About the Stewards

The Bedford conservation land stewards are a group of volunteers who care for the conservation areas of Bedford, Massachusetts. Established in 1995, we work closely with the Bedford Conservation Commission and Trails Committee but are an independent organization.

Stewards get to know our conservation areas over time and serve as a voice advocating for them in our town.We present field reports twice a year at our Spring and Fall meetings. Input from land stewards gives the Conservation Commission the information they need to best serve the town and preserve our natural spaces.

We need you! Become a land steward. Contact us at bedfordlandstewards@gmail.com. Come to one of our meetings. Send us an enrollment form.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Bedford Conservation Areas in the SUASCO Watershed

Many of the conservation areas in Bedford are part of the Concord River watershed. The Concord River, along with the Sudbury and Assabet, have an active stewardship organization that invites participation from local individuals and organizations such as the Bedford conservation land stewards. The River Stewardship Council supports projects that "protect and enhance river resources." See information about the River Stewardship Council at their web site.


Bedford conservation areas that are within the Concord River watershed are:
  • Altmann
  • Anthony
  • Brown-Page
  • Buehler Ponds
  • Carlson
  • Cerasuolo
  • Clark
  • Coffin
  • Comley/Brennan
  • Lane Farm
  • Langone
  • Letizi
  • Lillian Carlson
  • Lindau Farmland
  • Little Meadow
  • Minnie Reid
  • Peppergrass Brook
  • Pickman Meadow
  • Pine Grove Farm
  • Redmond/Anderson
  • Wellington
  • White Cedar Swamp
  • Winthrop/Hayden