Middlesex Conservation District

Middlesex Conservation District

About the District

Board of Supervisors
David Williams, Chairman, Marlborough
Katherine Becker, Boxborough
Frederick Farmer, Pepperell
Stephen McFarland, Groton


Our Board of Supervisors meets monthly at our office, 319 Littleton Rd., Suite 205, Westford, MA. Any landowner or occupier in Middlesex County is eligible to serve on the board or as a non-voting Associate Member. If you would like to attend a meeting, please call our office at 978-692-9395 to confirm the date and time.

Directions to the Middlesex Conservation District office:
From Rt. 495 heading South take exit 32 – Westford. At end of ramp turn left and go to lights. Turn right onto Rt. 110/Littleton Rd. Go 1.5 miles to our office on the right. It’s a 3-story brick building. We are on the second floor.
From Rt. 495 heading North take exit 31 – Littleton/Rt. 119. At end of ramp turn left and go to lights. Turn left onto Rt. 110. Our office is 1.5 miles on the left (two doors up from 99 Restaurant, formerly Old Oaken Bucket Restaurant). It’s a 3-story brick building – we’re on the second floor.
From Boston take Rt. 2 West to Rt. 495 North. Follow above directions.
From Boston take Rt. 93 North to Rt. 495 South. Follow above directions to exit 32.
From Rt. 128 take either Rt. 2 West, Rt. 3 North or Rt. 93 North. If you take Rt. 3 North, get off at Rt. 495 heading South and follow above directions.



Date:  January 14, 2019        7 p.m.

Welcome and Establish Quorum (majority of Board Members)
Minutes from November 19, 2018 and December 3, 2018

Treasurer’s Report –  November 19, 2018 to January 13, 2019. 
Plant Sale Coordinator Report
District Conservationist Report

New Business

  1. 2019 Board Meetings Schedule – wallet size cards
  2. Election of Officers
  3. FY 18 Conservation District Innovation Grant 2018 Updates
  4. Future Project Ideas
  5. Local Issues

Future Board Meetings:  Monday, February 11, 2019          



The George Nichols Dam Project   (click to go to site)

NRCS Recovery Act projects are wise investments in conserving natural resources and protecting public safety and critical infrastructure. This dam rehabilitation project created or saved jobs (both directly and indirectly related to the project) and is protecting lives and property during floods. During and after floods it will prevent injury and disease, reduce the need for emergency services, and keep community services operating.