New Website for Waltham Land Trust

Picture of Waltham Land Trust's new website home page

On April 10th, 2017, the Waltham Land Trust went live with their new website. The Technology Committee put in a 3 month effort to create a new responsive website that is easy to use and to find things. Check it out on your smart phone or tablet to see how well it works. After an extensive survey of…

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Spring Equinox Walk 2017

Spring Equinox Walk 2017 Great Blue Heron

On Sunday, March 26, about 25 people met at the Watch Factory for the Waltham Land Trust’s Spring Equinox Walk. It was a dry but cool day. We went for an easy stroll along the Charles River in search of birds and signs of Spring. We spotted a Great Blue heron as we walked from…

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Duck Walk along the Charles

On January 21, 2017, about 40 people gathered at the Shaw’s parking lot to walk along the Charles in search of diving and dabbling ducks visiting from Northern climes. The temperatures had been unseasonably warm for days, leaving the Cambridge Reservoir and Hardy Pond unfrozen, thus there were not many of these types of birds…

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New Year’s Day Hike 2017

2017 started off on the right foot for 140 holiday hikers who jumped in with both feet joining in the 12th annual Waltham Land Trust’s New Year’s Day Hike in Prospect Hill Park. The family-friendly event found most hikers trekking in from the south gate with leashed dogs and baby strollers in tow. While most…

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Waltham Land Trust on the new Waltham High School

Waltham High School Aerial View

Wicked Local Waltham Posted: Dec 16th, 2016 By Sonja Wadman and Marc Rudnick The Waltham Land Trust has been quietly observing the discussion of the location of a new high school for the Watch City. Our board and staff members have been attending the public meetings and following the press coverage closely. Now that revised…

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