Land Stewardship Program

Stewardship Program For Conservation Properties

The Littleton Conservation Commission (LCC) maintains conservation lands owned by the town. Art Lazarus originally started the Stewardship Program in 1999 for the care and maintenance of all the conservation properties in Littleton, and then he had gathered volunteers to be responsible for overseeing the needed work. Working very closely with the Littleton Conservation Trust (LCT), the Stewards are an active and essential part of maintaining our conservation lands, including work such as trail maintenance, sign installation, property boundary monitoring, non-native, invasive or noxious plant control, educational events or publishing brochures for specific parcels. You can find more about Land Stewardship from the link below.

If you are interested in volunteering with the LCC Land Stewardship Program, please use the form below to tell us a little about your interests and skills. 

Once you have been assigned a specific project or parcel for Stewardship, please be sure to fill out and submit this Consent and Release Form below.

For more information on Littleton Conservation Trust land stewardship, please visit