Wellfleet Conservation Trust Hosts 33rd Annual Meeting August 19

WELLFLEET – Jack Clarke, the Director of Public Policy and Government Relations for Mass Audubon, will address the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Wellfleet Conservation Trust on Saturday, August 19 at the Wellfleet Senior Center.

The annual meeting will convene at 10 AM.

Preceding Clarke’s presentation, there will be the nomination and election of individuals to the Board of Trustees, a financial report, and an activity report.

Clark will address “Conservation Challenges Facing our State and Nation.”

He has a particular interest in fostering public activism to protect Massachusetts’s natural resources and to promote the improved quality of life which results from preserving and protecting our environment. 

He will speak about the impact of recent changes to federal and state laws, policies, and practices; and will offer advice on what citizens can do to effectively advocate for the protection and preservation of our fragile natural resources both here on the Cape and beyond.

Mass Audubon has joined with other conservation organizations to guide Massachusetts to be a national leader in local conservation actions.

The state has created grant programs and special tax credit provisions that have helped local conservation trusts and towns to be more effective in their conservation efforts.

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