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Rainscaping – A Fletchers Creek SNAP Event

Tuesday, October 6, 2020




Residents of the Fletchers Creek SNAP neighbourhood are invited to join CVC’s Melanie Kramer for a free webinar on how you can use colourful native plants to absorb and capture rainwater to protect your property and keep Fletchers Creek clean. Discover how to create beautiful rain gardens, soakaways and rain chains that can brighten your community.

Attendees who live in Credit River Watershed will receive a free guide to help them get started with their rain garden projects. Do you live in the watershed? Find out here.

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About your host Melanie Kramer

Melanie 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.

Photo of native water-tolerant Spotted Joe Pye Weed CC BY-NC 2.0 John Munt.

Contact: Melissa Creasey at or

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