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Brendan Fitzpatrick

September 13, 2023

Framingham Seeking Conservation Commission Applicants

Photo courtesy of John Phelan

FRAMINGHAM - Multiple applicants are being sought to join the Framingham Conservation Commission.

Created in 1961, the commission's goal is to preserve open spaces and wetlands across the area. Local, state, and federal laws are implemented by the group, which is comprised of seven members. They oversee the management of more than 400 acres of city-owned land, including the Cochituate Brook Reservation and Arthur Morency Woods.

The commission conducts virtual meetings on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

The deadline to apply is Saturday, September 30. To apply, click here.

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