Join us the third Thursday of every month from 6 - 8 pm
at the Urban Ecology Center for a delicious potluck dinner and a program including lively discussion.






Thursday, Sept. 19th - 6  pm
Trickleebee Cafe  - Agape Meal

4424 W. North Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53208 in Sherman Park

All the Urban Ecology Centers will be closed, so we're moving our September gathering to the Tricklebee Cafe.

A pay-what-you-can community café that offers healthy, fresh, locally-sourced meals, food-service training, & spiritual nourishment.

Instead of holding our own potluck dinner this month, we'll be joining their weekly community Agape Meals Thursday at 6pm and buying dinner from the Cafe. All are welcome! The cafe is pay-what-you-can plus gluten free and vegan options are available daily. 

This is will be a great opportunity to learn more about this cafe as well as enjoy a wonderful meal. 

Note: Email Anne if you'd like to carpool from the UEC in Riverside Park. 


Save the date:
Apple & Pear Picking 
Saturday, Oct. 12th - 10 to noon
Barthel's in Mequon
More info to come


Thursday, October 17, 2019
Two speakers from Sitka Salmon Shares discussing the values-based seafood movement through Community Supported Fisheries
Nicolaas Mink  |  President & Chief Salmon Steward
John Clarke / WI Community Outreach Manager / Salmon Steward

You’ve heard of Community Supported Agriculture -- but do you know about Community Supported Fisheries? Learn more about this collective of fishing families who strive to be good stewards of the ocean, improve livelihoods in their communities and bring you quality wild Alaskan seafood delivered right to your doorstep.


Thursday, November 21, 2019
Mary Lou Lamonda of Plastic-free MKE will talk about how plastic is entering the food chain and what we can do to address plastic in our own lives.

Plastic-free MKE is a volunteer group that is working to raise awareness about plastic pollution and reduce single-use plastic in our area.