Main Street As Old Growth Forest by Catherine Nasmith

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 Main Street as Old Growth Forest uses analogies from the environmental, conservation and ecology movements to describe the value of our rapidly disappearing Main Streets with regard to their types, states, complexity, diversity, and other attributes.

Main Streets that are still the retail core of their communities (steady state) are compared to those in decline or rehabilitated through preservation.

Catherine Nasmith is a practicing architect, president of the ACO Toronto Branch; Jane Jacobs prize winner (2010) and publisher of Built Heritage News. She has observing Main Streets since the 1980’s.

Click to read Built Heritage News

Event Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Time:
6:30 pm
* Location: Riverdale Public Library 370 Broadview Avenue (corner Gerrrad Street)
Free to Members. $5.00 at door
Membership (Sept to May):
$25.00 individual / $40 per couple

For area parking information click: Parking

Our next speaker is Adrian Gamble [historian, writer, journalist]
Please return April 1, 2018 for more information on this presenter.
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