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10 Tips for a Functional Body

10 Tips for a Functional Body

Many people are unknowingly practicing movements that are inefficient or even detrimental to their goals and health. Here are 10 tips to prevent pain and physical dysfunction and build a functional body.

July 2012
Learning to Value Nature

Learning to Value Nature

Ken Leinbach had one thing on his mind during the mid-1990s when he took the helm as executive director of the Urban Ecology Center, located in a doublewide trailer in a crime-ridden, 15-acre city park full of litter and invasive plants.

July 2012
The Center for Integrative Care

The Center for Integrative Care

More than 10 years ago, Dr. Carol Brown earned a second doctorate in integrative medicine and then founded The Center for Integrative Care, in Oak Creek, to provide her patients with a skillful blend of time-honored, evidencebased interventions and standard medical therapies.

July 2012
Inspiring Communities to Build Sustainable Food Systems

Inspiring Communities to Build Sustainable Food Systems

Will Allen's book, The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities, chronicles his decision to cash in his retirement fund for a two-acre plot a half-mile away from Milwaukee’s largest public housing project, now home to his organization, Growing Power.

June 2012
Koch Natural Health

Koch Natural Health

Four years ago, the father-and-son duo, Dennis and Alex Koch, formed Koch Natural Health, in Elm Grove, where they offer a variety of healing methods and modalities designed to help people regain and maintain health.

June 2012
Energy Efficiency: The Secret to a Better Home

Energy Efficiency: The Secret to a Better Home

When it comes to home improvement, energy efficiency can make a big difference. Here’s how two Milwaukee homeowners made their homes better.

June 2012
CORE/El Centro

CORE/El Centro

This grassroots organization is returning the world to its natural state of health and wholeness—one individual, one family and one community at a time.

May 2012
GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts

GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts

GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts, located on a modern, two-building campus in the heart of Glendale, draws together leading specialists in the integrative healing arts.

May 2012
The Horticratic Oath

The Horticratic Oath

The ancient Hippocratic Oath begins, “First, do no harm…” Perhaps a “Horticratic Oath” is an equally important promise, addressing the foundation of life on earth.

April 2012
Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture

Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture

After gathering a few grants to get started, plus permission from the city to build in a public park and a core of dedicated volunteers, the Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture became a reality.

April 2012
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