Wellfleet Conservation Trust is an IRS approved non-profit organization established in 1984 to assist and promote the preservation of natural resources and rural character of the town of Wellfleet. Its mission is to conserve land in its natural state in perpetuity for enjoyment by current and future generations.
- Heidi Clemmer and Marisa Picariello will lead Tales & Trails: Nature Walks for Young Explorers:
- September 28 at the Indian Neck Beach featuring the book Barrier Beach Bums,
- October 26 at Uncle Tim’s Bridge featuring the book Salt Marsh Secrets,
- November 9 at Bound brook Island featuring the book Heathland Habitat,
- April 5 at The Walker Conservation Land and Trail featuring the book Vernal Pool Visitors,
- May 10 at Gull Pond featuring the book Kettle Pond Community, and
- June 7 at Newcomb Hollow Beach featuring the book Dune Dwellers. [details]
- 10:00 am, October 10: Coast Sweep, the Bay State’s annual volunteer beach cleanup organized by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM). Meet at the Wellfleet Mayo Beach parking area on Kendrick Avenue. Each Fall, volunteers throughout the world collect marine debris, including plastics, fishing lines and nets, and other human-made items, recording what they find. The information is then studied to identify sources of debris and to develop education and policy initiatives to help reduce it. WCT is coordinating the Wellfleet cleanup.
- 9:00 am, November 5: State of the Harbor Conference, Wellfleet Elementary School, 100 Lawrence Road.