Walnut Way Cofounders, Sharon and Larry Adams, share their story on CBS News morning show. WATCH VIDEO
The 2019 growing season has begun. Thanks to our hoophouse and hydroponic systems, we can grow many crops year round. This week we will sell turnips, kale, and lettuce at the market. Visit us at Fondy Park and Market each Saturday where Walnut Way’s Growing Youth Leadership interns will sell produce and canned goods.
Harvest Day is a time to enjoy the abundance from the growing season and celebrate talent in the community for all ages with live music, dancing, arts, and…of course…great food! Join the celebration by sponsoring or becoming a vendor at Harvest Day this year.
You can tour Milwaukee’s first Eco-Neighborhood: Lindsay Heights by Susan Bence, WUWM Milwaukee’s NPR, June 11, 2019
Walnut Way Co-founders to celebrate groundbreaking event for Lindsay Heights redevelopment project. By Bobby Tanzilo, Milwaukee Magazine, May 22, 2019 READ STORY
Each year we wrap up our growing season by celebrating the abundant harvest from our urban farm with festivities at Harvest Day, Walnut Way’s annual street festival. What started out as a community block party, has now grown into one of Lindsay Heights’ largest gatherings. Harvest Day celebrates Lindsay Heights’ talent, spirit, and culture. Join..
Thursday, May 23rd, 4pm-6pm, 1836 W. Fond du Lac Avenue Program begins at 5:00pm Join us in celebration of a new environmental hub coming to Lindsay Heights, founded by Walnut Way co-founders, Sharon and Larry Adams. The celebration shines light on Adams Garden Park, a new redevelopment in the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood opening in Fall..
In the Media: Eyes on Milwaukee, Tour Milwaukee’s Eco Neighborhood, by Jeramey Jannene, Urban Milwaukee
READ THE STORY EYES ON MILWAUKEE: Tour Milwaukee’s Eco Neighborhood, by Jeramey Jannene, Urban Milwaukee About the Project: Walnut Way is showcasing its environmental stewardship initiatives through civic engagement in a unique environmental tour, which is part of a larger Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Eco Tour map and signage initiative. Walnut Way worked with the Milwaukee..
On behalf of Walnut Way Conservation Corp, our residents and community, we extend deepest condolences to the Bartolotta family. We experienced the generosity and love of Joe in many ways. When the Walnut Way Center burned, he organized a fundraiser serving our peaches on the menu of Bartolotta restaurants. Joe offered hope and combined his..
Milwaukee’s First Eco Neighborhood by Jeramey Jannene, Urban Milwaukee Lindsay Heights Honored as Milwaukee’s first Eco Neighborhood Designation by Milwaukee Independent Milwaukee, nonprofit leaders celebrate environmentally friendly neighborhood by Emily Thorton, CBS58 More about Blue Skies recent Green Infrastructure Projects and Latest Wins: Blue Skies Landscaping Green Infrastructure Project Summary Blue Skies recent interview with..