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Cranbrook restarting water conservation public education campaign

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Cranbrook’s water conservation public education campaign is back after a two-year break because of the pandemic and the city has announced Teagan Lee as the City’s 2022 Water Smart Ambassador.

The ambassador’s job is to help residents understand the importance of outdoor water conservation.

“I am excited to be in this role to help spread the news about how we can positively impact our city and the beautiful landscape surrounding us,” says Lee.

The first focus will be to promote water conservation through education and games with school-aged children, in partnership with School District No. 5.

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During the remaining summer months, the focus will switch to more community-wide public outreach and education.

There will also be door-to-door information sharing across the city with details on the rain barrel rebate.

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