The 2019 Partnership for Resilient Cities planning grant will allow Walnut Way to engage Northside Milwaukee residents in the planning and design of at least two community-embedded street and stormwater runoff diversion projects that will mitigate urban flooding in Milwaukee’s combined sewer system. The project sites will represent an estimated total of five acres that are presently paved or water impermeable.
Walnut Way and the Fondy Food Center teamed up for autumn abundance with Harvest Day, on Saturday, September 14, 2019. Harvest Day reached new heights and truly demonstrated this year’s theme, the Art of Community. Together, we celebrated the abundance that working collectively creates! In partnership with Fondy Food Center, the event was held at..
Walnut Way’s Neighbor Night is a free monthly cooking and nutrition series by Nutritionist Bridgett Wilder & Chef Anamolous Campbell. Sample food, win prizes, make friends, and be healthy! Join us! Schedule: 5:30-7:30pm Tuesday, Sept 24 (Meet at Fresh Thyme Downtown) Thursdays: Oct 10, Nov 14, Dec 12 (Meet at Walnut Way) Walnut Way 2240 N…
Celebrate the elevation of the community with this custom designed Harvest Day T-shirt by Reginald Baylor Studio. For our 19th Annual Harvest Day, we collaborated with Reginald Baylor Studio to design our Harvest Day T-shirt and poster. You can pre-order your Harvest Day t-shirt online and pick it on Harvest Day at Fondy Park at Walnut Way’s..
HARVEST DAY 2019 CELEBRATES THE ART OF COMMUNITY 19th Annual Festival, Saturday, September 14th, 12Noon – 4pm at Fondy Park 2200 W. Fond du Lac Avenue We have a full line up in store for the community. Don’t miss the fresh food, retail, and arts vendors. A full line up of kids activities will be available..
Just four years ago, Maanaan and JoAnne Sabir started The Juice Kitchen in Walnut Way’s Innovations and Wellness Commons on 16th and North Avenue, with a big idea: nurture the community with fresh juice. Their passion for health and wellness, and juice has brought lasting vitality to the neighborhood.
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.
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..