Hungry Hollow SNAP

Hungry Hollow SNAP Neighbourhood

Hungry Hollow SNAP LogoCredit Valley Conservation (CVC) and Town of Halton Hills, in collaboration with local residents, community groups and leaders have developed the Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan for Halton Hills’ Hungry Hollow-Delrex Neighbourhood. This action-oriented plan advances Town of Halton Hills’ Climate Change Adaptation Plan and brings focus to the Credit River-Hungry Hollow Centre for Biodiversity at a neighbourhood scale while helping the community become more environmentally sustainable and resilient to the impacts of climate change. The plan was endorsed by Town of Halton Hills  Council and CVC Board of Directors in 2020.


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Hungry Hollow SNAP community is located in central Georgetown (Halton Hills) within the Credit…


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