Community Gardens

Across the country, the community garden movement is growing strong. These days community gardens can be found almost anywhere: public parks, religious centers, schools, backyards, and even rooftops. They are spaces where individuals come together to grow food, build relationships, and celebrate their communities, and they are as diverse as the people gardening in them.

Community Gardens

Forsyth Community Gardening supports the growing efforts of the more than 120 community gardens across our county. Explore our website to learn about community gardening in Forsyth County and discover how you can get involved. Together, we can help our community grow!

Harvest Report 2015 is Now Open!


How much produce did our gardens grow this year? How much was shared with people in need? Which crops did well, and which would you like advice on managing for a better harvest next year? Help us answer these questions by reporting your harvest by the end of November! First, review the information about harvest tracking on our website. Then, use our online Harvest Report Form 2015 to share your garden's information with Forsyth Community Gardening. Thank you!

Become a Community Garden Mentor


Community Garden Mentors are the hands and feet of Forsyth Community Gardening! After completing a two-day training in community organizing and horticultural knowledge, Mentors guide community groups in starting and sustaining thriving gardens. Learn more about the Community Garden Mentor program and fill out the Community Garden Mentor Interest Form to receive further information and an application when plans for the next training are finalized.