The Provincetown Conservation Trust owns and manages over 58 acres of wetlands, woodlands, and other delicate land which is critical to keeping Provincetown’s vibrant and diverse ecosystems protected. You can spot Conservation Trust protected lands by our signs we have placed on each of the properties. See below for more details around some of our protected lands.
8 Thistlemore Road
This 1.39 acre parcel was donated to the Provincetown Conservation Trust in December of 1981 by the Helm Realty, President Joshua Nickerson. The property is part of a wetland that contains White Cedar trees. Provincetown is the only known barrier beach system in North America where White Cedars grow.
386 Route 6 / Race Point Rd
This parcel plus four others which make up the two corners at the intersection of Race Rd and Rt 6 include 1.73 acres of pond front, dune, and fresh marsh. These parcels were donated by Dolores C. Roderick in 1985, Natale D. Roderick in 1992 and 1994 and the estate of Mary Hopwood in 1994.