“Of Barns and Bridges”

In September 2017, CMF was contacted by Elizabeth (Beth) Burns. Beth was a first year graduate student at the time studying Historic Preservation Planning at Cornell University. One of her term assignments was to take and study in depth two recent preservation projects and she selected the Kimlin Cider Mill and Walkway Over The Hudson. She stumbled upon the Mill during some research and was first drawn to the slightly eccentric exterior but what really intrigued her was “the grassroots effort of the locals to save the structure by the creation of Cider Mill Friends. Plus, who doesn’t love a good cider?” CMF was delighted to collaborate with Beth.

You can read her paper at this link: OfBarnsAndBridges2018

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