Riverkeeper Releases Short film—Hanford: A Race Against Time
Travel down one of the least visited sections of the Columbia River, the Hanford Reach, as it flows past the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Hear first-hand accounts of why failure is not an option when it comes to Hanford cleanup. “Hanford: A Race Against Time” shares stunning footage of the Hanford Reach and unique perspectives from experts at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Yakama Nation, Washington Department of Ecology, and others about the compelling case for fast, effective cleanup at Hanford.
Why Hanford Cleanup Matters
Hanford’s nuclear legacy poses an ever-present threat to the Columbia River and river communities. You can join Columbia Riverkeeper and others throughout the nation who are standing up and demanding that the federal government clean up Hanford. Our challenge is to plant our heels at the edge of the Columbia River and ensure future generations don't have to deal with Hanford’s radioactive and toxic legacy.
Film Screenings & Presentations
To schedule a film screening or presentation about Hanford, contact Riverkeeper’s Hanford Coordinator, Abigail Cermak, firstname.lastname@example.org.