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Music fest pays for tree planting

Milo Morris, 2, dances to the band Husky at the 2012 Mullumbimby Music Festival.
Milo Morris, 2, dances to the band Husky at the 2012 Mullumbimby Music Festival. Jay Cronan

MORE than 700 rainforest and riverbank trees were planted last week from funds raised at 2012's Mullum Music Festival.

Planted along the Brunswick River in Mullumbimby at the end of Station St, the trees were paid for by donations and support from the Mullum Music Festival participants, artfully collected by Brunswick Valley Landcare tree fairies.

To find out more go to www.byron.nsw.gov.au/bush-regeneration-team

Topics:  mullumbimby music festival


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