- 8 a.m.
- The last Tuesday of every month
- Planning and Land Management Building
First Floor Meeting Room
141 Keyes Road
Concord, MA 01742
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Bob White, Chair
- Spencer Borden
- David Clarke
- Carlene Hempel
- Bill Kemeza
- Jay Keyes
- Ken Miller
Estabrook Home Foundation
Ruins of William Brewster's Cabin
William Brewster's Canoe House at October Farm
Jennie Dugan Brook
Bay Circuit Trail
New Bridge at Second Division Brook
New Bridge Construction at Second Division Brook Conservation Land
Harrington Park Sign
Trail at the River Confluence
William Brewster's Initials at October Farm
River Confluence at Egg Rock
Swamp at Annursnac Conservation Land
Bog at West Concord Park
AMC Work Party 2016
Old Rifle Range Trailhead
Hutchins Pond in Punkatasset
Old Calf Pasture
View across Mattison Field
Communication Building Ruins at Annursnac
Indian Rock in Estabrook Woods
Second Division Brook
Target 3 at the Old Rifle Range
Reformatory Branch Trail
Reformatory Branch Trailhead
|November 30, 2021|
|January 25, 2022||February 22, 2022|
|March 29, 2022||April 26, 2022|
|May 31, 2022||June 28, 2022|
|July 26, 2022||August 30, 2022|
|September 27, 2022||October 25, 2022|
|November 29, 2022|
The Trails Committee aids the Town in trails issues and facilitate processes related to them, and to advise the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) on trail issues including, but not limited to:
- Any Restrictions Required for Trail Preservation
- Handicap Accessibility
- Instances of Improper Encroachment
- Interference With Trail Use
- Routing or Re-Routing
- Trail Blockages or Deterioration
- Trail Marking
How Can You Get Involved? Become a Trail Steward!
Trail Stewards adopt a conservation area or trail and monitor it periodically to evaluate trail conditions and report on any needed maintenance concerns such as downed trees, invasive species control, and flooding. Stewards also make recommendations about improvements in the trails in their area and report on any illegal activity.
Click here for a list of Trail Steward Responsibilities
For more information, please contact the Division of Natural Resources Office at 978-318-3285.
- Monitors the condition of all Concord existing public trails and trail markings, and identify areas needing improvement. Trail areas needing improvement will be documented and photographed. Identify appropriate locations for new trails, coordinating with private landowners on adjacent parcels through direct contact, when a new trail or trail amenity will be constructed within twenty feet of their property line.
- Develops and revises trail maps and descriptions for Town lands.
- Assists the NRC, where appropriate, in implementing recommendations made by the Committee and approved by the NRC.
- Supports the NRC and its mission by stewarding trails and Town lands.