About The Bolton Conservation Trust
The Bolton Conservation Trust, Incorporated is a private non-profit corporation chartered under Chapter 180 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The mission of the Bolton Conservation Trust, as stated in its charter, is to assist in and promote the preservation of the rural character of the Town of Bolton in order to preserve and maintain areas: for conservation of public water resources; for preservation of marshland, swamps and other wetlands and the animal life therein, sections of unique historical significance or natural beauty, green-belt and similar open sections; for the education of the public concerning the wise use of natural resources; for general public outdoor passive recreation; and for the encouragement of the study of plants, animals, birds and other wildlife, and the sylvan culture of the Town of Bolton.
The Trust is run by a twelve member board of directors, each of whom is elected to a three year term with four terms expiring each year. Four of the directors serve as President, Vice President, Treasurer and Clerk. Directors meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the trust offices. In addition, there is annual meeting held in the Spring of each year to elect the slate of directors.
The Trust occasionally appoints Associate and Advisory Directors, and Consultants, who assist on projects and may attend monthly meetings. Below is the 2013 list of officers and directors of the Trust.
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