Here is a suggestion for making use of the granary and the waterfront landscape.
I am envisioning a food forest planted around the granary, instead of ordinary parkland. Maybe a butterfly garden tucked in there somewhere. The granary would be a venue to showcase local foods and artisan products. Maybe it could incorporate a cooking school offering affordable workshops for families to make their own sourdough bread, or Belgian pies, or cherry kringle. I think it would be interesting to celebrate the granary as an agricultural monument and connect it with food production today.
Submitted by Paula Wendland