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Marketplace - Sept. 28, 2012
Urban spelunking: Brewing up Milorganite
Let's get this straight from the get-go. Despite what you've heard, Milorganite is not made out of human feces. When I took a tour of the Jones Island plant recently, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District agency services director Jeff Spence and public information manager Bill Graffin wanted to dispel that myth at the start. It is sorta true, however, if you believe that you are what you eat. Let me explain.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Sept. 11, 2012
Tell me where to go, Milwaukee
We've climbed wooden ladders up into dark spaces to reach the top of the St. Josaphat dome, walked countless spiral staircase to get to the peak of the City Hall tower, we've explored boiler rooms in old schools and in a few days you'll read about a visit to the Eschweiler buildings on the County Grounds. Where to next, folks?
Marketplace - April 25, 2012
Free Milorganite Saturday at Miller Park
The first 1,000 people who drop off unused prescriptions at Medicine Collection Day on Saturday, April 28 at Miller Park will get a free five-pound bag of Milorganite, that Milwaukee made fertilizer trusted by professionals for more than 85 years.
Milwaukee Buzz - March 15, 2012
100 Milwaukee green things
The OnMilwaukee.com staff took great liberty when compiling this list of 100 green things. Some of the items are actually green in color, whereas others are "green" in the eco-friendly sense of the word. And others, well, they're not either of these things. Happy St. Patrick's Day, Milwaukee.
Music - Sept. 19, 2011
Rock The Green weathered the rain
Over the last six years I have personally spent a couple months of my life living at music festivals in the Midwest and beyond, some of which claimed to be "green" festivals.