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Dennis Lukaszewski

Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator

Milwaukee Renaissance

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Milwaukee Renaissance

4160 N. Oakland Ave. # 14

Milwaukee, Wisconsin,53211

United States

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Dennis Lukaszewski


www.backyardfarmer.ca

"We've offered classes on how to grow stuff since the beginning of time," said Dennis Lukaszewski, urban agriculture program coordinator for Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin-Extension.
But in just the last few years, more beginning farmers with small plots of land have stepped into the mix. Just a few years ago, the Milwaukee campus began offering a beginning farming class in response to demand. That requires a different kind of lesson plan than one for a commercial farmer with hundreds of acres, or a family farmer who has been steeped in agricultural knowledge since birth. Students in urban agriculture classes can range from seasoned gardeners looking to expand, to people seeking a wholesale career change to farming, Mr. Lukaszewski said. He gives better odds to those who hope to supplement their income while holding onto their day jobs.


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Dennis Lukaszewski, Unsung Hero of Milwaukee Renaissance
Dennis Lukaszewski and Ryan Schone are unsung heroes of Milwaukee's renaissance via our inspiring food and beverage industry, organizing Seed Garden access to 1,000 growers in 50 acres of rich county soil. Images from Native Wellness Garden at 3675 S. 6th St include inspired visitor Anne J Koller, now living in Oakland, and garden workers who worked hours in yesterday's rain with Ryan and Dennis. Dennis and Ryan have been greatly supported in the Seed Garden project by Director Eloisa Gomez.


Green Bay Press-Gazette - Paul Hartman:

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It's possible, says Dennis Lukaszewski, Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin-Extension Urban Gardens director."There is nothing like simplicity," he says."Add fertilizer over the course of the summer , perhaps a couple of times during the summer, or use , organic humus plant tea once a week," Lukaszewski says.


JS Online: Lazy? No, just too cold for yardwork

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From storm windows to raking, seasonal tasks seem more burdensome than usual, said Dennis Lukaszewski, Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator for the Milwaukee County Urban Extension Office."I think everybody's been putting it off, waiting for the warm weather," he said."You keep saying, 'Next week we're going to have the Indian summer,' but it never really warmed up.And I'm still waiting."It appears that the wait is just about over, with the National Weather Service forecasting a break in the lingering chill.Highs in the mid-50s today would break that string of below-normal temperatures, and 60 is within reach on Friday as the wind shifts to the southwest.Even the bugs seemed to pack it in a bit early this fall, according to Lukaszewski.The Asian ladybugs and other insects seemed to disappear early, he said.For those who fear warmer weather will take away their excuses for delaying the yardwork, the weekend forecast does include a chance of rain.A version of this story appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Nov. 7, 2002.BACK TO TOPFEATURED ADVERTISERS


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