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We believe land management must be suited to the ecological needs of the plants and animals that live there, and the cultural practices of the people using the land.

Good stewardship is inherent in almost all aspects of our work. From the initial documentation of resources to on-the-ground management steps, Conservation Works provides clients with a broad range of services that help them understand and maintain their property sustainably.

Identifying, clearing and marking property boundaries.

Locating, documenting, and GPS-mapping of boundary lines, corners, and monuments from available surveys and other records.

Expert photographing of landscape features, habitat, wetland resources, scenery, wildlife, birdlife, and flora for electronic or print reproduction.

We’re here to make conservation work for you!

Conservation in action...

Urban Open Space & Recreation Plan

Urban Open Space & Recreation Plan

Conducted public outreach to inform goals and action plan for next seven years, and ADA assessment of 29 city parks.

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Scenic Byway Trail Easements

Scenic Byway Trail Easements

Securing connections within a regional trail network.

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Land Trust Alliance Re-accreditation Process

Land Trust Alliance Re-accreditation Process

Land trust stewardship assistance on over 60 properties.

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Ecological Studies & Stewardship Plans

Ecological Studies & Stewardship Plans

Supporting environmental stewardship of Amherst College's campus.

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Red Pine Replacement

Red Pine Replacement

Management of the harvesting and replacement of red pines infected by disease and insect problems.

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Conservation Area Bridge & Boardwalk

Trail design and grant writing services to support the renovation of an existing bridge and boardwalk.

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