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Crapo Hill Landfill The Crapo Hill Landfill is a 152 acre landfill in Dartmouth that serves the community of Dartmouth and New Bedford. Constructed in 1994 by the Greater New Bedford Regional Refuse Management District it was the culmination of twenty years of planning and development. The facility has won numerous awards for excellence management and will provide service to the needs of the community for approximately 47 years. Dan Perry acted as counsel for the District beginning in 1983 and acted as its counsel in connection with the acquisition of the property, securing zoning, wetlands and environmental permitting including authorization to operate from theRead More →

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Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT) is a non-profit, membership-supported organization, formed in 1971 by community members concerned about the future of Dartmouth. Over the years, DNRT has helped permanently protect nearly 5,000 acres of wetlands, wildlife habitat, farmland, forests, and scenic landscapes in Dartmouth, making it one of the most successful land trusts in the state. DNRT currently owns 1,530 acres in 52 Reserves, and stewards 37 conservation restrictions on another 1,000 acres. They also maintain 40 miles of walking trails.Read More →