Closing Reception at Milwaukee Urban Ecology Center


Interfaith Earth Network


Strawberry Moon Singers


Strawverry Moon Singers performing


Jim Uhrinak presenting on the Penokees

Thursday evening, June 27th, the Urban Ecology Center in Milwaukee hosted a closing reception for the Penokee show.  Over 80 people attended.  The Strawberry Moon Singers performed and  and speakers included the JimUrinahk and the Interfaith Earth Network.  The closing reception rasied over $400 for the BaclosingAudienced River Tribe!  Thanks to all the folks who helped set this up!


New Partner Artist

Check out the partner artist page for the work of Paul Kjelland.


Milwaukee Public Radio Interview by Susan Bence

You can hear and see an interview with Terry by WPR environmental reporter, Susan Bence

Enthusiasm for Black Ash Baskets and Prayer Flags!

We hung April Stone Dahl’s the black ash basket and materials along with Peg Sandin’s watercolor prayer flags in the entry foyer at the UEC.  They were immediately popular with visitors and families and got lots of positive comments and interested questions.baskets

Opening – Great Gathering

We had a wonderful reception at the Urban Ecology Center (1500 East Park Place, Milwaukee).  Nearly 100 people attended the opening reception on April 8th.  We had a number of eloquent speakers including Bad River Tribal member and elder, Donna Yahola, Midwest Environmental Associates, Dennis Grezinsky, and conservation activist and essayist, Eric Hansen.  Donna sang a beautiful blessing to open the evening.  Eric shared hie perspectives as a long time Penokee hiker and writer, with Dennis giving an overview of the environmental and legal issues.

Terry Daulton also shared comments on the artists and work of the exhibit.  The evening was a great way to bring Penokee enthusiasts from northern and southern Wisconsin together for a shared celebration.



Milwaukee Urban Ecology Center Welcomes Penokee Exhibit


Visitor at opening reception.


Terry setting up an inukshuk.


Terry Daulton and Ann Singsaas during set up.


Phil Kucera with UEC Branch Manager, Jamie Ferschinger.


Jamie Ferschinger and Danni Gendelman, chair of the arts committee at UEC.


Native American tribal elder, Donna Yahola, giving a blessing.

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