Come and join landowners, landcarers and landusers to plant 1000 riverbank and koala food and shelter plants to provide much-needed habitat along the riverbank in Mullumbimby in the Mullumbimby Showground on March 28 10am – 3pm.
The trees have been provided from monies raised at last year’s Mullum Music Festival.
Bring drinking water and wear gloves, long sleeves and long pants, with protective footwear. Free live music and refreshments will be provided.
Feat. Live Music by MEGHAN DONELLY (2014 Youth Mentorship Director’s Pick), PAMELA FREEMAN WALRUS & THE CARPENTER.
The MULLUM MUSIC SUSTAINABLE FESTIVAL PROGRAM is sponsored by Uncle Tom’s Pies and The Byron Shire Council.
Volunteers from Brunswick Valley Landcare assisted the partnership through money collection, organisation and will assist with the planting of the trees. Byron Shire Council and Koala Connections is assisting with equipment, refreshments and communications.
The project is supported by the Mullumbimby Showground Trust.