Heritage Treasures

Culture Days take place from September 29 to October 1, 2017. This year’s theme focuses on our cultural heritage. At the regional launch of the event, we will unveil Brome-Missisquoi’s 21 heritage treasures. Vote for what best represents Sutton among the 12 proposals no later than September 17. You will find characters, buildings, places and even a strange object! Read about Sutton’s program: journeesdelaculture.qc.ca

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Read about Sutton’s program: journeesdelaculture.qc.ca

Exceptional landscape

In collaboration with the MRC and the Quebec ministry of culture and communications, the Town has undertaken an initiative to highlight Sutton’s landscapes. Landscape studies covering the Sutton area were carried out in the early 2000s. Did roads with exceptional landscapes get overlooked perhaps? Maybe views have disappeared because of reforestation? Help us fill in the list by sharing your unforgettable views no later than September 17. Here is the list of roads mentioned in the studies. Maps and files indicate where the scenic spots were located in 2000

Roads Maps and files with scenic spots1 (in French only)
Route 139
Route 215
Alderbrooke
Dufur
Eastman
Élie
Falaise
Jordan
Maple
McCullough
Mont-Écho
Old Notch / Schweizer
Perkins
Pinacle Ouest
Rosenberry
Scenic
Vallée-Missisquoi
Macey / Robinson (pour le secteur du marais Alderbrooke)
  1. Landscape studies: Beaudoin, Véronique et al. Sous la supervision de Gérald Domon. Inventaire et caractérisation des paysages de Sutton, recommandations et pistes d’interventions, 2002, 129 p. APP.  
    Inventaire de la sensibilité des paysages forestiers et agro-forestiers de la MRC Brome-Missisquoi, 2001, 102 p.

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