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 to her impacting not only that neighborhood but the City of Milwaukee. Dorsey moved from Cincinnati, OH to a Milwaukee neighborhood, making her the first..
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.
Walnut Way Co-founders to celebrate groundbreaking event for Lindsay Heights redevelopment project. By Bobby Tanzilo, Milwaukee Magazine, May 22, 2019 READ STORY
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..
LISC Milwaukee (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) honored Blue Skies Landscaping on Thursday, April 11th at their annual Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) award ceremony at Potawatomi Bingo and Casino. Walnut Way’s workforce development and environmental program, Blue Skies Landscaping was given the prestigious Chase Economic Development Award that honors business and economic development…
As we work to sustain transformation in Lindsay Heights Neighborhoods through the areas of wellness, work, and wealth, we are constantly striving to make improvements. Can I call on you to take a brief moment to share your feedback with us? Help us know more about you and how we are doing by completing the Community Connections Survey. Your feedback is important to us.
Harvest Day has wrapped up but we’re still in celebration because the Caring Neighbors Make Good Communities mural is fully restored and lighting up the alleyway next to Walnut Way. The mural gained a lot of attention at Harvest Day and youth, artists, and ArtWorks Executive Director, Terry Murphy, were present to unveil the hard work they did to restore the mural this summer. Read all about it in the latest article by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, Grace Connaster. Click here to read the article.
In the News: Shepherd Express takes an in-depth look at Walnut Way and revitalization in Lindsay Heights
Urban Agriculture Revitalizes a Neighborhood
How Walnut Way Sowed Dreams and Harvested a Community
By Mary Sussman, Shepherd Express August 21, 2018