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Jessie Luckman: wilderness pioneer

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Geoff Law talks to Jessie Luckman AO, who joined the Hobart Walking Club in 1936 and, when he spoke to her in her 90s, was still a member. Jessie fought to protect the wonderful untrod wilderness she helped explore.

Some causes were lost but others, like the fight to save the Franklin, were won. Read more here.

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