What is CRAC?

CRAC is the Carlisle Conservation Restriction Advisory Committee. The committee was established by the Conservation Commission to assist landowners in understanding and protecting their CRs and is responsible for monitoring all CRs which have been granted to the Town of Carlisle. The committee also advises the Conservation Commission in matters pertaining to CRs. Members are appointed by the Selectmen.

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1. What is a CR?
2. What is a “Grantee” and why is this necessary?
3. Can a CR be removed?
4. Why are CRs put in place by landowners ?
5. What are the tax benefits of a CR?
6. Does a CR mean that the public has access to my land?
7. I want to do some work on my property, and I want to make sure I’m not violating the terms of the CR. Whom should I contact?
8. How common are conservation restrictions?
9. I know someone else who may want to grant a CR on their property. How do they get started?
10. What is CRAC?
11. Why does CRAC inspect properties?