Walnut Way is working with resident leaders to establish a Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) Committee in Lindsay Heights. The NID committee will support the implementation process of forming a NID. Walnut Way is creating space and conditions required for residents to organize, establish a unified voice and drive solutions to
Walnut Way and its partners held a media event on National Voter Registration Day to spotlight their work helping communities of color and young people in Milwaukee to vote. The event took place on September 22, at Walnut Way. We were joined speakers addressing voter registration across the community.
Start off the fall season right. Mask up and join us for our Diaper Giveaway, across from the parking lot of Galst Food Market. In partnership with Walnut Way & Office of Early Childhood, we will be giving away Diapers and sanitation items for families. Find out how helping
Walnut Way and Wisconsin Conservation Voices are partnering to register voters. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until October 14, 2020, The Innovation and Wellness Commons retail space will be a temporary hub to welcome people to register to vote. Wisconsin Conservation Voices, Social Development Commission, Walnut Way and volunteers will be there to help! When: Mondays,..
Geoffrey Edwards is leading a new series of Wellness Workshops this fall, virtually with Walnut Way. Register Here. The classes focus on the power of food and your health. They are open to adults that live, work, and play in Lindsay Heights. Edwards has a diverse background. He is an educator and healing artist whose..
Walnut Way is continuing to work strategically to support community wealth building efforts and improve the quality of life within the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood. “We know that creating economic stability and momentum is a true path to empowering our community,” said Antonio Butts, Walnut Way Executive Director. Walnut Way is working with resident leaders to..
UEDA Emerging Topic Series The African American Cooperative Movement Lessons Learned for Cooperation and Survival with Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, Ph.D Wednesday, July 29th, 6PM – 7:30PM REGISTER NOW Join UEDA and Walnut Way as we welcome author, historian, economist and professor, Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, Ph.D. to discuss the African American Cooperative legacy and more with Emonia Barnett,..
Dear Friends: The Community Wealth Building Directory of Talents, Skills, Business and Side Hustles has a new edition for July 2020. Explore Lindsay Heights bakers, caterers, authors/speakers, car service providers, fine artists, property managers, herbal medicine specialists, gift basket makers and organizational/community development consultants. We have not sampled all products and services but do know..
Teen Spotlight: Teens Grow Greens interns work with Urban Agriculture Coordinator, Angela Kingsawan, twice a week in the gardens. Angela incorporates workshops into their visits to enhance their learning in the gardens. Last week, the teens learned about the medicinal properties of herbs and flowers and created a cool tea using flower petals..
The Walnut Way campus is fully active with vegetables and fruit growing and staff and interns working the fields. The Lindsay Heights community and visitors are welcome to visit us in a variety of ways: Volunteer with Us: The campus is full of fruit orchards and now the cherry trees are close to harvest time…