Horseshoe Bay Farms has kicked off its inaugural season of tours to share both the history and the future vision of the 105-year-old farm, its 8.5-acre property, 11 original farm structures, vegetable garden and dahlia garden. Executive Director Drew Richmond led the first tours.
Horseshoe Bay Farms completed an extensive master plan last year that will guide the organization into the future. Board member Lori Nicholas said the tours are just the beginning.
“We have volunteers helping in the vegetable garden, manning the farm stand and learning how to lead tours in the future,” she said.
Tours are capped at about 10 people and last roughly 90 minutes. The plan is to offer weekly tours through October, plus additional pop-up open houses.
Learn more at horseshoebayfarms.org or by emailing Drew Richmond at [email protected]