Conservation

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The Greenwich Conservation Commission is an advisory board set up under State Statute and local ordinance to assist the Town with planning and management of its natural and cultural resources.

  1. Economically compelling energy savings: accessing technical and financial resources

    Believe it. Energy efficiency retrofits for commercial buildings make good economic sense for both big and small buildings. Read on...
  2. Economically Compelling Energy Savings: Accessing technical and financial resources

    Believe it. Energy efficiency retrofits for commercial buildings make good economic sense for both big and small buildings. Read on...
  3. Proposed zoning text amendments (8/1/18 version) regarding Special Permit and Special Exception

    The hearing will be held on October 9, 2018 at 7:15 p.m in the Town Hall Meeting Room. Read on...
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The Conservation staff works daily and regularly attends meetings with:

  • Board of Selectmen's office
  • Health
  • Inland Wetlands
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Public Works
  • Planning and Zoning

Environmental Organizations the Commission Works With

Commission members and staff serve as liaisons to numerous local, regional, and state environmental organizations including:

  • Audubon Greenwich
  • Connecticut Envirothon Program
  • Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
  • Fairfield County Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Friends of Greenwich Point
  • Greenwich Land Trust
  • Greenwich Green and Clean
  • Land Conservation Coalition of Connecticut
  • League of Conservation Voters
  • Mianus River Watershed Council
  • Soundwaters