Forsyth Community Gardening is starting a youth program, and we need your help! Learn more at our Youth and Community Gardens page, and consider making a donation to support this work! Thank you!

Are you interested in starting a community garden in Forsyth County? Please visit our Start a Garden page to learn about the process and access resources to help you get started.

1450 Fairchild Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27105

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Community Gardens

Across the country, the community gardening movement is growing strong. Here in Forsyth County, NC, community gardens have taken root in neighborhoods, civic groups, faith communities, public parks, schools, and more. These are places where people come together to grow food, create and preserve green spaces, and bring neighbors together, and they are as diverse as the people gardening in them.

Community Gardens

Forsyth Community Gardening supports the growing efforts of more than 160 community gardens across Forsyth County. By supporting residents in establishing and sustaining community gardens, we seek to improve access to fresh produce, enhance environmental quality, provide outdoor educational opportunities for all ages, and build positive relationships in our communities. Explore our website to learn more about Forsyth Community Gardening and discover how you can get involved!

Join us for ‘Cooking in the Garden’!

Cooking Demos

Wednesday, July 26, 11:00 am
Sprague St. Community Center Garden
1350 E Sprague St.

This season, Forsyth Community Gardening is teaming up with the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program at Cooperative Extension and Second Harvest Food Bank to offer a series of garden tours and healthy cooking demonstrations featuring seasonal produce! Community Garden Mentors will share about their garden plantings and practices, and nutrition educators will teach participants to prepare a healthy recipe with vegetables from the garden. Spanish interpretation is available at all demonstrations!

Download a Cooking in the Garden flyer for July-September 2017

¡Este año, el Programa de Huertos Comunitarios está colaborando con el Programa de Educación sobre Alimentos y Nutrición en la Extensión Cooperativa y Second Harvest Food Bank para ofrecer una serie de recorridos de huertos y demostraciones de cocina saludable con verduras de temporada! Los Mentores de Huertos Comunitarios compartirán sobre sus cultivos y prácticas de horticultura, y los educadores de nutrición enseñarán a los participantes a preparar una receta saludable con verduras del huerto. Habrá interpretación en español en todas las demostraciones!

Descargue un volante sobre Cocinando en el Huerto para julio-septiembre de 2017.


2016 Year In Review!

Help us celebrate community gardeners’ accomplishments by checking out Forsyth Community Gardening’s 2016 Year in Review! Thanks to dedicated volunteers and supporters, we enjoyed a great year of growing gardens and community. Please enjoy this summary of ‘milestones,’ packed with photos of our county’s bountiful gardens and enthusiastic gardeners of all ages. Then, stay tuned for opportunities to help create a vision for Forsyth Community Gardening in 2017 and beyond. Thanks for all your hard work!