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These reports highlight the important accomplishments in land conservation and parks creation over the past several years.
Our citizens have a right to the quality of life that clean water and undeveloped open space can provide. Which is mandated by Article 97 of the state constitution.
Learn about the benefits of land conservation in Massachusetts.
Energy & Environmental Affairs (EEA) is pleased to announce the availability of tax credits of up to $75,000 for a donation of conservation land.
The Smart Growth & Smart Energy policy agenda recognizes the interconnection between land use, energy, and transportation policies.
The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) is offering Massachusetts cities and towns technical help to improve their land use practices.
Learn about the Massachusetts Forest Forum.