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Ellen White - founder of BSCFL and inventor of the Bitou Bush Crowning method - working with volunteer Terry Hamil

Byron Shire Chemical Free Landcare volunteers are passionate about implementing sustainable land management.

Key areas:

  • Developing holistic and sustainable land management practices
  • Removing synthetic weed-control pesticides from public spaces and the environment
  • Providing information on the harms of agro-chemical weed control
  • Supporting communities to remove harmful pesticides from their environment



Byron Shire Chemical Free Landcare is supported by Mullum S.E.E.D. (Mullumbimby Sustainability Education & Enterprise Development) which also runs the award winning Mullumbimby Community Garden, but it is donations from local businesses and individuals that enable us to continue our work.

Your donation of $2 or over to BSCFL through Mullum S.E.E.D. is tax deductible, so if you can’t get to the dunes at Brunswick Heads to help us remove Bitou Bush, but you are like us and want to care for our country, you can donate to us online at Mullum Seed and choose our project from the list.

All donations given to BSCFL are used for the payments of tools, administration expenses and chemical-free bush regenerators.

If you have any questions please email byronshirechemicalfreelandcare@gmail.com.

Volunteers weeding Bitou Bush using the crowning method developed by Ellen White

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