The SuAsCo CISMA has two types of participation in the organization: Principle Partners and Supporting Partners. Principle Partners are signatories to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishing the SUASCO CISMA. The Supporting Partners are not signatories to the MOU but are supportive of and interested in participating in some capacity in the SUASCO CISMA. Principle Partners are eligible to serve on the SuAsCo CISMA Steering Committee, the governing body. Currently, there are 38 Principle Partners and 3 Supporting Partners.

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Principle Partners

Berlin Conservation Commission

Carlisle Conservation Commission

Carlisle Conservation Foundation

Chelmsford Conservation Commission

Concord Land Conservation Trust

Concord Natural Resources Commission

Framingham State University, Biology

Friends of the Assabet River NWR

Harvard Conservation Commission

Hop Brook Protection Association

Lincoln Conservation Commission

Lincoln Land Conservation Trust

Littleton Conservation Commission

Littleton Conservation Trust

Marlborough Conservation Commission

Mass Audubon

Maynard Conservation Commission

Middlesex Conservation District

Natick Garden Club

National Park Service

New England Forestry Foundation

New England Wild Flower Society

OARS: Organization for the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers

Southborough Open Land Foundation

Stow Conservation Commission

Stow Conservation Trust

SUASCO Watershed Community Council

SUASCO Wild & Scenic River Stewardship Council

Sudbury River Watershed Organization

Sudbury Valley Trustees

The Trustees of Reservations

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service

The Walden Woods Project

Wayland Conservation Commission

Wayland Surface Water Quality Committee

Westborough Conservation Commission

Westborough Community Land Trust

Westford Conservation Trust


Supporting Partners

Acton Conservation Commission

Massachusetts Fish and Game - Division of Ecological Restoration

Mass Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program