NL Heritage Craft at Risk survey
The aim of the NL Heritage Craft at Risk survey is to access the current viability of traditional heritage crafts in NL, and to identify those crafts which are most at risk of disappearing. The project also aims to create a list of heritage crafts in NL, accompanied by information about each craft and whom may practice it.

What is a "Heritage Craft"?

For the purposes of this research, we are using the definition developed by the UK-based Heritage Crafts Association, which defines a heritage craft as "a practice which employs manual dexterity and skill and an understanding of traditional materials, design and techniques, and which has been practised for two or more successive generations."

For this survey, we are asking crafters, makers, and builders to give us feedback on the current state of the heritage craft form they are most familiar with in Newfoundland and Labrador. This information will be used to compile a list of those crafts most at threat in the province.

If you would rather take this survey by phone, call:

The toll-free Craft at Risk line
1-888-739-1892 ext 6.

Or attend a Public Session:

Monday, August 12th, 7pm Anna Templeton Centre, Duckworth Street, St. John’s

Wednesday, August 14th, 7pm SUF Hall, Winterton

Your name
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Your email address (if you wish to be updated on the NL Heritage Craft at Risk List)
Your answer
Your phone number
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Craft you are responding about (pick only one, you can always come back and pick another craft to answer about) *
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