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Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation

Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation

The Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation (BTHC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and protecting the heritage of the Baccalieu Trail Region. In addition to our ongoing program of archaeological survey, excavation and interpretation, the Corporation has been involved in a wide range of heritage related projects since it was established in 1993. The Corporation's Heritage Discovery Team was instrumental in the formation of the Baccalieu Trail Heritage Alliance, the Fisheries Heritage Steering Committee and a number of community based heritage groups in the region. The BTHC has also worked with the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Foundation to have a number of important heritage structures in the region assigned Provincial Heritage Status including the George House in Dildo, the SUF Lodge in Heart's Content and the Grate's Cove Rock Walls. In 2000 the Corporation conducted an Architectural Inventory of all the building in the Baccalieu Trail Region constructed before 1920. With funding provided by Industries Canada, this inventory along with time lines for many of the communities in the region was developed into a web site that went on line in 2002.

We can be contacted by email at (contact at baccalieudigs dot ca)

The Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation holds charitable status through its sister organization the Bacalau Society. Donations towards this important work can be made by contacting us at the phone number and/or e-mail address given above.

Funding for the Baccalieu Trail Archaeology Project has been provided by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and Memorial University of Newfoundland's Newfoundland Archaeological Heritage Outreach Program (NAHOP). The funding to develop this web site was provided by ACOA.