Alberrie Creek is in one of the most remote locations in the South Australian desert. It is a harsh desert environment, exposed to strong winds, sun and rain, outside of phone and internet range. But it is also the heart of the campaign on Arabunna land, right next to the BHP borefields and the ongoing construction of the new borefield water pipeline.
Uncle Kev has just arrived and set up camp with a tent, minimal infrastructure and limited supplies and firewood. With your help, we can support him to stay longer and continue the fight.
“Uncel Kev’s back. The old fella’s come back home and he’s staying for good. This time he’s not leaving until the mine is gone.” – Uncle Kev
The Lizard’s Return 2020
The Lizard, spearheaded by Uncle Kevin Buzzacott, will see hundreds of protesters gather at Roxby Downs to take a stand against the BHP Billiton uranium mine.
The BHP mine has significant health, ecological and environment impacts on the region. The mine continues to take 42 million litres of water daily from the Great Artesian Basin through bores in Arabunna land to process mining ore.
Uncle Kev needs your help so he can stay on his land and protect Arabunna country. Please help by donating what you can.
He also welcomes people to come to Alberrie Creek and join him in this struggle against the world’s biggest uranium mine.
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