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Bolton Conservation Trust Membership

    We invite you to join the Bolton Conservation Trust and help preserve the rural character of Bolton that we all enjoy. The Trust has thus far been successful through the financial support of its members. Membership funding provides the resources to help balance the spread of development in Bolton. Even though Bolton's population has multiplied, The Trust has played a lead role in increasing protected open space and farms in the town.

    Your membership will continue to help landowners donate land or conservation restrictions. Even land donations entail significant legal, engineering and maintenance expenses. Now these properties combined can total hundreds of acres of open space in our town. Although a small percentage of the town land, conservation areas not only make Bolton a beautiful place to live but also help maintain the value of our property.

    With your help The Trust can continue to help obtain Agricultural Preservation Restrictions on property, as has already been done for The Nashoba Valley Winery, and for the Schartner, Nicewicz and Schultz farms that make up nearly a 300 acre block of protected farmland.

    The Trust strives to preserve the town's environmental future by connecting with Bolton's children to educate them on the unique natural world in which they live. The Trust offers the Tom Denney Nature summer camp and sponsors the parent-run hands-on Four Winds nature program which reaches over 600 students in Bolton's schools. As an added benefit to being a Trust member, those with family memberships or higher get to choose their camp weeks first.


    Working with town boards and local and regional agencies, the Bolton Conservation Trust would like to continue to preserve Bolton's rural character and keep it the special place that it is, but your support is needed.

To Become a Member

    There are three ways to become a member:
          You can add a membership to your child's camp registration through this website
          You can go to the Bolton Conservation Trust website at
          You can send a check to PO Box 14, Bolton, MA 01740
    Tax-deductible individual memberships start as low as $35 (for students $10), and family memberships of $60 or higher can select their Tom Denney Nature summer camp weeks early. Since the Bolton Conservation Trust is a non-profit organization, some portion of your donation may be tax deductible. Please contact your financial advisor. The tax identification number is 510-143-182.
     If you are a member interested in a more active role in conservation projects, please contact us via email (the best way) at or leave a voice mail message at 978-429-3004.