Wildlife Foundation of Virginia Finishes Cool Springs Cabin for Wounded Veterans

A beautiful, new ADA-compliant cabin now stands at Fulfillment Farms, a Wildlife Foundation of Virginia (WFV) property located near Charlottesville. This cabin allows handicapped veterans the ability to stay overnight for extended hunting and fishing trips. The construction was made possible in part by Gentry Locke’s fundraising of over $55,000. The WFV built the Cool Springs Cabin with particular attention to accessibility and comfort. At the dedication ceremony on the 1900-acre farm, Gentry Locke was given special recognition as the largest cash contributor to the construction project. Hunters, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities will now be able to reserve the lodge to further their enjoyment of the scenery and wildlife. For more information, email Jenny West, Executive Director of the WFV.

Exterior view of Cool Springs Cabin on Fulfillment Farms Gentry Locke Partner Charlie Williams and WFV Executive Director Jenny West inside the Cool Springs Cabin on Fulfillment Farms. Interior view of living room inside Cool Springs Cabin on Fulfillment Farms


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