped to conserve 2,252 acres in Williston. The ERF is a powerful leveraging tool resulting in a $2.4 million investment for a total value of $5.2 million over the life of the fund. Here you can find information about publically accessible conserved lands in Williston.
Conservation Prioritization
Information on how the Williston Conservation Commission prioritizes lands for conservation...
Mud Pond Conservation Area
For information about Mud Pond Conservation Area...
Mud Pond Country Park
For more information about the Mud Pond Country Park...
Five Tree Hill Country Park
For more information about Five Tree Hill Country Park...
Sucker Brook Hollow Country Park
For more information on the Sucker Brook Hollow Country Park....
Jacob-Krantz Property
For more information about the Jacob-Krantz property...
Town Hall Field (Former Lyon Property)
For more information on the Town Hall Field....
Catamount Community Forest

For more information about the Catamount Community Forest...

 

 

 

 

 
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