CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – Many farmers were hurt when the coronavirus pandemic caused markets in the Charlottesville area to shut down. However, a nonprofit stepped in to help them to quickly shift gears.

“We needed to function as a business and we needed to find a way to do it and that was what was going to happen,” Bellair Farm Head Farm Manager Michelle McKenzie said.

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