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Brunswick Valley Landcare is fundraising and has a wonderful prize on offer for the weekend of the Mullum Music Festival.

Brunswick Valley Landcare supports and encourages effective natural resource management in the Byron Shire.

As well as undertaking numerous projects, such as restoring Marshalls Creek bank-side erosion and installing Owl nest boxes. The organisation is an umbrella, supporting local Landcare groups and landholders to develop their own projects and apply for funds. Brunswick Valley Landcare calls to raise funds to help support their broad range of work within the Byron Shire.

The group are selling raffle tickets as a fundraise. The prize is worth $1,750 and includes two Mullum Music Festival passes for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (15th-17th November) and accommodation at the luxury four-bedroom Teak Tree Farmhouse, Myocum.

To enter: https:/www.stickytickets.com.au/86119/mullum_festival_raffle.aspx

For more info: https://brunswickvalleylandcare.org.au


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