Fresh is Best: The Food Bank Garden

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For obvious reasons, the speed limit is 15 mph as you climb up the hill through the campus of The Children’s Home in Winston Salem. Beyond the main buildings, the road turns to gravel, and as you turn into the Betty and Jim Holmes Food Bank Garden it turns to green.