Greenwich Point Conservancy is one of the Greenwich Shellfish Commission’s conservation partners who will be providing information about Greenwich Point, the restoration project at The Old Barn and other work they are doing, and opportunities for you to support their work.
You will find Greenwich Point Conservancy near the Innis Arden Cottage.
About Greenwich Point Conservancy
The Greenwich Point Conservancy was formed in 2003 by residents concerned about the deteriorating condition of the historically important structures at Greenwich Point. These structures were originally part of Innis Arden, the country estate of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod.
The organization’s mission is to work for the restoration and preservation of the historic structures and other elements of Greenwich Point, for the enjoyment of current and future generations. The goal of the GPC is to work closely with the Town of Greenwich, and in particular the Department of Parks and Recreation, to develop and implement a plan for the restoration and preservation of historic structures at Greenwich Point, and to provide funding for the resultant preservation projects.
The GPC’s Annual Fundraiser, Beach Ball and other fundraising efforts of the GPC are used for the restoration of the historic buildings at Greenwich Point.
The Conservancy was incorporated in February of 2004, and is governed by a Board of Directors, comprised of Greenwich residents who share a love of Greenwich Point and its history. Directors and advisers include representatives of Friends of Greenwich Point, the Greenwich Audubon Society, the Greenwich Land Trust, the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich, the Historic District Commission, the Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences, and the Old Greenwich Yacht Club.