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.
“The compensation is seeing the community grow” Former Lindsay Heights resident and business owner Howard Campbell gives back through his services. When you meet Howard Campbell for the first time,..
With a focus on continuing to address the most pressing economic, environmental, and health-related issues for Milwaukee’s Lindsay Heights community, Walnut Way Conservation Corp. has launched Designaway, a community-owned apparel printing business that will create local jobs, strengthen the economic health, and improve the quality of life for Lindsay Heights residents. The new business is located in Walnut Way’s newly-remodeled Innovation & Wellness Commons, located at N. 16th and W. North Ave.
Walnut Way is partnering with RENEW Wisconsin to learn about barriers to Black, Indigenous and People of Color to access to install solar energy in their homes. Black, indigenous, Latino,..
The Milwaukee Business Journal profiled our Executive Director, Antonio Butts in their latest Executive Profile. By Sean Ryan.
This Women’s History Month, we would like to introduce you to our new Associate Director of Operations: Jerrilynn Freelon Our Associate Director of Operations, Jerrilynn Freelon, embodies everything we think..
Faith Leaders and Church members, please join us for an informational session and release of the petition for the formation of the Lindsay Heights NID.
NEW DATE! Join us for a Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) Residential Information and Petition Session
Please join us for an informational session and release of the petition for the formation of the Lindsay Heights NID. The formation of a NID will allow residents to take control of the neighborhood in which they live, work and play. NID’s also stimulate and create connectivity while offering opportunities for residents to gain leadership and empowerment to move the neighborhood forward in a positive and productive way.
For the past 1.5 years Walnut Way and other community organizations in Milwaukee’s Lindsay Heights neighborhood have been implementing a resident centered, neighborhood focused development strategy called Community Wealth Building (CWB). CWB addresses the missing piece of many local economic development efforts: the skills, talents and gifts of residents – in other words their assets. This is where we start.
For 80 years, Michelle Brice’s family has owned, lived and spread love in their home located in the Lindsay Heights neighborhood. It was Brice’s great-grandmother Harriet Dorsey’s courage that led..