PODCASTApr 28th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Through the Victory Garden Initiative, Gretchen Mead uses urban agriculture to connect people to sustainable food sources, and in turn, to each other.
Apr 27th, 2011 by John Smart
The Flambeau River Biofuels plant will convert pulp and forest waste from a neighboring paper mill, providing renewable green energy and job growth in the region.
Apr 22nd, 2011 by Third Coast Daily
A guide to Milwaukee's green events in honor of Mother Earth, plus quick and easy tips for a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Happy Earth Day!
Apr 15th, 2011 by Erin Petersen
In response to a proposed water shut-off, urban agriculture advocates are collaborating with the City to work on alternative systems and leading-edge policy.
Apr 4th, 2011 by Third Coast Daily
Milwaukee artists Paul Kjelland and Nicolas Lampert hope to engage the community, drawing on neighborhood stories for inspiration.
Historic Milwaukee asksMar 28th, 2011 by Erin Petersen
For the 30th anniversary of its Spaces & Traces tour, Historic Milwaukee, Inc. honors the people and places of Milwaukee's most diverse neighborhood.
5QFeb 8th, 2011 by Erin Petersen
The self-styled "Metro Hippie" visits the NARI Home Improvement Show, offering tips on green living and DIY projects.
Jan 27th, 2011 by Kat Murrell
Water moves in, around, and through us, and is the focus of an important exhibition opening in the UWM Union Art Gallery this Friday.
Dec 28th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Conservation is critically important, but so is getting Wisconsin's unemployed back to work. If done right, energy conservation can be a win-win for everyone.
Food RulesNov 9th, 2010 by Ryan Findley
The author talks about navigating the treacherous landscape of modern food and offers up a few simple rules. Number one? Eat real food.
Sewer warsAug 13th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
MMSD dumps 2.1 billion gallons of combined sewage and storm water into Lake Michigan. But when we received 63 billion gallons of rain, was there any choice?
Aug 6th, 2010 by Kelly Gehringer
Maverick, artist, brewer in training --Mike Brenner is many things. This weekend, he puts his supreme networking savvy to work with a new twist on community stewardship.