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Welcome to Innisfree.

Innisfree is a 40-acre experimental business community that connects and combines the entrepreneurs, researchers, artists, and craftspeople that are working on solutions for the 6 fundamental human rights: water, food, shelter, healthcare, energy, and community.

The heart of Innisfree is the model village, which provides a place for residents to live, work, and play in a walkable, car-free traditional town square. From the model village, the rest of Innisfree radiates out to encompass all the other work areas in a seamless blend of residential and commercial space, set amidst a continuous, living permaculture farm.


The work areas are:

  1. Model Village

  2. The Farm

  3. Health clinic

  4. Solar Array

  5. Materials Research

  6. Tiny Village and Edible Orchard

  7. The Beer Garden

Combine + Connect + Deploy

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Phase One

The first Innisfree project will be a combined tiny house artist studio and permaculture farm in Atlanta, focusing on sustainably growing food for all food-scarce residents within a 1/2-mile radius of the property, and building a community center in an area affected by extreme poverty and food scarcity.


Following in the footsteps of Fannie Lou Hamer's "Pig Bank," residents will be able to qualify for free food drops with just a few hours of volunteer work on the garden every month. In addition, local artists will be offered free room and board in the tiny house artist studio for a 6-month residency.

The first year will be dedicated to growing food, perfecting rainwater collection, raising money, and building a community.

Our Phase One Priorities:

  • Fundraising

  • Building the community garden

  • Developing community ties

  • Establishing rainwater collection

  • Growing first 3 harvests and completing first three food drops

  • Completing plans for Phases 2 and 3

  • Building a powerhouse board

Project Village Green

Get Involved

Wanna help us plant the first seeds of Innisfree? Consider volunteering, donate to the Phase One projects, or reach out about becoming part of Stakeholder Board or Friendship Council.

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