Eastford has its own open space fund, and there are also state and federal grant funds available for protecting open space. If you love your land and would like to see some or all of it protected from development for future generations, we would like to hear from you.
Good jobs, a strong economy and a stable mill rate are critical to Eastford's future. So are a clean environment and our small town, rural character. If we all pitch in - working and planning together - we can ensure that generations to come will also enjoy these assets.
The Commission consists of nine members and in the web pages on Conservation & Historic Preservation, you can review our mission statement. In addition you can review or download Natural Resource Maps including Agricultural Soils, Ground and Surface Water Resources and several others. Additionally, links to local and state organizations supporting open space and other conservation initiatives can be found.