Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is November 30 this year. This is a great opportunity to help Wellfleet Conservation Trust assist and promote the preservation of natural resources and rural character of the town of Wellfleet.

Your donation can help conserve land in its natural state in perpetuity for enjoyment by current and future generations.

Fourteenth Annual Walk

The WCT Fourteenth Annual Walk will take place on Saturday morning, September 17th. The walk is free and is 2.4 miles in length. The terrain will be mostly on dirt roads and paths in the woods. Topics will include Spectacle Pond, Kinnacum Pond, ice houses, the Gross sisters, Dr. Belding and perhaps Tupelo trees.

Parking is a concern so it is important to register in advance by sending an email no later than August 31st to: wct.annual.walk@gmail.com

Please include email address and the names of all participants who will be arriving in your car.

Final details, including start time and parking locations will be sent to you the first week in September. Rain date will be the next day, Sunday the 18th.

We hope you’ll join us – it’s been too long!

Wellfleet Conservation Trust 2022 Annual Meeting

The Wellfleet Conservation Trust will have its first in person annual meeting in three years. Please join our Trustees Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 4-6 pm, for informal discussion, hors d’oeuvres, and a cash bar on the deck of the Chequessett Club (680 Chequessett Neck Rd, Wellfleet).

The reception will be followed by our Annual Meeting, which will include a presentation by Denny O’Connell – President of the Wellfleet Conservation Trust (WCT), who will speak about the history of the WCT. Denny will also review recent WCT activities and land acquisitions followed by Q&A.

Fourteenth Annual Walk

The Wellfleet Conservation Trust’s Fourteenth Annual Walk will take place on Saturday morning, September 17, 2022.  The walk is free and is 2.4 miles in length.  The terrain will mostly be on dirt roads and paths in the woods.  Topics will include Spectacle Pond, Kinnacum Pond, ice houses, the Gross sisters, and Dr Belding. 

Parking is going to be a concern.  Consequently it is important that all participants register by sending an email no later than August 31 to wct.annual.walk@gmail.com

Please include in your email the names of all participants who will be arriving in your car.

Final information, including the start time and parking locations, will be sent to you the first week in September.  In case of rain on the 17th, the walk will be held the next day Sunday, September 18.

Join the Conservation Trust for an Earth Day walk

Come celebrate Earth Day, Friday, April 22 with the Wellfleet Conservation Trust.

We are offering a walk through a portion of the Fox Island Marsh & Pilgrim Springs Woodland Conservation Area at 10 a.m. Meet at the parking area off Baker Rd. in South Wellfleet.

The one-hour walk features the marsh and harbor views and background information on the area. This mildly challenging walk includes up and downhill terrain. Sturdy walking shoes are advised.