Shepherd Express, By Erin Bloodgood, March 20, 2020 READ STORY Photo credit: Erin Bloodgood @bloodgoodfoto
Walnut Way’s Executive Director, Antonio Butts was honored among nine other leaders across Milwaukee this February. Learn more in the latest article by Virginia Small, Shepherd Express, February 5, 2020.
Walnut Way’s Wellness Commons, Phase II, will feature a variety of health and wellness-minded tenants. One of them is Nutritionist and Author, Bridgett Wilder. Wilder has been teaching nutrition-focused Neighbor Nights for the past year with Chef Anomalous Campbell at Walnut Way. She has a powerful story to share and continues to inspire others to overcome barriers to wellness. Spectrum News visited Walnut Way to shine light on Wilder’s story.
TMJ4’s Julia Fello visited Walnut Way this February 2020 to learn about our development project, The Wellness Commons that will feature a variety of health and wellness-minded tenants. We’ve broken ground in 2019 and are excited to create a space for pathways to wellness in the community. Watch the latest coverage.
Art is an important fabric of Walnut Way and the community we serve. It provides a space for expression, civic engagement, and transforming the built environment. Thanks to program partnership with ArtWorks for Milwaukee, several teens took part in mural internships. Learn more about the most recent project in this latest interview with TMJ4 Julia Fello.
Walnut Way to begin work on second phase of Innovations and Wellness Commons By Lauren Anderson, Nov 22, 2019 READ STORY
Check out the latest article by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service which features the latest news on the Brew City Match Program that is supporting local businesses and updates from Executive Director, Antonio Butts, on Phase II of The Innovations and Wellness Commons.
Milwaukee Magazine visited Walnut Way to meet with leaders regarding our commercial development project, The Innovations and Wellness Commons, phase II. Learn more about the latest developments and meet Phase I tenant, Basia Spencer, owner of the boutique, Basia Rose Designs.
Please enjoy a look back at Harvest Day in the latest article by Milwaukee Independent: Dominic Inouye: On the Art of Community at Walnut Way’s Harvest Day with photos by Dominic Inouye and Michael Snowden. READ STORY
The Washington Post covers the beginnings of Walnut Way with cofounders Sharon and Larry Adams, by Cathy Free. READ STORY