This past week’s storm dropped an estimated 4.1 inches of rain on Acton! Flood damage was observed throughout town as well as on our Conservation Lands. Please be cautious when visiting the trails and report any down trees or flooding to the Acton Conservation Division and/or the Land Stewardship Committee. Please refer to the CONSERVATION LAND & TRAIL STATUS page for live updates.
Please note that Guggins Brook Conservation Land’s trails are flooded due to recent weather events. Trails may be entirely inaccessible and/or require waders to navigate. Please use extreme caution when crossing boardwalks and bridges as they may not be stable.
In 2011, The Conservation Commission approved a policy to provide a consistent, appropriate process that enables individuals and organizations to honor or memorialize current and former members of the Acton community who have had a special connection to Acton’s conservation lands in a manner that also supports the open space needs of the Town of Acton.
Wright Hill is Acton’s newest conservation land. Acquired as a result of a Town Meeting vote in 2014, Wright Hill Conservation Land is 14 acres of meadow and woods in between West Acton Center and Guggins Brook Conservation Land. Continue reading Wright Hill Conservation Land→