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Richmond excited for Horseshoe Bay Farms role

Drew Richmond saw his 20-plus year in non-profit return take another turn this month as he officially took on the role of executive director for Horseshoe Bay Farms. Hired as the organization’s first staff member, Richmond previously served at the Door County YMCA as its Northern Center Executive Director in Fish Creek and the Director of Development and Marketing for The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor. Horseshoe Bay Farms has over a century of history behind it, but the non-profit behind its future stewardship is just two years old. It is that aspect of the job that intrigued Richmond to accept the role.

With a 20-year master plan as his guide, Richmond is excited to start recruiting volunteers and bring visitors to Horseshoe Bay Farms in 2021. You can listen to our full conversation with Richmond on our podcasts page.

 

Pictured courtesy of Horseshoe Bay Farms

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