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In February 2018, ECO and Blue Skies Landscaping began a year-long project to increase the climate resilience and sustainability of Milwaukee’s Lindsay Heights neighborhood, with funding from the Institute for Sustainable Communities. These projects were significant for Blue Skies Landscaping in that they were among the first green infrastructure projects where Blue Skies served as general contractor, significantly expanding their training and capacity to take on larger projects in the future. An associated solar installer job shadowing program resulted in two area young adults being hired by a regional solar installation company. http://www.milwaukeeindependent.com/articles/city-of-milwaukee-and-walnut-way-partner-on-green-infrastructure-projects-for-sustainable-communities/
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