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
It’s almost time for Harvest Day, our annual community gathering celebrating the end of a productive season and preparation for a new year. Harvest Day is welcomes hundreds of visitors each year along with elected officials and the media. The festival highlights our neighborhood’s spirit of abundance with locally-grown food, entertainment, and resource sharing. If you are interested in becoming a vendor this year, please complete the Vendor Application form at: https://goo.gl/r6JF2C. Questions for vendors can be directed to Angela Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414-264-2326 ext. 14.
Executive Director, Antonio Butts, discusses his approach to his work at Walnut Way in the latest story by JACKSON DUFAULT, CONOR STANLEY, KHALEEQ SATTAAR EL, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Walnut Way is seeking a part-time custodian to help make our properties shine! Review the complete position description and details on how to apply at:
The Walnut Way story started long before neighbors officially founded it as a non-profit in 2000. Sharon Adams, the leader behind Walnut Way and revitalization efforts in the neighborhood, shared her story, family history, her journey professionally across the United States and back to her hometown in this article with Onmilwaukee.com by Lori Freidrich. Read the Article.