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Landscaping for Pollinators – A Fletchers Creek SNAP Event – Webinar

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.



Due to COVID-19, we’re now delivering this workshop as a webinar.

Discover which local native plants pollinators love and ways to use them to create beautiful landscapes with CVC’s Melanie Kramer and Melissa Creasey. Sharpen your gardening skills as you learn how to provide safe and healthy pollinator habitat throughout the year.

Residents of the Fletchers Creek SNAP neighbourhood can sign up to receive three free native pollinator-friendly plants to help get them started. This is a free webinar, but registration is required.

Attendees living in the Credit River Watershed can sign up to receive three free native pollinator-friendly plants. Plant giveaway is tentatively scheduled for spring 2021. Do you live in the watershed? Find out here.

About Melanie Kramer

Melanie Kramer is the Senior Coordinator of Sustainable Home Landscapes at Credit Valley Conservation where she draws upon her expertise in landscape architecture and her passion for native plant gardening to help urban homeowners create beautiful, more sustainable landscapes.

About Melissa Creasey

Melissa Creasey is the Coordinator for Urban Landowner Outreach at Credit Valley Conservation where she draws upon her research in songbird conservation and her passion for creatures big and small to develop resources for landscaping with birds and pollinators.

This webinar is part of the Fletchers Creek SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan).

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