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The Wellesley Conservation Land Trust (WCLT), formerly known as the Wellesley Conservation Council, is a private, non-profit land trust and conservation education organization founded in 1958. Their mission is to protect and preserve the natural environment in Wellesley, Massachusetts while maintaining sanctuaries open to the public for study and enjoyment. The WCLT takes title to properties through gifts or purchases, creating permanent nature sanctuaries. They also accept conservation easements on private properties. In addition to their conservation efforts, the WCLT is dedicated to educating youth and adults on matters of conservation. The WCLT organizes two public programs annually, introducing live animals to primary school children during the fall and offering appealing programs for adults in the spring. They have published nature pamphlets describing their properties and recently released a revised edition of Walks in Wellesley, a guide with maps of WCLT sanctuaries and Wellesley town conservation land and trails. While not part of the Wellesley town government, the WCLT works in cooperation with the Town of Wellesley's Natural Resources Commission. As a non-profit organization, it is governed by a Board of Directors elected by its members. Contact information: P.O. Box 81129, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 [email protected] Phone: 781-591-7020.
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