On Feb. 21, 2019, Heritage Toronto will release its State of Heritage Report. In the lead-up to the launch, the organization is showcasing some of the case studies featured in the Report

Click here to access the Feb. 7, 2019 E-News message from Heritage Toronto >

An excerpt from the message reads:

February 7, 2019
STATE OF HERITAGE REPORT
URBAN FARM PROJECT

On February 21, Heritage Toronto will release its State of Heritage Report. In the lead-up to the launch, we are showcasing some of the case studies featured in the Report.

Among the recommendations, we encourage active engagement with Toronto’s natural heritage. Features such as playgrounds or walking trails are established methods to encourage use and enjoyment of these spaces. But historic use of a natural space can also inform modern interpretation and engagement.

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A previous post related to Heritage Toronto is entitled:

Enthusiasm for local history is not enough, by itself, to preserve and repurpose heritage buildings

 

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