Horseshoe Bay Farms enters second phase of preservation

Eight months after the purchase of Horseshoe Bay Farms in Door County, the nonprofit organization has hired a design firm to help preserve and rehabilitate the historic site.  TEN x TEN, a landscape architectural company from Minnesota, will begin working on a master plan for the farm property that is on the state and national register of historic places.    Andy Gill, a board member of Horseshoe Bay Farms Incorporated, shares some of the work that is currently being done to the original nine barn structures.



Gill says two historic cottages that were located along the shoreline were moved last year to the 8.5 acres of farm property for preservation and future use.  He says the master plan includes hosting public engagement opportunities and eventually making Horseshoe Bay Farms a destination and possible tourist attraction.  



(photo courtesy of Horseshoe Bay Farms) 


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