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Jeff Lapnow Joins the Wilton Conservation Commission!

Bolton Landscape Design & Masonry is proud to announce our very own founder has been asked to join the Conservation Commission of the Town of Wilton, Connecticut. Jeff Lapnow assumed his position with the Wilton Conservation Commission in early February 2017. He brings a wealth of knowledge about local and exotic plants in Connecticut and beyond. The Commission is excited to bring his expertise to their future projects and initiatives.

Town of Wilton Conservation Commission Jeff Lapnow of Bolton Landscape Design & Masonry

About the Wilton Conservation Commission (from their website): The Conservation Commission manages the town owned open space lands and guides the development and conservation of natural resources. The Commission also functions as an advisory board to the Planning & Zoning and Inland Wetlands Commissions. The Conservation Commission also works to educate the public on conservation issues, to promote Wilton’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, and to encourage recycling and “green energy” practices.








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