Remembering our atomic past

Weeks, Jennifer
April 2008
High Country News;4/28/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p6
The article provides information on the preservation of nuclear sites in the U.S. Michelle Gerber, official site historian, states that the story of the B Reactor, first full scale nuclear reactor, should be told where it was lived and must be preserved. Tri-City officials, former Hanford site workers and preservation advocates want the preservation of the nuclear site. The former Rocky Flats plant is planned to commemorate by museum, in which museum supporters collected oral histories and site artifacts.


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