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was December 2,

...Thank You all so much for your generous giving for open space protection!

And if you missed donating on #GivingTuesday it's never too late to donate to help save and protect open space. Just click the donate now button to the right to give as generously as you can, become a member, or give a gift membership.


Waltham Land Trust hopes you'll donate to create a legacy of land conservation

#GivingTuesday has come and gone, and it was quite successful for the Waltham Land Trust. We'll for sure do it again next year, but in the meantime, we're still taking donations as part of our year-end appeal.

Be a part of the movement and make a contribution to the Waltham Land Trust anytime between now and January 1, 2015. As part of the extended #GivingTuesday campaign, you'll be joining thousands of others around the world who are choosing to spend their money supporting local causes.

Rather donate your time? Email Sonja to volunteer to help steward our trails, put together our mailings, find us more funding, expand our membership, and more.



Mayor Jeannette McCarthy
Proclaims December 2nd 2014
#GivingTuesday in Waltham

Read the Proclamation
Image of Mayor's proclamation

Waltham City Council Resolution
Congratulating Waltham Land Trust
On Its 15th Year

Read the Resolution

Waltham City Council Resolution Congradulating WLT on 15 years

Waltham Land Trust Celebrates
Fifteen Years of Incorporation at 15th Annual Meeting

In 1999, members of neighborhood associations, community activists, environmentalists, conservationists, and "just plain folks" came to together to found the Waltham Land Trust.

Hard to believe that was fifteen years ago!

Since then, the WLT has accomplished a great deal creating a legacy of land conservation in Waltham.

At our 15th Annual Meeting on October 23rd, members of the Board reviewed our highlights in saving land, building trails, making maps, educating the public, and raising funds. Download the slideshow presentation for more info.

We also discussed our plans for the future, much of which focuses on the Mass Central Rail Trail.   Inge Uhlir Environmentalist of the Year, Laurel Carpenter, shared slides about the MCRT from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation. Download the MCRT slideshow presentation to learn more.

Finally, current paying members of the WLT voted in three new Board Directors (Natalie Berland, Martha Creedon, and Brian McCormick) and three returning Directors (Betsy Lewenberg, Joyce Nett, and Diana Young). Toscini's ice cream, cookies, and other goodies were enjoyed afterwards while WLT supporters mingled with one another. See pictures of the evening.

We're looking forward to the next fifteen years!

The Waltham Land Trust’s mission is to create a legacy of land conservation in Waltham by promoting, protecting, restoring, and acquiring open space.

We envision growth in public appreciation of natural resources, preservation and restoration of native habitat, and increased biodiversity to foster a healthier environment

What are the natural features which make a township handsome? A river, with its waterfalls and meadows, a lake, a hill, a cliff or individual rocks, a forest, and ancient trees standing singly. Such things are beautiful; they have a high use which dollars and cents never represent. If the inhabitants of a town were wise, they would seek to preserve these things, though at considerable expense; for such things educate more than any hired teachers or preachers, or at any present recognized system of school education. -- Henry David Thoreau

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About the picture in the banner at the top of the page...

The picture, taken in June of 2005, is of a vernal pool at Berry Farm, an At Risk for development open space parcel next to Prospect Hill Park.

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