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Bangalow Koalas is having another working bee to plant 1,325 koala and rainforest trees.

Co-organiser Linda Sparrow says it will involve planting the trees in pre-dug holes and mulching.

‘Easy!’ she says.

She says there is no weeding, digging, or whipper snipping required.

A sausage sizzle and sandwiches will be available, thanks to Bangalow Lions and Julie Frankham.

What you need to bring and wear: trowels, drinking water, sunscreen, long sleeves, long pants, gloves, fully enclosed footwear and hat.

The address is 191/199 Myocum Road, Ewingsdale.

The event is thanks to Byron Shire Council Community Initiatives Program, Community Underwriting Small Grants Program, and Bangalow Lions.

RSVP: Linda Sparrow on [email protected]


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