A city explorer pays homage to urban nature, which is brought to us by decisions decades or even a century old to keep parts of the landscape as sanctuary for creatures great and small.
It’s a little hard to imagine a place in the City of Milwaukee that you might consider remote. I’m not talking about a place you have to drive a long distance to reach. I mean a natural landscape so secluded and, yes, wild that you wouldn’t expect to encounter another person there—unless they were doing something illicit.
Restoration is underway for a section of Underwood Creek in Wauwatosa—and believe it or not, the sight of bulldozers and power shovels is a welcome one.
The first-ever Urban Candlelight Hike just may have brought more people at one time to Three Bridges Park than ever before – and it was cold out!
Open house at Wauwatosa City Hall invites public input on Tuesday from 5:30-7:30
They’re concerned about possible fate of County Grounds’ ‘Sanctuary Woods.’
Must “Sanctuary Woods” be sacrificed for retail and residential development?
The city environs afford plenty of opportunity to see the colors.
Plus the need-to-know information about the department’s public workshops.
Finding solitude in a surprisingly remote ribbon of green winding through urban Milwaukee