Nothing kicks off a spooky season like
the Hanford Nuclear Site.
This October we have some truly frightening events planned!
Join Columbia Riverkeeper and Yakama Nation’s Environmental Restoration Waste Management Program (ERWM) for “Too Hot to Handle,” an in-person event breaking down the U.S. Department of Energy’s radical change in cleanup at Hanford’s 324 Building.
Spoiler: The government agency charged with cleaning up Hanford plans to leave deadly radioactive waste 1000 feet from the Columbia River. This event will also include an advocacy-postcard writing workshop.
Event: “Too Hot to Handle”
Where: In-Person at the Patagonia Store, 1106 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209
When: Doors open at 7 p.m., event starts at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, October 12, 2023
Join Columbia Riverkeeper and Hanford Challenge as we take on Spooky Stories from the Hanford Nuclear Site.
This webinar will explore the scary, creepy, and downright strange happenings at the nuclear site as told through the stories of those who have experienced them. Grab the popcorn and dim the lights because on Friday October 13, you’ll be in for a scare! Don’t forget to RSVP, because you will be entered into a raffle to win a copy of Shannon Cram’s new book, Unmaking the Bomb: Environmental Cleanup and the Politics of Impossibility.
It’s truly spooky the impact your support makes in the fight to
protect the Columbia River.
Scare the U.S. Department of Energy by showing them how many people are committed to Hanford clean up. PLUS right now new members’ donations will be doubled. Give now, and you can make 2x a difference!
We hope to see you both in-person and online!
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