SAGE Alliance Banner Drop Friday and Monday Memorial Day Weekend. And on June 1st: SAGE Alliance SPOKES COUNCIL Pot Luck Picnic and Brainstorming! 11am-1pm, Saturday June 1 on Brattleboro’s Town Common. More info here.
Saturday, March 30 @ 3:30: Leaks, Lies and Lawyers! Parade & Rally CLICK HERE FOR LINKS TO BILLS BEFORE THE VERMONT LEGISLATURE, HAND OUTS FROM THE RALLY, AND STORIES FROM THE DAY. THANKS TO THE 500+ FOLKS WHO’S VOICES WERE … Continue reading
Heads Up! VT State Nuclear Advisory Panel (VSNAP) is holding a meeting from 6-9pm on Thursday, November 29 in the MultiPurpose Room at Brattleboro Union High School. On the agenda: permits for thermal pollution — 5 1/2 years delayed in … Continue reading
Almost two hundred miles of highway bridges, from Northampton in Massachusetts to Burlington, Vermont were festooned with no nuke banners over the October holiday weekend. Leaf peepers and locals alike were greeted by affinity groups on 22 bridges, heading north … Continue reading
THANK YOU to the hundreds who paddled, hoisted banners, shared binoculars, spoke and sang this past Saturday on the River. It turned into a perfect fall day for our action, sunny and breezy. Hundreds of activists shared their vision of … Continue reading
A study released yesterday by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) shows why “Entergy’s discharges exceeded its permit standards more than 70 percent of the time.” WCAX TV covers the story here or read about it in Brattleboro Reformer or … Continue reading
Join us by watercraft or along the shore in a creative “Flotilla” action to protest the thermal & radioactive pollution of the Connecticut river by the Vermont Yankee nuclear reactor. with David Deen, Connecticut River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council; … Continue reading
July has begun with a declaration of independence. 300 citizens from New England created a powerful procession in Vernon on Sunday, entered the Vermont Yankee gates, and delivered a gift to Entergy: a vision of a nuclear free future, powered … Continue reading
Safe & Green protested President Obama’s support of nuclear energy. Read our story here.