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 or purchase.
The TCT has 353 acres protected by ownership or conservation restriction. Learn more about our property holdings
“the last open section of Truro’s twine fields is being considered for development. The town planning board is considering aspects of a 9-lot subdivision plan for the land.
Eastham developer Nate Nickerson has agreed, however, to give the Truro Conservation Trust and other concerned citizens until Jan. 1, 2018 to come up with money to buy the 10 acres at 25 and 25A Pond Road for what will likely be more than $1 million, Gaechter said Friday.”
Read the full article in the Cape Cod Times.
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|December 2015 The Winter of Our Discontent|
|December 2014 Trust signs P&S Agreement for Meldahl Property|
|June 2014 Osprey Update and Property Acquisitions|
|December 2013 Stewardship Report|
|June 2013 Recent Property Acquisitions|
|December 2012 Property Acquisitions and Conservation Restrictions in 2012|
|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