Cultural Asset Mapping
Planning Commissioners Journal, 81: Winter 2011
By: PlannersWeb, Robert VoigtReport a broken link
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This article defines cultural asset mapping (CAM) and describes how it can be used to spatially represent an area’s tangible and intangible cultural resources. It shares an example of a multi-town CAM from the Georgian Triangle near metropolitan Toronto.
This article introduces cultural asset mapping (CAM) as a tool for engaging communities in planning and economic development. It discusses the opportunities and challenges of a joint CAM project from the towns of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Clearview, and Blue Mountains outside of Toronto.