Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The board of selectmen and the conservation commission of the town of Carlisle are hereby authorized to grant a permanent conservation restriction on all land owned by the town of Carlisle in the Davis Conservation Corridor, so-called, located off Bedford road and Stearns street in said town and comprising one hundred and twenty-six acres, more or less, to The Trustees of Public Reservations, a corporation established by section one of chapter three hundred and fifty-two of the acts of eighteen hundred and ninety-one.
SECTION 2. The conservation restriction authorized in section one shall be granted at such time as Harvard University records a notice of public charitable obligation or other charitable intent in a form satisfactory to the board of selectmen of the town of Carlisle with regard to the land owned by said university known as the Museum of Comparative Zoology Field Station and located in Estabrook Woods of the towns of Carlisle and Concord.