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Save Oak Valley (Walkabout) STOP The Nuclear Waste Dump Site

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- Help the Kenny/LeRossignol family save their land. STOP the proposed NT nuclear Waste dump site. 

- Bordering the date farm is a land trust made up of three homesteads, the closest of which is the Oak Valley Outstation owned by Mary Le Rossignol and her husband Robert, who are also traditional owners and the other is walkabout bore about 5 mins from Oak valley. (See link below) 

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- The Kenny/LeRossignol family and extended family's of Jack and Edie Kenny, Braeden Family, Taylor Family, Johnson Family are outraged with the proposed NT nuclear Waste dump site.

- The proposed NT nuclear Waste dump site is 10kms from Oak Valley, our boundary ends at the date farms fence, way to close for comfort. 

Brief History:

Jack Kenny, an Arrernte man, who was born at Mr Burrell south of Mt Peachy, moved back out to his country in 1981 (Walkabout). in 1988 he lived in a makeshift shed and carted water two kilometres from Walkabout Bore.

The Kenny/LeRossiginol family's are descendant of generations of Southern Arrernte/Luritja people and traditional owners of the Wurre (Rainbow Valley) and Walkabout Bore Outstation (Mpwelere), Hailstone Dreaming (Kunata) – lands surrounded by forests of Desert Oak, rocky sandstone range escarpments and remnants of Australia’s famous droving stock route to the Old Ghan railway line.. 

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