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The Snake River Alliance, Idaho’s grassroots nuclear watchdog and clean energy advocate, is searching for an Executive Director. See a complete job description, here. This position closes March…

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My Adventure Interning at the Snake River Alliance

Written by Sarah Wanless When I first started looking for an internship, it was quite intimidating. There were so many great options and this was an important choice,…

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Protect the Future NOW

Reprocessing is the must-take step between a nuclear reactor and a nuclear bomb, and is the source of some of the most dangerous waste on earth. During reprocessing,…

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Welcoming in 2019 at the Snake River Alliance

As President of the Board of the Snake River Alliance, I want to thank all our members for their ongoing support.  As a member-based organization, it is all…

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The Success of “Don’t Waste Idaho”

Former Governors Phil Batt and Cecil Andrus fought long and hard with the federal government to craft the 1995 Nuclear Settlement Agreement. Today, the Department of Energy still…

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The Pitfalls of Nuclear Power

President Trump signed a budget bill for 2019 that includes $1.3 billion for nuclear energy research and development. That money will fund a whole raft of bad ideas,…

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Who will speak up for Idaho? #GivingTuesday

“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.   Who will speak up…

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Where will the electricity go?

Electric utilities #1 job is to keep the lights on. Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) wants to build 12 nuclear reactors at the Idaho National Laboratory that…

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A Cry Out for Idaho

Written by Gail Luedtke, Magic Valley It was with a heavy heart and a very alert mind that I read Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) Dr. Mark Peters’ comments…

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A MAGICAL NIGHT TO REMEMBER

Written by Eilen Jewell. On September 8th, my band and I performed a backyard benefit concert for the Snake River Alliance. Patricia and Liz Young, along with neighbor Sarah…

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