Bolton Regional Councillor Good to Know

Come on Caledon, Let Your Green Show!

The Town of Caledon has partnered with the Region of Peel, Brampton, Mississauga, Credit Valley & the Toronto Regional Conservation Authorities on the Let Your Green Show Campaign. The campaign asks residents in Peel to make a pledge and get a prize.

Make a pledge to complete an action to reduce water around your home and you will have your choice of one of the following coupons / greenbacks:

Free Rain barrel. (Limit 20)
$10 off the purchase of plants, shrubs, trees and more with a minimum purchase of $15 from a designated farm or a nursery listed on the Grown in Peel guide.
Free family day pass to a Conservation Area in the Region of Peel and at Terra Cotta and Island Lake Conservation Areas. (Limit 200)
$5 off the purchase of plants, shrubs, trees and more with a minimum purchase of $15 from Glen Echo nurseries. (Limit 150)
Free single Family Swim pass to the Town of Caledon’s Recreation Centres. (Limit 150)
Receive $5 off the purchase of produce and more at the Caledon Farmers’ Market. (Limit 100)

The campaign runs from today through to August 31st. You can only receive one greenback, however if you make more pledges you will assist you ward to become the greenest ward in Caledon, and you will be eligible for a prize including 1 of three rain barrels, or 1 of two gift baskets from Glen Echo with a value of $75.

Sign up now at Let Your Green Show

Here is the link to the media release from the Region of Peel:

Let’s ensure this campaign is a great success in Caledon! Make a pledge and get a reward, it’s that simple.

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About the author

Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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