I have an area marked "Conservation Easement" on my property. What can I do there?

A Conservation Easement is a deeded restriction on your property. Its purpose is to provide additional protection to environmentally sensitive wetlands areas. The protected area must be left in its natural state, and no clearcutting, structures, or motorized vehicles are allowed. If the homeowner wants to cut brush or selected trees for the purposes of safety, wildlife habitat improvement, or aesthetics, permission must first be obtained from the Wetlands Enforcement Officer.