About Us

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.  This mission is accomplished by acquiring undeveloped land through donation, purchase or conservation restriction.

The TCT has 366.82 acres protected by ownership or conservation restriction.  That includes 197.83 acres of Upland and 168.89 acres of Wetland. The properties are held as Fee Simple Landholdings or Conservation Restrictions. Click here to learn more about our property holdings. 

News

Closed the deal on the “Twine Field” Property

The Trust closed on the Twine Field property during Christmas week this past December. See the Summer 2018 newsletter for details.  In June, we hosted donors, neighbors, and Truro residents to a celebration on the property.  See photo gallery for more pictures from the event.

 

TCT Newsletters

Winter 2018 Conservation, Preservation and Art
Summer 2018 Twine Field Project Stewardship and Public Access
Winter 2017 Twine Field Fundraising
Summer 2017 Protecting Truro’s “Twine Field”
Winter 2016 Significant Collaborative Project
June 2016 Property Acquisitions and Land Protection
 Winter 2015 The Winter of Our Discontent
Winter 2014 Trust signs P&S Agreement for Meldahl Property
Sumer 2014 Osprey Update and Property Acquisitions
Winter 2013 Stewardship Report
Summer 2013 Recent Property Acquisitions
Winter 2012 Property Acquisitions and Conservation Restrictions in 2012
Summer 2012 30 Years Old and Still Growing!
Summer 2011 Osprey Pole, Trails and Benches, and Beach Plums… Not Just Your Grandama’s Jelly
Winter 2010 This Year’s Conservation Successes
Winter 2009 New Acquisitions
Summer 2009 Trails and Benches!
Winter 2008 Spotlight on a Trust Property… Dalsheimer and Moriarity Gifts
Summer 2008 Profile: Betsey Brown–Founding Trustee
Winter 2007 The Bounty of Generosity… the “Oriental Carpet”
Summer 2007 New Land for the Trust– and a New Level of Protection
Winter 2006 25th Anniversary News: Celebrating a New Property and a New Program
Summer 2006 Poor’s Hill: Promises Made, Promises Kept

Contact Us

Truro Conservation Trust
PO Box 327
North Truro, MA 02652
trustees@truroconservationtrust.org

Tax deductible contributions are appreciated. Contributions can be mailed to our post office box in North Truro. To learn about other ways you can contribute to the Truro Conservation Trust such as gifting land, naming us in your will, donation of a Conservation Restriction click on Options for Landowners at the top of the screen.

Become a Member: We welcome new members. Please send us an email or write to us and join today.