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
Last week, residents joined the City of Milwaukee and the Sherman Park Community Association for a virtual informational solar power hour. Watch the recording to learn: The basics of solar What incentives are available How the solar group buy program works
Learn all about gardening from Master Gardener and resident Lori Banks, and resident Steve O'Connell: Herbs Vegetables Fruit Soil and composting
Meet Sherman Park's ECO Neighborhood Ambassadors, learn about key projects, and discover more about the program with Erick Shambarger, Sustainability Director for the City of Milwaukee!
Project Clean and Green is coming to our neighborhood the week of April 12th- April 16th. Sherman Park is in Zone 1. Project Clean & Green is a city-wide program designed to foster neighborhood pride and ownership through coordinated clean up. Collection crews will target one zone each week from April 12-May 21 and collect
Featuring: Fruit tree maintenance with Jan Carroll, community member and volunteer with the Northcott Neighborhood House Pre-Apprenticeship Arborist Program Rain barrels with Clean Wisconsin's Green Infrastructure Coordinator Ethan Taxman Community gardening with ECO's Home Gr/own Coordinator Dynasty Ceasar!