Photo Credit: R. Turoff
we are local and regional volunteers
As a member of the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, the Provincetown Conservation Trust provides advice and information to anyone who wishes to give the gift of land in Provincetown for conservation.
Dedicated locals work year round with volunteers from such organizations as Americorps Cape Cod and The Trustees of the Reservation on management and restoration of the properties for which we're responsible.
Our Stewardship Program invites year-rounders and summer residents to monitor the health of the specific sites and to keep track of wildlife.
We are strictly volunteers! We rely on public support.
DONATIONS from members and others, local fundraising initiatives and grants from public and private foundations PROVIDE THE TRUST WITH THE MEANS TO OPERATE.
WE work with the town of provincetown
The Trust, a non-profit 501c3 organization, is not a Provincetown committee or government body, but it does often work closely with the Town of Provincetown, through such entities as the Conservation Commission and the Open Space Committee, to preserve our beautiful environment, to protect it for future generations from excessive development, and to expand accessibility to our natural beauty for all our residents and visitors. The Trust holds the conservation restriction for many of Provincetown's Open Spaces acquired with Land Bank funds and grants. The "Places to Visit" tab on this site describes some of our most beautiful parks and natural areas not in the National Seashore.
Celine Gandolfo - President
Sherry Dranch - Treasurer, Corks for Trees, Website
Robin Evans - Map Designer
Pamela Foss - Events Planner
Dennis Minsky - Biologist
Jim McCollum - Stewardship Director
William Mullin - Social Media
Eleanor Schuster - Website
Our Trustees are Provincetown legal residents, nonresident local homeowners or business owners, and/or nonresident former Trustees.
With support from
The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Inc.
Mark Robinson, Exec. Dir.