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Duke Robillard to Play
Green Space Blues Jam

Buy your tickets now for the 12th Annual Green Space Blues Jam happening on Saturday, May 21. The Jam will take place once again at the Hobbs Brook Facility located at 175 Wyman Street. Duke Robillard, the evening’s star entertainment, has been the recipient of numerous blues guitarist awards in the US and abroad. He has played with many greats including Bob Dylan, and he replaced Jimmy Vaughan in the Fabulous Thunderbirds. BB King himself called Duke 'one of the greatest.’

The evening includes appetizers, dinner, desserts, and drinks (beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages), plus access to a huge silent auction. Tickets for current WLT members are only $50. Ticket price for non-members is $65 (pay $70 to join us at a discount and get the member price ticket). To sponsor or donate an item, please email Sonja. Stay tuned as we work out the details of the menu, accumulate auction items, and recognize sponsors.

WLT Seeking Volunteer Stewards


Interested in helping to maintain trails in Waltham? The Waltham Land Trust is looking for folks who would like to volunteer to be the “eyes and ears” of:

  • the Western Greenway Trail
  • Prospect Hill Park trails
  • the Mass Central Rail Trail
  • pathways along the Charles River
  • trails in Beaver Brook North and Historic reservations


To learn more and receive a Steward Interest form, please call the WLT office at 781-893-3355 or email WLT Program Director Sonja Wadman at swadman@walthamland

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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