The Truro Conservation Trust (TCT) is a leader in creating public-private land conservation partnerships that sustain Truro as a livable, vibrant community for current and future generations.
Our mission is to help preserve the rural character of the Town of Truro outside of the Cape Cod National Seashore. This mission is accomplished by acquiring undeveloped land through donation or purchase.
The TCT has 317 acres protected by ownership or conservation restriction. Learn more about our property holding >>
We celebrated 30 years of land conservation in Truro on August 7th. Over 80 people from land trusts across Cape Cod gathered at the Highland House Museum. The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts co-hosted the event and conducted its annual meeting. As a part of that meeting, the Ansel B. Chaplin Award for Open Space Excellence was presented to Andy Young of the Chatham Conservation Foundation.
|June 2012 30 Years Old and Still Growing!|
|June 2011 Osprey Pole, Trails and Benches, and Beach Plums… Not Just Your Grandama’s Jelly|
|December 2010 This Year’s Conservation Successes|
|December 2009 New Acquisitions|
|June 2009 Trails and Benches!|
|December 2008 Spotlight on a Trust Property… Dalsheimer and Moriarity Gifts|
|June 2008 Profile: Betsey Brown–Founding Trustee|
|December 2007 The Bounty of Generosity… the “Oriental Carpet”|
|June 2007 New Land for the Trust– and a New Level of Protection|
|December 2006 25th Anniversary News: Celebrating a New Property and a New Program|
|June 2006 Poor’s Hill: Promises Made, Promises Kept|
Truro Conservation Trust
PO Box 327
North Truro, MA 02652