A Sign of Commercial Revitalization in Walnut Way...01/23/15
A vacant lot at 16th & North Ave overflowed with people Thursday for a symbolic ground breaking signaling birth of The Innovations and Wellness...
Greenfield 3rd Grader Competes in National Tree Contest
Edgewood Elementary student Annabelle Tornio came up with 10 reasons why “trees rock”, got her mom to set it to video. Before she knew it, Annabelle...
Changes to Decade-Old Conservation Program Could Hurt Small Farmers
The Conservation Stewardship Program has helped offset costs for farmers, who use conservation practices, since 2002. The passage of the 2014 Farm Bill...
West African Brings Her Native Food to Milwaukee
A scholarship brought Cameroon native Yollande Tchouapi Deacon here in 2001. Her business, Afro Fusion Cuisine, grew out of her desire to recreated the...
A Year in the Menomonee Valley - Through a Camera Lens
Fine art photographer Eddee Daniel spent 2014 as the Menomonee Valley's inaugural artist in residence.
Respected Writer and Naturalist on the Wisconsin River Remembered
Jean Clausen spent many years living on the Wisconsin River and working to protect habitat, especially for bald eagles.
New Book From Milwaukee's SHARP Literacy Connects Kids With Urban...
A new book, called There Grows the Neighborhood, promotes children's literacy while championing Milwaukee's urban agriculture initiatives.
How Squirrels, Birds & Other Wildlife Adjust to Wisconsin's Frigid Temps
With temperatures plummeting below zero, we seem to see fewer squirrels and birds out and about. So, we wanted to find out how wildlife copes with the...
Where Environment and Art Intersect
The 2013 Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowship for Individual Artists awardees include Ray Chi and Sheila Held.
4 Reasons To Go Outdoors During Wisconsin's Arctic Weather
Don't let the frigid temperatures freeze your outdoor plans.
Snapshot of 2014 Environmental Issues in Wisconsin
The threat of Asian carp started 2014 on a “fishy” note.
Two Local Foodie Entrepreneurs - One Gluten-Free Baker, The Other...
There’s lots of mixing and tossing going on at Robyn Wright’s operation in Dousman, Wisconsin.
EPA Aims to Lower Coal Plant Carbon Emissions
Greenhouse gas emitted from coal-burning plants come under fire in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan.
Wisconsin's Growing Urban Wood Movement: Repurposing Downed City Trees
Historically, the wood from the dead or diseased trees lining city streets has been chipped, chopped or simply dumped.
Mequon Teen's Film Focuses on the Legacy of Bhopal Disaster
The world's worst industrial disaster took place on December 3, 1984, when a gas leak at a Union Carbide pesticide plant killed thousands of people in...
Milwaukee's East Side Home To Extremely Green Apartments
Any day now, the 'Sage on Jackson' apartment complex is expected to be dubbed LEED Platinum Certified Building by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Public Can Weigh In on Future of I-94 East West Corridor
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has whittled down a pile of options to upgrade the freeway between 16th and 70th Streets.
New Documentary Warns Humans Could Be Responsible for Mass Extinction
The film Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink reveals what scientists have learned about two cataclysmic events that extinguished nearly every plant and...
Life's Voices: Melissa Cook
Melissa Cook manages the Hank Aaron State Trail. The project has been many years in the making.
High-Capacity Well Debate Runs Deep in Wisconsin's Central Sands
The eight-county agricultural hub spans from Wausau to Portage. Water abounds -the Wisconsin River, 300 lakes, mile upon mile of mile of trout streams.
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