Families gathered at the Washington Park Urban Ecology Center recently for a Bee Day party.
As August begins, Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights is bursting with abundant flowers, produce and herbs.
The fourth annual Ciclovia MKE promoted healthy lifestyles by opening a route of car-free streets through Clarke Square to bike, play and exercise.
United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County hosted a volunteering event at H.W. Longfellow School to celebrate the first day of summer.
Jane’s Walk MKE hosted its first tour through Clarke Square, showcasing art by community members and local organizations such as Artists Working in Education and TRUE Skool.
Vincent High School of Agricultural Sciences spotlighted the work of students and staff at its recent Spring Showcase.
Lake Express Ferry, in partnership with Milwaukee Bike Collective and Sixteenth Street Community Health Center, hosted a bike drive to promote healthy lifestyles and environmental responsibility.
Forty special education students from 53rd Street School recently participated in a “virtual field trip” to a BrightFarms hydroponic greenhouse to learn about growing produce sustainably.
The formerly underutilized building at 2404 W. Clybourn St. on Milwaukee’s Near West Side celebrated its grand opening as a fresh food market.
Joining hundreds of thousands of protesters throughout the United States, thousands of Milwaukee students and their supporters marched Saturday to oppose gun violence and call for stricter gun control laws.