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 The Youth Source website is produced and maintained by the Heritage Community Foundation, with the support of its partners who provide materials, project examples, ideas and funding.

Youth Source is a resource for heritage-related learning. It provides ready-to-use materials and examples of heritage learning for teachers and students. 

An important aim of the site is to help connect teachers and youth to heritage resources-- historic photographs, artifacts, documents, built environment, the stories about people, places and events in their communities-as they learn. 



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