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Where is Milwaukee?
Thank YouLeslie Bellavance
Fred Bauer and AAA Sign Co. Inc.
Wendy Brawer, Modern World Design
Pat Cassillo and students of Riverside University High School
Patti Day, Digital Reference Librarian, AGS Collection, UWM Golda Meir Library
Division of Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM)
Dennis Falck, Wisconsin Online® (Wisconline®)
Donna Genzner Schenstrom
Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture
Susan Mudd, Citizens for A Better Environment
Chris Thies, Milwaukee County Transit System
The Park People
Olmedo Varela and the UWM Center for Urban Initatives and Research
A special thanks to Harry Franke and the Milwaukee Foundation's Harry F and Mary Franke Idea Fund, for funds to develop the Milwaukee Green Map.
. . . and all those who shared information, encouragement, time and ideas.
This map is dedicated to my parents, Joseph and Cornelia Groshek, who first helped me understand the importance of place.
"Geography . . . is finally the knowledge that calls up something in the land we recognize and respond to.
A special thanks to Sells Printing Co.* for the generous donation of printing services. Sells Printing Co. is a green printing establishment working with high content recycled materials, direct-to-plate printing technologies, soy based inks, and network-managed production. Sells Printing Co. saves resources, reduces waste and minimizes impact to the environment. Contact Sells Printing Company for print and digital publishing services at: 16000 West Rogers Drive, New Berlin, WI 53151, tel: 414/784-9500 or 1-800-728-9501.
*Sells Printing Co. is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information presented herein.
Paper for this project is Halopaque, a 100% (20% post consumer) recycled paper manufactured by Fraser papers, Inc. and was donated by Bradner Smith and Company of Wisconsin.
For other environmentally responsible printers in the area, see The Great Printers Project listing published by Citizens for a Better Environment, tel: 414/271-7280.