YES! Vermont Yankee IS closing!! We ARE going to celebrate and to extend our gratitude to each other, before we work harder than ever to make our voices heard on keeping the reactor safe for the next year, to clean … Continue reading
“Taking Power: Photographs from the Movement to Shut Down Vermont Yankee” will be opening from 5:30-8:00pm at the Gallery Walk on September 6. The show will take place at the Elliot Street Cafe for September and October. Three outstanding photographers’ … Continue reading
Join Safe & Green, Nuclear Free Vermont, and Citizens Awareness Network to march for a nuclear free future in Brattleboro’s 4th of July parade. Details on our Events tab.
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
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
Due to high winds (up to 28 mph) and probability of severe thunderstorms this afternoon, the Flotilla is POSTPONED until next Saturday, September 15, same time, same place.
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
While Entergy has been busy with its lawyers penning an appeal to invalidate what little state power Murtha had left in his decision, citizens in the evacuation zone and beyond have been busy, too: busy creating community in Affinity Groups, … Continue reading
A new affinity group has started in New Hampshire to support efforts to close Vermont Yankee nuclear plant. Recently ‘Nuke Free Monadnock’ participated in the New Year’s rally at VY with fellow activists. The Brattleboro Reformer had this to say: … Continue reading