Menomonee Valley Walking Tours – Join us each 1st and 3rd Wednesday for a tour of the center and the surrounding area. As we explore, Glenna Holstein from the Urban Ecology Center and Corey Zetts from Menomonee Valley Partners will talk about the history of the Valley, the exciting revitalization happening now and our plans for the future! Free admission, donations appreciated. Please call 964-8505 at least two days before the program date if you have accessibility needs.
Meet in the Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce, Milwaukee, WI 53214 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am Questions? Contact Glenna Holstein firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Bridges Park Blossoms with Wild Space's Acts of Wilderness (ExpressMilwaukee.com)
Solaris' Menomonee valley HQ Project wins Milwaukee Committee Approval (The Business Journal)
Green Acres, Once Again (JSOnline)
"Three Bridges Park" to Open on July 20th (Press Release) On Thursday May 16th, "Three Bridges Park" was announced as the name selected for the new park opening this summer in the Menomonee Valley.
Three Bridges Park completes Menomonee Valley transformation (Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service)
Real Milwaukee visits the Urban Ecology Center (RealMilwaukeeNow.com) Tony stops by the Urban Ecology Center-Menomonee Valley branch to learn more about the Center and the soon-to-be-named new park!
Community invited to submit ideas for name of new park in the Menomonee Valley (UrbanMilwaukee.com)
Menomonee Valley Partners works to lure people to 'discover' valley (Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service) Ben Greene and Kaitlyn Farmer visited Beyond the Canvas on October 26, 2012, check out their photos and attendee interviews from this fun event!
Potawatomi Breaks Ground on $18.6 million Renewable Energy Project in Menomonee Valley (Milwaukee Community Journal) The Forest county Potawatomi Community (FCPC) recently broke ground on its $18.6 million waste-to-energy project, one the first of its kind in the Milwaukee-area. The facility will convert waste materials generated by food and beverages industries to electricity. Visit the link above for more details!
Burnham Canal wetland project approved (Journal Sentinel) A 1,500-foot-long wetland will be created inside a historic shipping channel in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley by the fall of 2014, as part of a $3.4 million project approved Monday by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District's commission.
New Momentum in Menomonee Valley (BizTimes.com) Biz Times journalist Andrew Weiland reviews the changes going on in the Menomonee Valley. Several major projects are in the works at the most active development area in southeastern Wisconsin!
Urban Park Designed to Blend Exploration and Education(WUWM 98.7) Environmental reporter, Susan Bence learns a great deal of groundwork has gone into the multimillion dollar project, as partners work to blend exploration and education.
Menomonee Valley Comes to Life (Shepherd Express) Another cover story for Menomonee Valley-From the Ground Up, read to learn more about the story of the Valley Passage and the new Menomonee Branch of the Urban Ecology Center.