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For more information contact
Brian Byrnes, Executive Director
Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Association
610-359-1440 or [email protected]
Make Your Yard a Sustainable Landscape
Sunday, March 8, 2015, 2:00 pm
Tomezsko Building Auditorium
Penn State-Brandywine Campus
25 Yearsley Mill Road, Media, PA 19063
Free and Open to the Public
Make Your Yard a Sustainable Landscape – March 8, 2015 Lecture at PSUBrandywine
The Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Association (CRC), Penn State UniversityBrandywine, and CRC’s municipal stormwater partnership will hold a lecture on Sunday,
March 8 at Penn State-Brandywine. “Sustainable Landscape Management for
Landowners” will be presented by Jennifer Nichols, President of GreenWeaver
Landscapes LLC, at 2:00 PM in the campus’s Tomezsko Building auditorium, 25 Yearsley
Mill Road, Media PA 19063. The program is free and open to the public but advance
registration is recommended due to limited seating.
Jennifer Nichols has been involved in horticulture for over 20 years, including serving as
President of GreenWeaver since 2008. She holds a Certificate of Merit in Ornamental
Plants and a Certificate of Merit in Landscape Design from Longwood Gardens and is
active in Continuing Education in ecology and landscape design. Her talk will cover how
soil and plant management affects water quality and best practices for designing and
maintaining your landscape.
Attendees are encouraged to register online through CRC’s website at
www.crcwatersheds.org or by contacting the CRC office at 610-359-1440 or
[email protected] to reserve a spot.
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Chester - Ridley - Crum Watersheds Association (CRC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization
devoted to the protection of water resources and the natural environment of the Chester, Ridley,
and Crum Creek Valleys, and the health, recreational, and quality of life benefits they afford the
residents of this region. Its stewardship area encompasses 132 square miles and 40
municipalities in Chester and Delaware Counties.
CRC's programs are supported by the contributions of 500 individual, municipal, business, and
institutional/nonprofit members. More information on CRC is available at crcwatersheds.org.
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