Forsyth Futures aims to provide an objective view of information regarding Forsyth County. Through data-based analyses and research studies, Forsyth Futures’ team of experts seeks to understand topics such as the strength of our school system, the quality and equity of health care, and economic indicators like housing and transportation.
Piedmont Environmental Alliance (PEA) works every day to educate and empower people of all ages, build community, and inspire action to create a more just, resilient, and environmentally sustainable community. Founded in 2006 with the first Piedmont Earth Day Fair, PEA is building a community of environmental stewards and community leaders through our innovative education programs, annual events, partnerships, and community-based work focused in Winston-Salem and the Piedmont region.
The land on which Wake Forest University now resides and the land on which the original campus resided served for centuries as a place for exchange and interaction for Indigenous peoples, specifically Saura, Catawba, Cherokee, and Lumbee in the current location and Shakori, Eno, Sissipahaw, and Occaneechi in the original campus location.