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1450 Fairchild Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27105


Clemmons Community Garden

  1. Clemmons Community Garden3715 Clemmons Rd
    Clemmons, NC 27012

The Clemmons Community Garden, located behind the Village Hall, has 21 raised plots, each 4' x 12'. The garden was started in 2012 based on objectives set forth by the Clemmons citizens. The garden provides members of the community a central location to grow their own organic food and provides an opportunity to share a portion of the garden's bounty with others in need by donating to the area food pantry. The garden is run by volunteers and has been active for three growing seasons. Each year it donates a substantial amount of produce to the Clemmons Food Pantry. Clemmons residents interested in growing vegetables and flowers organically may rent a plot for a modest fee. Gardeners also have the option of donating all or a portion of their crops to the Clemmons Food Pantry, which provides food to at least 600 families per month. Stop by Village Hall to sign up for a plot or to get on the waiting list. The applications and regulations are online at

If you are interested in the garden, stop by Village Hall and take a look. You may park in the parking lot located behind the building which is where the community garden is located. Don't forget to put your name on the waiting list for next year!