Plants and flowers from bamboo to basil, marigold to morning glory and peas to peppers – all grown by students participating in the aquaponics and sustainability program at Milwaukee Public Schools’ Samuel Morse•John Marshall School for the Gifted and Talented – are going on sale this summer at farmers markets across the city. Students, along […]
People from diverse organizations came together to plant a garden that will be used by Camp PACA’s African and Southeast Asian refugee and immigrant youth.
The Milwaukee Environmental Sciences school on the west side is seeking pre-K-5th-grade students for its inaugural class.
On 70th and Capitol Drive, Kitt’s Frozen Custard Drive-In was started in the 1950s by the Kittridge family. For drive-in or walk-up customers, it’s a neighborhood staple for frozen custard and delicious burgers. When you’re there, be sure to look up to see some layers of their history. In the heart of Milwaukee’s northwest side, […]
After months of preparation, Urban Underground youth recently presented their plans for improving health, public safety, education and juvenile justice in Milwaukee. The organization collaborated with other non-profits to hold a youth summit at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.