What is needed to better protect our rural historic places? Join us on September 11 for a national virtual town hall meeting for rural heritage advocates, practitioners and policy makers. This free event builds on an earlier town hall and last fall’s Rural Heritage Symposium in Fredericton NB, which identified the pressing need for data to influence the public policy agenda on rural heritage issues. What data exists, and what do we need to effect change? How can we work together to better protect rural historic places?
Don’t miss this chance to be part of the conversation with rural heritage experts Norman Ragetlie, Executive Director, Rural Ontario Institute, and Angela Pollack, former board member for the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation.