Innisfree’s Farm Workstation was established to connect the residents of Innisfree (volunteers and coworkers) to the 550 acres of property and the livestock that live here. The farm houses over 300 free range chickens, around 40 sheep and 40 grass fed beef cows. The small cattle herd provides beef for the community while the chickens produce eggs for Innisfree as well as some local businesses.
The volunteers and coworkers help feed the farm animals, gather and wash eggs, and collect hay. The workstation also hand-processes wool from our flock of sheep to produce skeins of yarn available at Innisfree events. The farm strives to incorporate therapeutic work into a low input regenerative agricultural system.