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Residents rail against Prospect Hill tower
Tower has city pitted against one of Waltham's wealthiest families
Waltham Voices: End inappropriate use of park land
Part of the mission of the Waltham Land Trust is to ensure that our natural resources are permanently safeguarded, even after they have been acquired and set aside as protected open space. Currently, there is a serious threat to the protected status of part of Prospect Hill Park.
Waltham Land Trust, mayor launch #GivingTuesday
At the request of the Waltham Land Trust, Mayor Jeannette McCarthy has proclaimed Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014 as #GivingTuesday – Waltham’s Day of Giving. Coinciding with the Thanksgiving holiday and the start of the often stressful holiday shopping season, the #GivingTuesday movement inspires residents to take action to improve their communities by giving to local charities and causes.
Bill authorizing $20M for local farming hub in Waltham passes in 11th hour
Senate bond bill allots $20 million for local farming hub in Waltham
The state Senate has unanimously passed a bill authorizing investments in environmental preservation and clean energy, including $20 million for a new local hub for agriculture and community farming in Waltham.
Sen. Barrett calls for agriculture hub in Waltham
Help make public art from invasive plants with Waltham Land Trust
Large crowd parties at Hardy Pond in Waltham
Hardy Pond: Concerns about fish kill
Late winter through early spring, large amounts of sunfish have died at Hardy Pond.
Healthy Waltham: Just a walk in the park
This month’s column is by Caitlin Abber of Healthy Waltham and Sonja Wadman of the Waltham Land Trust. Caitlin is an undergraduate intern at Healthy Waltham as a Louis D. Brandeis Social Justice Fellow with a passion to promote health equity within communities. Sonja has been Program Director of the Waltham Land Trust since last October in her “dream job,” promoting trails and open space. Caitlin and Sonja are very excited to share the community’s many walking options with all of Waltham’s residents and families.
Waltham gets trio of environmental grants from state
Rep. urges cleanup of Riverwalk
Peter Koutoujian wants the Riverwalk cleaned up before small problems create big troubles.
Waltham Organizations Receive over $29K in grants from Foundation for Metrowest
Defining a decade: 2000s had it all in Waltham
Open space saved and lost in the 2000s make the news.
Waltham looking to acquire the high ground
The City Council voted to spend $5 million to buy a 27-acre parcel off Lincoln Street to prevent it from being developed.
Common Ground: Residents given a tour of Waltham center
Exhibit celebrates land trust's 10th anniversary
Volunteers spend day cleaning Jericho Hill
Letter To The Editor: Good purchase by the city

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