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FREE Organic Lawn Care Workshops for Property Owners & Landscapers
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FREE Organic Lawn Care Workshops for Property Owners & Landscapers
Several free workshops will be hosted by the Conservation Commission at Town Hall in September. Read more.
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Proposed Open Space Plan Released for Public Comment
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Proposed Open Space Plan Released for Public Comment
The Conservation Commission has released for public comment a proposed draft of the 2015 Open Space Plan. All residents are invited to attend a public information and listening session on February 17, 2015 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Cone Room on the 2nd floor of the Town Hall. Written comments will be accepted through the end of business on Monday, February 23, 2015. Press Release. ... Read more
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Living with Coyotes in Greenwich
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Living with Coyotes in Greenwich
Coyotes have been part of the Town of Greenwich’s natural landscape since the 1950’s when they expanded their territorial range eastward. They are well established across the state and are well-adapted to living in urban and suburban areas close to people.  The Conservation Commission has a coyote fact sheet with additional information and tips on how to handle coyotes in your neighborhood. ... Read more
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2016 World Fish Migration Day at Mianus Fishway - Saturday, May 21st
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2016 World Fish Migration Day at Mianus Fishway - Saturday, May 21st
The Greenwich Conservation Commission will be hosting a second open house at the Mianus River Fishway during the annual herring migration and in observance of World Fish Migration Day (www.worldfishmigrationday.com). ... Read more
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Mianus Fishway Open House: RESCHEDULED
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Mianus Fishway Open House: RESCHEDULED
Due to predicted cold and inclement weather, the Fishway Open House scheduled for Saturday, April 9 has been canceled and rescheduled for Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 10 a.m. to noon.   ... Read more
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Canada Goose Population Stabilization Training (egg oiling)
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Canada Goose Population Stabilization Training (egg oiling)
Once again, the Greenwich Conservation Commission will be hosting a training program for all local officials, residents, and land managers in the area as part of a regional effort to coordinate Canada goose management on both public and private properties.   ... Read more
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Promoting Healthy Soil for a Sustainable Environment
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Promoting Healthy Soil for a Sustainable Environment
The League of Women Voters of Greenwich, together with Greenwich Library, the Greenwich Conservation Commission, Greenwich Tree Conservancy, Greenwich Land Trust, Garden Education Center of Greenwich, Greenwich Community Gardens and Audubon Greenwich, invites the public to a November 17, 2015 presentation entitled “The Dirt on Food Supply: Promoting Healthy Soil for a Sustainable Environment.” ... Read more
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New Leaf Recycling Program in Greenwich
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New Leaf Recycling Program in Greenwich
Take a survey, get resources and find out more about our new Leaf Recycling program called "Leaves: Nature's Treasures" by visiting our new website here.
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Nature's Treasures
Leaf Recycling Survey for Landscape Professionals
Leaves: Nature's Treasures / The new leaf recycling/reusing program in Greenwich. Take the survey here.


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Important Notice from the Town Of Greenwich
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Town officials have formally enacted a Water Shortage ordinance placing mandatory restrictions on all outdoor water usage.