Sunday, March 4 – Prayer Walk and
information sharing event held along Rapid Creek.
Trout fishermen at Rapid Creek. We need to protect the water so trout fishing can continued to be enjoyed.
The PUBLIC RADIATION MONITORING WORKSHOP
AN OPEN WORKSHOP RADIATION & HEALTH – IMPACTS OF URANIUM MINING HELD ON SATURDAY September 30th, 2017 IN Kyle, SD WAS WELL ATTENDED.
RADIATION MONITORING PROJECT INVITES YOU TO JOIN
A FREE EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP FOCUSED ON URANIUM MINING IMPACTS
TO ENVIRONMENT & HUMAN HEALTH.
Presentation by CINDY FOLKERS (Beyond Nuclear)
What is radiation? What is contamination? How does it affect our health?
The Radiation Monitoring Project (RMP) is hosting an informational workshop for communities near abandoned uranium mines and other nuclear sites to better understand radioactivity and how exposure can affect our health.
This project is sponsored and supported by local organizations fighting to protect the land, air, water, and communities from uranium mining.
- Black Hills Clean Water Alliance
- Dakota Rural Action
- It’s All About the Water
- Owe Aku – Bring Back the Way
Radiation Monitoring Project (RMP) is a collaborative project of Diné No Nukes (NM), Nuclear Energy Information Service (IL) & Sloths Against Nuclear State (NY)
RAFFLE DRAWS HELD:
Congratulations to Connie Ming who was the winner of a pair of tickets to the Bonnie Raitt Concert on Sept. 9th at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
We send a heartfelt thank you to Bonnie and all who donated and support these efforts to stop uranium mining.
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