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Upcoming REMOP Community Talk November 27, 2017 in Burke County

November 18, 2017

In partnership with the Savannah River Ecology Lab (SREL), Georgia WAND is co-hosting the next Community Talk in the Radionuclide Education, Monitoring, and Outreach Project (REMOP) series, Monday, November 27, 2017 at the Burke County Library.  This month’s Community Talk will feature a panel conversation with representatives from  the Department Of Energy-Savannah River (DOE-SR)/ Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS), South […]

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SRS Citizens Advisory Full Board Meeting This Week

Georgia WAND community organizers Natalie Herrington and Janie Scott will attend the November full board meeting of the Citizens Advisory Board (CAB) for the Savannah River Site nuclear weapons complex on Monday and Tuesday, November 13-14, 2017. At this meeting, the group is set to vote for next year’s chair and vice-chair, as well as […]

REMOP Community Talks: Now Streamed Live on Facebook

Times have changed, and there are many things that require you to change with the times.  Community Organizing is one of those areas.  Shell Bluff Organizers Janie Hill-Scott and Natalie Herrington are always looking for ways to increase the community’s involvement with REMOP. During the October Talks, they tested a theory and instantly saw the results. Natalie Herrington shared, […]

Next REMOP Community Talk October 16, 2017

Georgia WAND Education Fund, Inc., in collaboration with UGA’s Savannah River Ecology Lab (SREL), will be hosting the 4th monthly education series, October’s “Community Talk” at the Burke County Library October 16, 2017. This month’s theme is Environmental Monitoring Programs. Attendees will hear information about the basics of an environmental monitoring program, the multiple types and various […]

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