Hands-onHanfordby Erika Holmes, Community Outreach and Environmenal Education,
Washington State Department of Ecology

I recently attended a forum bringing together state and federal agencies, non-profits, involved citizens, educators, and retired workers with a common goal: getting more young people interested in the Hanford Nuclear Site. With all of its intimidating acronyms, jargon, and bureaucracy, we agreed this is a tall task, but discovered two commonalities that had hooked us: interesting stories about Hanford’s history, workers, cleanup and the relationships we’ve built with other Hanford junkies.

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