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Plymouth has thousands of acres of open land, and much of it is wildlife habitat for rare species.

The following organizations are working to conserve Plymouth's open space:

Plymouth Open Space Committee
Seeks to identify land suitable to be set aside as Open Space, and to find ways and means to fund its acquisition. The Committee works with any interested citizens of Plymouth, as well as with conservation organizations and reports directly to Town Meeting. Its 9 members are appointed by the Plymouth Board of Selectmen, the Planning Board and the Conservation Commission. To see their website click here.

The Nature Conservancy
A leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.  For more information call their Plymouth office at: 508-732-0300 or click here to learn more.

Trustees of Reservations
Saving the Massachusetts landscape for people to enjoy. Their conservation work has helped protect more than 53,000 acres across the state, including the Holmes Reservation in North Plymouth. Click here to see their website.

Wildlands Trust of SE Mass
Saving the Special Places of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Among the threatened: the oldest farms and forestry land in America, quiet ponds and riverfronts, rural landscapes, and wildlife habitats. The Trust has geared up and developed professional tools and partnerships to save land, assist landowners, and protect the character of our towns. To learn more call 781-934-9018 or click here.

MassGIS is the Commonwealth's Office of Geographic and Environmental Information
To see their database of maps and information about Plymouth, click here.


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