Residents joined this recent Spring Gardening webinar, hosted by the Sherman Park ECO-Neighborhood team and the Victory Garden Initiative. To view the presentation slides, click here.
The Sherman Park Neighborhood Tree Board is a volunteer committee of seven residents who will help to guide and inform decisions about trees and green spaces in the Sherman Park Neighborhood. This project will pilot a neighborhood level tree board, in the City of Milwaukee’s Sherman Park Neighborhood, to ensure that resident voices are heard
Check out this recording of the recent Virtual Green Fair, hosted by the Sherman Park ECO-Neighborhood team, for green resources and updates from: Joe Fitzgerald (Milwaukee Water Commons): DNR Tree Grant Kevin Kane: Home Energy Resources with Green Homeowners’ United Nicole Chavez: Plastic Free Milwaukee: How to help eliminate plastics Sherman Park Gardens: Opportunities for
The Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program brings affordable home comfort to Milwaukee homeowners. Our aim is to make home improvements affordable and accessible to all homeowners, from insulation and air sealing upgrades to a new furnace. Listen to a Sherman Park resident's experience and how these energy efficient improvements are not only good for the planet,
Residents joined this Sherman Park ECO Webinar to learn about the many effects plastics have on our community: How do plastics negatively impact our health? How do plastics contribute to climate change? What can we do to help? Presenters included Leah Holloway of Plastic Free MKE, plus Sherman Park ECO team members. Presentation was followed
Last week, residents joined Sherman Park ECO team members Lauren Poppen and Steve O’Connell to learn about putting your garden to bed for the winter. Watch this recording to learn about: Cover crops for raised gardens and other ideas to save your garden for another season of production Rain barrels and disconnect ideas Shredding leaves
Coordinated by resident Ann Knoedler, the seasonal rental fee is just $25. Ann describes the project's origins: The garden started in the summer of 2012 after Ald. Willie Hines gifted the Uptown Crossing Neighborhood Assn. the double lot at 2321-25 N. 45th to start a community garden. We worked under the guidance of the former
Last week, residents joined Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful and the Sherman Park Community Association for a webinar to learn about local recycling programs and how to start composting organic waste into soil. Presenters included: Zoe Jump is the Executive Director of Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful (KGMB), a non-profit organization committed to inspiring individuals to become