We are excited to give a warm welcome to the phase II tenants of the Wellness Commons. See how they are bringing their passion and resources to the community in..
For Immediate Release: New Phase of Innovations & Wellness Commons Promotes Health and Economic Growth In Lindsay Heights
Walnut Way cuts the ribbon on the wellness and workforce resilience hub and announces new project Milwaukee, Wednesday, December 9 — Today, Walnut Way Conservation Corp., a neighborhood-based nonprofit known..
2020 marks our 20th year in operation! We are celebrating in part with our Fall Garden Gear. This fundraiser was created to support Urban Agriculture, which has been in..
Walnut Way is working with resident leaders to establish a Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) Committee in Lindsay Heights. The NID committee will support the implementation process of forming a NID. Walnut Way is creating space and conditions required for residents to organize, establish a unified voice and drive solutions to
Walnut Way and its partners held a media event on National Voter Registration Day to spotlight their work helping communities of color and young people in Milwaukee to vote. The event took place on September 22, at Walnut Way. We were joined speakers addressing voter registration across the community.
Fox 6 News and WISN met with Executive Director, Antonio Butts, to learn about Walnut Way’s outreach efforts to encourage residents to practice social distancing and follow the Safer at..
TMJ4’s Julia Fello visited Walnut Way this February 2020 to learn about our development project, The Wellness Commons that will feature a variety of health and wellness-minded tenants. We’ve broken..
Art is an important fabric of Walnut Way and the community we serve. It provides a space for expression, civic engagement, and transforming the built environment. Thanks to program partnership with ArtWorks for Milwaukee, several teens took part in mural internships. Learn more about the most recent project in this latest interview with TMJ4 Julia Fello.