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Green luminary: Milwaukee County Zoo

Published Aug. 12, 2015

To help highlight MMSD Green Luminaries awards, we're focusing on the winners by asking about their practices and new environmental approaches.


WasteCap opens warehouse of salvaged building materials to the public

Published July 10, 2015

For the past 15 years, Milwaukee nonprofit, WasteCap Resource Solutions has been working to not only keep building materials out of the dump, but also to conserve resources by reusing materials and, at the same time, provide employment and job training to Milwaukee residents. Now, it opens its new warehouse to the public.


Green Luminary: All Peoples Church

Published July 7, 2015

Today, I talk with All Peoples Church, 2600 N 2nd St., about its green efforts. Linda Muth, the church's minister of partnerships, discusses the churches strategy.


Green luminary: Outpost Natural Foods in Mequon

Published June 9, 2015

To help highlight MMSD Green Luminaries, I'll focus on the winners by asking questions about their practices and new environmental approaches. First up? Outpost in Mequon.


"Leech-nado" strikes: Green Bay aquatic discovery squirms its way to hits

Published April 29, 2015

Dr. Solomon David, a fish ecologist at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, is a huge movie buff, looking forward to "Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Star Wars" and all of the other big blockbusters coming out this year. As it turns out, however, he's made quite a small blockbuster of his own recently: "Leech-nado," a one minute and 50 second clip featuring a squirm-inducing school of leeches swimming and wiggling through a Green Bay waterway.

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Tomorrow, Saturday, March 19th at 6 p.m. I will be hosting an awesome event to showcase the premiere of my clothing line and the store Jeanerations! This event will be located at 240 N. Milwaukee St. in the Historic Third Ward! Come down for a night of pure fun, relaxation, networking opportuniti...


We dipped into spring for a while before churches chimed midnight on 12/31/10. Spring didn’t lead into summer, instead lead to midwinter mutters, though it wasn’t midwinter. Yes, 2011 began with howls of wind.   Weird weather here, dramatic temperature swings, our first serio...


It’s calming to weed the garden. Anyway, it used to be, before this month’s Second Sunday Soup and Salad Salon! Harvey Taylor, one of my fellow Earth Poets, and Susie Krause led...

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