Innisfree Village is home to vegetable gardens, farmhouses dating back to 1971, and vast expanses of land that allows for adults with developmental disabilities to find long-term housing in a safe community. Residents live in a home setting alongside volunteer caregivers and choose from a variety of therapeutic workstations to participate in throughout the day. From agriculture to art, woodworking, and baking, there is something for everyone.

The Village sells their granola, eggs, and produce at local farmers markets and their pottery and woodworking projects can be found at local craft events and stores in the area.

We spoke with Farm Workstation Head Tim Wool and took a tour of the property at Innisfree Village in Whitehall, located west of Charlottesville. You can listen to the audio link below and find more information on Innisfree’s website.