The 24-acre park, between 27th and 37th streets, is part of a $25 million revitalization project that includes the building of trails, community gardens, a venue for public art and a natural habitat for all to enjoy.
Menomonee Valley has become a destination for many people eager to visit the Urban Ecology Center, run on the Hank Aaron trail or watch the wildlife. But Menomonee Valley Partners would like more southeastern Wisconsin residents to see how the valley has changed.
FacebookTwitteremail The restored shelter dates from the 1920s. It was refurbished by the Friends of the Hank Aaron State Trail and Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council. Another restored shelter located in the Third Ward does not have solar-powered lighting. The Menomonee Valley has long been the center of industry in Milwaukee. The area suffered […]
A new satellite facility of the Urban Ecology Center, to be built on the site of an old tavern on the 3700 block of W. Pierce Street, will offer neighborhood schoolchildren and residents a place to learn about the environment. On a recent weekday, dignitaries, children and local residents gathered for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Urban Ecology Center’s (UEC) Menomonee Valley Branch.