Sarah Eichhorn, M.F.A. Environmental Stewardship Operations Manager I grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago and went to public schools during my youth. In 2013, I moved to Milwaukee with my partner where we settled in the Riverwest neighborhood. We have enjoyed every moment of living in our neighborhood and Milwaukee as a city…
From knocking on doors to reporting potholes, Green Ambassadors are residents of Lindsay Heights that advocate for neighborhood improvements and safety. Funded by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Walnut Way hired two ambassadors to pilot the program.
Walnut Way is wrapping up this season’s Neighbor Night for the year with a potluck dinner. We will take time to reflect on all that we have learned and gather in holiday spirit to conclude this year’s program. Our lead instructors Nutritionist Bridget Wilder and Chef Anomalous Campbell will be there and have prizes for participants.
Walnut Way’s 20th year is on the horizon as we approach 2020. As we close this decade, I’m reminded of how far Lindsay Heights has come together to build a stronger community. It’s also a time to reflect on the health, employment and economic challenges we face. There are many solutions at hand that Walnut Way works towards under the umbrella of our Wellness, Work, and Wealth Programs. I would like to thank you for your continued support on our collective journey. It can’t be done alone.
For Immediate Release: MILWAUKEE, WI (October 25, 2019) – Data You Can Use and Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute announced at Milwaukee Data Day on Tuesday, October 22nd, that Walnut Way Conservation Corporation is the winner of the Data Dream contest. The award will provide $5,000 in data services to gather data around housing challenges..
Walnut Way will welcome special guest, Naya Jones, PhD, a healing arts practitioner and researcher. Following sharing food together, Naya will lead participants through breathwork, guided meditation, and more. Circle participants are invited to “get rooted” in their personal journeys with holistic health, healing, and Walnut Way.
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…