The Truro (Massachusetts) Conservation Trust is a leader in creating public-private land conservation partnerships that sustain Truro as a livable, vibrant community for current and future generations.
The mission of the Truro Conservation Trust is to help preserve the rural character of the Town of Truro outside the Cape Cod National Seashore. This mission is accomplished by acquiring undeveloped land through donation or purchase. The Trust currently owns 250 acres outright, and holds a conservation restriction on another four acres. The Trust's holdings include 63 separate parcels. For a list of them please refer to TCT Properties. Only two are open to the public. There is a walking trail on the so-called Keezer Reserve, which begins halfway up Two View Drive on the east side, and leads into the Cape Cod National Seashore. There is also a very short half-moon trail off South Pamet Road at Fratus Bend, which leads out to a contemplation bench on the banks of the freshwater Pamet.
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Contact Truro Conservation Trust
PO Box 327
North Truro, Massachusetts 02652-0327 Phone:
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