Dear Friends, Walnut Way is dedicated to cultivating a strong and resilient community by working together with residents, local businesses, and government. We recognize that resident leadership activities and creating..
For Immediate Release: 4th Annual Halloween Trunk or Treat in Lindsay Heights
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For further information, contact: Emonia Barnett, Neighborhood Connector | Walnut Way (816) 769-2170 | email@example.com 4th Annual Halloween Trunk or Treat in Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Milwaukee,..
Take a look back at the 2022 Harvest Day Festival
For Immediate Release: Walnut Way’s Harvest Day Festival Returns to Fondy Market September 10th
Today, Walnut Way Conservation Corp., a neighborhood-based nonprofit known for its innovative work in economic and environmental health and wellness, “raised the flag” at their new headquarters for Blue Skies Landscaping located at 1414 North Fond Du Lac Avenue.
HARVEST DAY 2022 IS CONFIRMED!
Saturday, September 10, 10:30am-2:30pm at Fondy Park, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Avenue Harvest Day is Walnut Way’s annual festival that honors Lindsay Heights’ vibrant spirit, culture, and history with..
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Walnut Way would like to connect with you in a Community Collaboration for economic, social and environmental justice in Milwaukee. Please, complete the survey at the link below to help..
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Solar Panel and Battery Storage Installation at Walnut Way’s Wellness Commons
Solar Panel and Battery Storage Installation at Walnut Way’s Wellness Commons Innovative project is first and only installation of its kind in Lindsay Heights Milwaukee, WI (February 15, 2022) —..
We raise by lifting others! View our 2021 Annual Report
Dear Friends, The most powerful weapon we have to combat global warming, climate change, and pandemics are resilient communities. We believe resilient communities are places where the people and the..
Community Wealth Building Campaign Status Report | Fall 2021 – Winter 2022
CWB in Action: Through its outreach efforts, CWB organizers have been meeting with neighborhood institutions like Hopkin’s Lloyd Community School. Answering the question of how CWB can directly impact students,..
Residents of Lindsay Heights are doing their part to mitigate stormwater by implementing green infrastructure
“This project was a great way to promote civic engagement. It encouraged neighbors to participate in something that was beautifying and adding functionality to their homes, and neighborhood.” Mr. Trasus..