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Let’s Talk About Hanford critters
Get some insight into the habitat and wildlife at the Hanford Site in our fifth Let's Talk About Hanford conversation.
Learn about nuclear history in the fourth Let's Talk About Hanford
Our fourth Let's Talk About Hanford discussion will explore Hanford from the end of World War II to the end of the Cold War.
Join us for our third Let's Talk About Hanford
Tune in 5:30 p.m. Aug. 25 on Facebook or WebEx for Let's Talk About Hanford: Salmon, Stugeon, and more.
Tune in for the (rescheduled) second Let's Talk About Hanford
Join us 5:30 p.m. July 21 for our rescheduled second edition of Let's Talk About Hanford.
Join us for Let's Talk About Hanford!
For our first topic in the series, we’re going to look at the history of the Hanford Site, starting before the government chose the area for plutonium production, through the end of World War II.
Let's talk about Hanford
We'll be holding a series of live events to have conversations with YOU about the Hanford site in Washington. First, though, here's an introduction to Hanford and these live events.
Zelma Maine Jackson — a quarter-century of keeping tabs on Hanford​
Zelma Maine Jackson retired recently after dedicating 25 years working as a hydrogeologist for the Nuclear Waste Program. She’s just one of the people who have made our mission possible.​​
Cleaning up Hanford: Much progress, a lot left to do
This is the last week on the job for Nuclear Waste Program Manager Alex Smith. Before Smith heads off to her next adventure, however, she reflected on her last five years heading the program.
31 years of Hanford cleanup
May 15 marks a special anniversary for our Nuclear Waste Program — 31 years of Hanford cleanup under the Tri-Party Agreement.
We can't effectively regulate Hanford cleanup without access to key information from U.S. Department of Energy

We've issued a Director's Determination, giving the U.S. Department of Energy 30 days to meet our information requirements.