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Conserving what we value
It was my time to finally get my message across. About 15 years ago, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) was beginning to purchase properties...
Reside: When heritage preservation translates to affordable housing
Raising the Roof is a Canadian charity that provides national leadership in homelessness prevention through various initiatives. Reside is one such project that creates affordable...
New life for an old property
Heritage restoration is not limited to old buildings. Natural heritage properties, too, can be restored or adapted to new uses for future generations to enjoy...
Biodiversity in Ontario: Taking up the challenge
Many are familiar with high-profile threatened species such as polar bears, whose habitat is in flux and whose numbers are dropping, or bald eagles, once...
Working with stewards and partners
The Ontario Heritage Trust owns over 160 natural heritage properties and protects over 40 natural heritage sites with easements. Because the Trust cannot manage and...
Discarding the past
When an old building is torn down, we lose more than just the structure. We lose a bit of our past. The foundation walls and...
Resources: Heritage in the new economy - Making sense of sustainability
What's on the shelf The Shield, part of the Ontario Visual Heritage Project. Over thousands of years, a select few have carved out lives for...
Increasingly, people are becoming more aware of not just what they eat, but where their food originates. While the concept is by no means new...