The Conservation Commission is responsible for the preservation of open land and the protection of wetlands through the provisions of State and Federal Wetlands Protection statutes and Carlisle’s Non-zoning Wetlands Protection Bylaw.
Its activities include:
Holding public hearings under its statutory authority to protect wetlands from illegal filling or pollution and to protect them from increased flooding problems
Involvement in the acquisition and management of open lands for passive recreation purposes
UPDATE: Carlisle Non-Zoning Wetland Protection Bylaw Fees effective Jan 27, 2020 HERE
The Carlisle Conservation Commission is evaluating the future uses of the Carlisle Cranberry Bog, because commercial cranberry farming will no longer be feasible.Take the surveyHERE