Innovative Cities Lecture

“Revitalizing the Harbor District” The city of Milwaukee has recently been granted $200,000 by the Environmental Protection Agency to revitalize the Harbor District. The Harbor District Inc. is a newly formed non-profit organization that is coordinating the use of the grant. The organization seeks to turn the district into a world-class example of a “a working waterfront for the 21st century.”

About Lilith Fowler

Lilith Fowler is the Executive Director of Harbor District, Inc., created to revitalize Milwaukee’s harbor and surrounding area. Previously, Lilith served as the first executive director of Menomonee Valley Partners, where she helped launch a successful redevelopment effort and led the creation of sustainable design guidelines. In her decade as a stay-at-home mom of two, she spearheaded the transformation of a 14,000 sf school parking lot into a green playground. She currently serves as the Treasurer for Milwaukee Riverkeeper and on the finance committee of the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin. Lilith grew up in San Francisco, and has a BA from Pomona College and an MBA from Georgetown University.

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