3 Earth Day Celebrations 
in North Alabama

We had a table display at 3 Earth Day Events
in North Alabama this year.

On April 5th, an all-day celebration
with music, food, and
much environmental information sharing
took place in Muscle Shoals.

The event was organized by
BEST/MATRR member Nancy Muse,
and members Jackie & Grant Posey
helped Gretel Johnston
provide informational handouts
on TVA reactors, radiation poisoning, etc.

On April 23, Gretel and Garry Morgan tabled
at the University of Alabama Huntsville,
and had much fun sharing information,
demonstrating our monitoring equipment,
and listening to the knowledge and viewpoints
of young university students.

On April 27, we unpacked our displays
at Monte Sano State Park in Huntsville
just in time for some serious
sustained rain storms.
Although there were not many
regular folks from the public there,
fellow environmental activists
and outdoor sports promoters
had a chance to learn about radiation issues
while about 40 of us huddled by the fire
in the beautiful open air pavilion.

We secured 79 signatures on
our Make Radiation Visible Petition
from folks visiting our display
and many more people took home
various informational handouts
and learned about our website.


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Sign a Letter to TVA

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Print our 'check'' voucher and send it in with your electric bill payment.

Support Green Legislation in Your State.

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so they can learn about energy at MATRR.org.

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