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Bartolotta and Victory Garden Initiative get dirty to promote locally grown food

Published April 30, 2014

The Bartolotta Restaurant Group and the Victory Garden Initiative will work together for a year to introduce more Milwaukeeans to the concept of sustainable, local food systems. To start a dialogue and further promote the mission, the Northpoint Custard building will feature three planters growing food to demonstrate the ease and necessity of urban farming.

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Bartolotta's partners with Victory Garden Initiative

Published March 3, 2014

Bartolotta Restaurant Group's Care-a-lotta program has partnered with Milwaukee's Victory Garden Initiative, an organization committed to building communities that grow their own food for the purpose of creating a community-based, sustainable, nutritious food system.

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Transition Milwaukee: "we're all in this together"

Published May 30, 2012

Transition Milwaukee is part of an international movement formed in response to the peak oil crisis and around issues of climate change, economic security and permaculture principles. It lives up to its motto, "we're all in this together," through its collaborations with other groups in the Milwaukee metro area.

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I got blitzed

Published May 24, 2012

It's Victory Garden Blitz Week, which means Victory Garden Initiative is installing gardens for those who ordered them. It's a great program that allows many people in the city to get an urban garden installed for a low price - or for free, if they applied in time and qualified for one.

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