Nichole Logan, 30, has lived in Milwaukee since 2011 and in that time she has noticed a food desert in Milwaukee’s inner city neighborhoods. Logan volunteered recently to help build gardens for the Victory Garden Initiative BLITZ event. During the two-week event more than 300 volunteers will build about 500 garden beds for Milwaukee residents.
Logan, who works for QuadMed, a health care company, said that building gardens for residents provides them with better access to healthy foods.
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