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The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability DC Days 2022: The Peace Farm (Virtually) Visits Washington DC

May 27, 2022 Nuclear Weapons The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability held its annual DC Days conference virtually again this year beginning May 16, 2022. Members of The Peace Farm proudly participated in this week-long event, where we discussed issues related… Read More

Pantex focuses on “modernization” with facility upgrades [Pantex Propaganda]

“Our workload is increasing over 100% from 2021 to 2022, and increasing even more from ’22 to ’25” Brianna Maestas, Amarillo Globe-News, May 26 2022 The Pantex Plant is working on modernization changes to its facilities as a part… Read More

Full Event Recording: Bob Alvarez Lifetime Achievement Award Party

View the live recording of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA) and Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS) honoring Bob Alvarez with a Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday, March 19, 2022! Also take a look at this kudoboard where we’ve… Read More

Why You Should Care about the Expanding WIPP Mission

‘More than 1,000’ New Mexicans call State to oppose plutonium plan at nuclear waste site Cindy Weehler gave a powerful speech during the March 1, 2022 press conference at the New Mexico Capitol about why you should care… Read More

Nuclear Fallout Ignores State Lines

EL PASO TIMES / Lon Burnam [Convener of The Peace Farm Board] and Istra Fuhrmann – Guest columnists Early in the morning of July 16, 1945, native El Pasoan Barbara Kent was thrown out of her bunk bed at… Read More

Texas is one step closer to housing tons of nuclear waste. What that means for DFW

BY HALEY SAMSEL SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 | THE STAR TELEGRAM Outside of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Arlington office on Monday, a dozen protesters spoke out against what they saw as the inevitable: The commission was going to approve… Read More

Texas bans storage of highly radioactive waste, but a West Texas facility may get a license from the feds anyway

The new law may soon be in conflict with federal regulators. A decision from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on one company’s license could come as early as Monday. BY ERIN DOUGLAS SEPT. 10, 2021 texastribune.org Gov. Greg Abbott on… Read More

Texas Legislature votes against nuclear waste dumping in rare bipartisan agreement

“These strong bipartisan votes are a clear message from the Texas Legislature to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission that when it comes to storage of deadly radioactive waste in Texas, we don’t want it. We hope the bill… Read More

Protesting Nuclear Weapons in New Mexico

On Friday, August 6th, Peace Farm members Lon Burnam and Sophia Stroud took part in the weekly protest with several other groups in Santa Fe against LANL signing a 10-year lease (for the former Descartes building) to establish itself “permanently”… Read More