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Solarize the Valley Open House @ The Hatab Family House
Jun 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come see a real, live Solarized house! On Thursday June 7th,  the Hatab family will show off their panels and you can ask them your questions – Was it a difficult process? Have you saved a lot of money? What do you love about them? What is meh about them? – or anything else solar!

AltEnergy installers will also be there to answer technical questions. We’ll have beverages and light snacks. Hope to see you there!

Don’t Waste Idaho Rally in Twin Falls @ Twin Falls Visitor Center
Jun 8 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

The Don’t Waste Idaho campaign makes its Magic Valley debut with a rally featuring Twin Falls City Councilman Chris Talkington and Buhl farmer James Reed. Come and show your opposition to shipping nuclear waste from Hanford, WA to the Idaho National Lab through the Magic Valley on public highways and railroads. The event will be the first appearance of the campaign’s “Radioactive Waste Roadshow;” mock nuclear waste barrels artfully arranged. We’ll be collecting signatures on the Don’t Waste Idaho petition too.

Snake River Alliance Board Meeting
Jun 8 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 10 @ 6:00 pm
Twin Falls Spring Dinner @ Rock Creek Restaurant
Jun 9 @ 6:30 pm

Join us for a casual, no host dinner at Rock Creek. Meet your fellow Alliance board, staff and area members to discuss and collaborate on current issues facing Idaho and have a great time while your at it.

Hope to see you there!

“We the People” 4th of July Parade in Boise
Jul 4 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Celebrate 4th of July while supporting the Alliance!

The Radioactive Waste Roadshow will be in the Boise 4th of July Parade from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. The parade will run from 4th to 10th streets between Bannock and Jefferson downtown. Please come down and show your support for the Don’t Waste Idaho Radioactive Zombies.
Would you like to march with the Alliance?

Spots are still open if you’d like to be in the parade.  Please contact Amy at or call (208) 344-9161 for more information.

Solarize Workshop at the Village Co-op in Meridian @ Boise Co-op in the Village
Jul 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Learn more about how you could take advantage of Idaho’s generous sun for power!

The Boise Co-op in Meridian will host Solarize the Valley for a workshop presentation and Q&A. Join us for some light refreshments, meet the solar installers and Snake River Alliance staff and find out more about how you can help to keep Idaho clean while reducing your power bill and saving the planet.

Don’t Waste Idaho Visits Payette Brewing! @ Payette Brewing Co.
Jul 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come drink beer with us and check out the Radioactive Roadshow while it’s in Boise!

You’ll have a chance to learn about the federal government’s plan to send out-of-state nuclear waste to Idaho and sign the petition to stop it.

Don’t Waste Idaho Ketchum Education Forum @ The Ketchum Community Library
Jul 31 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join Us!

Let’s work together to keep nuclear waste out of Idaho!

Please join us for an educational forum and Q&A panel discussing the issues surrounding the nuclear waste shipments from Hanford.

Don’t Waste Idaho Boise Educational Forum @ Boise Main Library, The Marion Bingham Room
Aug 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Us!

Let’s work together to keep nuclear waste out of Idaho!

Please join us for an educational forum and Q&A panel discussing the issues surrounding the nuclear waste shipments from Hanford.

Holding What Can’t Be Held @ Ming Studios
Aug 9 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 29 @ 10:00 pm

Third Annual Exhibition Holding What Can’t Be Held at MING Studios

Opening Event: August 9th, 7pm at MING studios

Exhibition Runs: August 9th – September 29th

In 2017, with the help of nuclear watchdog group the Snake River Alliance, ten local and international artists toured the radioactive ‘clean-up’ sites at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). They watched the exhumation of plutonium contaminated waste that was buried sixty years ago in unlined pits directly above the Snake River Aquifer, the sole source of drinking water for 300,000 Idahoans.

Now, after one year of processing, the artists are presenting their work: a continuing chronicle of the nuclear age and its impossible conundrums, such as how to deal with substances whose radioactivity will outlast any container that we could make to hold it.

This year’s artists are: Kate Walker, Shawn Edrington, Kirsten Furlong, Marc Herbst, Caroline Earley, William Lewis, Rachel Reichert, Karl LeClair, Amy O’Brien and Tim Andreae.