Sharon Adams, co-founder of Walnut Way Conservation Corp., discusses the “under-reported upside” of the city on Milwaukee Public Television’s 4th Street Forum.
Two Lindsay Heights projects are among the 22 citywide winners of the 2011 Mayor’s Design Awards, presented by Mayor Tom Barrett.
Our peach blossoms were beautiful. The bees are buzzing and our gardens are being planted. Enjoy the photo or stop on by!
Brown Street Academy students carefully plant strawberries as part of the Junior Master Gardeners program at Alice’s Garden.
Jeff Rainwater plants shallot sets at Alice’s Garden in Lindsay Heights.
Lindsay Heights resident Twyla James bought a lot from the city of Milwaukee for $1 in September 2009, on the condition that she build a house there and live in it for at least five years.
LISC Milwaukee submitted this video about Alice’s Garden, a project of the Center for Resilient Cities, which received a 2011 MANDI award for neighborhood development innovation. The video was shown at the MANDI awards dinner, sponsored by LISC.
Running Rebels is holding a Wellness Fair on Saturday, April 9, from 12 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 1300A W. Fond du Lac Ave. in Lindsay Heights. Activities include health assessments, signing up to be a bone marrow donor, urban line dancing and the opportunity to meet local health providers. For more information, contact Natasha Coe […]
Alice’s Garden won the first-ever Brewers Community Foundation Public Space Award at the MANDI awards dinner on March 30 sponsored by LISC.
For Lindsay Heights to be a healthy neighborhood, residents need to communicate with one another more, adults and children need to get more exercise — playing on playgrounds, walking in parks and working out at affordable fitness centers.