For four decades, Nina Swaim, from Seabrook to Wall Street to the gates of Vermont Yankee, Nina Swaim wrote, testified, and was arrested battling nuclear power and nuclear weapons, with wit, intelligence and passion. A gathering to commemorate her life … Continue reading
On Saturday, August 10th, SAGE Alliance returned to the river for its 2nd Flotilla. In canoes and kayaks, with land lovers on the shore, we delivered our messages to Entergy. We celebrated water, which sustains all life. See photos, video … 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.
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
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
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
March 21: Mark the last day Vermont Yankee is legally operating in the State of Vermont with the Peace Pagoda walkers from our sister reactors. They arrive around noon at Vermont Yankee. At 4pm, there is a vigil at the … Continue reading