Hi Jeanne,

Public participation, especially from younger generations, is vital to the success of the Hanford Nuclear Site’s multigenerational cleanup. The challenges facing Hanford can often feel overwhelmingly complex, creating a barrier to participation. However, the issue is simple: the U.S. Department of Energy must clean up Hanford! Read Columbia Riverkeeper’s new interactive and accessible story map, “Water’s Walk Through Hanford”, bringing to life some of the most dangerous pollutants and cleanup areas at Hanford.

“Water’s Walk Through Hanford” is a fictional story about a drop of water’s journey across Hanford. Read and learn about Hanford’s Waste Encapsulation Storage Facility (WESF), Tank Farms, the 100-N Area, and the 100-K Area. In addition, clickable boxes, videos, and links to online resources are embedded throughout.
Take action for Hanford today by signing our petition above! The U.S. Department of Energy needs to provide clear public participation materials and presentations for the public, with the intent to reduce barriers.
Lisa Muñoz
Outreach Coordinator
P.S. Have you read our Hanford Vision Report? Check it out here. Follow us on social media for future Hanford updates (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
This product is funded through a Public Participation Grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology. The content was reviewed for grant consistency but is not necessarily endorsed by the agency.
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