Vacant Land Project
Vacant Land Project

Walnut Way

Walnut Way Conservation Corporation
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The Walnut Way Conservation Corporation established itself as a resident-driven, community development nonprofit by reclaiming a vacant building and planting peach trees. Since that first revitalization and planting in 2006, the Lanier Heights nonprofit has blossomed into managing more than 100 urban agriculture sites. Profits from harvesting and selling hundreds of pounds of peaches, cherries, and other produce is utsed for supporting workforce development programs, solar energy installations, and other assets for the neighborhood.  More about this project >

Use Goal: Food access & production
Use Type: Orchard
Year Established: 2006
Year Ended: Ongoing
Duration: Permanent
Size (acres): 10+ Acres
Initial Cost: Unknown
Site Control: Other
Lead Organization Type: Nonprofit
Implementation Partners: Nonprofit, Private

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