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Folks on Little Prospect with Boston in the distance Twenty-five bundled up adventurers met at the South Gate to Prospect Hill Park to walk up the service road to the base of Little Prospect. Expansive views of the Boston skyline were in clear view on the crisp day. The group continued up to the summit…Read More
Waltham Field Station: Bill passed this week enables purchase by City Waltham Fields Community Farm is based at 240 Beaver St. By Kerry Feltner, Wicked Local Nov 20, 2020 12:13pm ET This week, the Massachusetts Senate and House effectively green-lighted the sale by approving the legislation needed for Waltham to purchase the property. “This bill was…Read More
Ranger Adam Green led a chain saw training for 13 WLT volunteer trail stewards at Prospect Hill Park. The WLT has two chain saws used to remove down trees blocking trails in the woods and along the river. The City of Waltham and MA Dept of Conservation & Recreation appreciate our help removing easy obstacles…Read More
State Legislature Approves Waltham Field Station Purchase If the governor approves the bill, the land will be preserved for agricultural, open space, and recreational purposes. By Jenna Fisher, Patch Staff Nov 19, 2020 9:00 am ET WALTHAM, MA -The Massachusetts Senate and House approved legislation authorizing Waltham to purchase the current UMass Field Station, a…Read More
Due to the pandemic, the Waltham Land Trust held their Annual Meeting using the webinar feature of Zoom. This is the edited recording of that meeting. At 20:42 into the video, Historian and Teacher Alex Green gives an in-depth presentation about the Metfern Cemetery in Waltham.Read More
We were thrilled to bring mycologist Lawrence Millman back to Waltham for one last foray in 2020. This time we met at the South Gate to Prospect Hill Park and explored the trails of Berry Park. Many beautiful specimens were observed, including a red-backed salamander and a pair of garter snakes!Read More
We know that many of our members are making plans to vote in the next two weeks. To help our members stay informed, the Waltham Land Trust and the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust and Rural Land Foundation teamed up to jointly ask George Darcy and Tom Stanley, the two candidates for the 9th Middlesex State…Read More
A month ago, the City Council approved a purchase of the land and buildings at 240 Beaver St., preserving Waltham history and creating a path for the land to continue to be farmed for future generations. The decision was voted on during a global pandemic which has made it feel even more surreal, said Waltham…Read More
In the backdrop of a worldwide pandemic, after years of patience and uncertainty, one vote by Waltham City’s Council this week has made one thing certain: Waltham will continue to have a farm for generations to come. After years of negotiations, the Waltham City Council voted unanimously—except for a recused vote—to approve the purchase of…Read More
Waltham Land Trust Annual Meeting 2020
Due to the pandemic, the Waltham Land Trust held their Annual Meeting using the webinar feature of Zoom. This is the edited recording of that meeting. At 20:42 into the video, Historian and Teacher Alex Green gives an in-depth presentation about the Metfern Cemetery in Waltham.
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Founded in 1999, the Waltham Land Trust’s mission is to create a legacy of land conservation in Waltham by promoting, protecting, restoring, and acquiring open space.
The Land Trust envisions growth in public appreciation of natural resources, preservation and restoration of native habitat, and increased biodiversity to foster a healthier environment.