New Mexico - Wyoming Organizations
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New Mexico
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety
107 Cienega Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Tel: 505-986-1973
Fax: 505-986-0997
CCNS is focused on increasing public awareness concerning the issues posed by radioactivity and the nuclear industry.

Los Alamos Study Group
2901 Summit Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106-2028
Tel: 505-265-1200
Fax: 505-265-1207
Los Alamos Study Group is a non-profit, research-oriented, nuclear disarmament organization based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Nuclear Watch of New Mexico
551 W. Cordova Rd., #808
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Tel: 505-989-7342
Fax: 505-989-7352
The mission of Nuclear Watch of New Mexico is to provide timely and accurate information to the public on nuclear issues in New Mexico and the Southwest.

Southwest Research and Information Center
PO Box 4524
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Tel: 505-262-1862
Fax: 505-262-1864
SRIC's mission is to provide timely, accurate information to the public on matters that affect the environment, human health, and communities in order to protect natural resources, promote citizen participation, and ensure environmental and social justice now and for the future generations.

New York
Global Resource Action Center for the Environment
15 E. 26th Street, Room 915
New York, NY 10010
Tel: 212-726-9161
Fax: 212-726-9160
GRACE is committed to forming new links between those engaged in research, policy, and grassroots community work in order to promote solutions to preserve the future of the planet and protect the quality of the environment.

Lawyer's Committe on Nuclear Policy
211 East 43rd St., #1204
New York, NY 10017
Tel: 212-818-1861
Fax: 212-818-1857

Radiation and Public Health Project, Inc.
786 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tel: 718 857-9825
RPHP is a nonprofit educational and scientific organization, established by scientists and physicians dedicated to understanding the relationships between low-level, nuclear radiation and public health.

Citizen Alert
P.O. Box 5339
Reno, NV 89153
Tel: 775-827-4200
Fax: 775-827-4299
A grassroots environmental group working since 1975 to assure public participation and government accountability on issues that affect the land and people of Nevada.

North Carolina
Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
PO Box 88
Glendale Springs, NC 28629
Tel: 704-545-9785
Fax: 704-545-3546
BREDL is a regional, community-based, non-profit environmental organization. Its founding principles are earth stewardship, environmental democracy, social justice, and community empowerment.

Fernald Residents for Environmental Safety and Health, Inc.
PO Box 129
Ross, OH 45061
Tel: 513-738-8055
Fax: 513-738-8055
FRESH educates the community about problems at the Fernald site and works for meaningful public participation throughout the remediation process.

Miamisburg Environmental Safety & Health
P.O. Box 773
Miamisburg, OH 45343
Tel: 937-748-4757
Fax: 937-748-0349
MESH is a watchdog for environment and health concerns for the public and residents around the Mound Nuclear Weapons Facility.

Neighbors in Need
124 Chestnut Street, #210
Englewood, OH 45322
Tel: 937-836-3311
Neighbors in Need has three dominant purposes: to understand the concerns of persons who live in the highest risk area near nuclear facilities; to prepare and empower these persons; and to call into question the assumed right of the nuclear operators' to impose risks to the health and well-being of people without their consent.

Portsmouth/Piketon Residents for Environmental Safety and Security
3706 McDermott Pond Creek
McDermott, OH 45652
Tel: 740-259-4688
Fax: 740-259-3912
This group's mission is to educate, organize and empower residents and workers affected by the Piketon uranium enrichment site, and to represent their interest in economic vitality, environmental quality, health, justice and expanded job opportunities.

National Environmental Coalition of Native Americans
2213 West 8th Street
Prague, OK 74864
Tel: 405-567-4297
Fax: 405-567-4297
Native American Environmentalists working to keep nuclear waste off Indian lands.

Hanford Action of Oregon
1221 SW Fourth Avenue, Room 210
Portland, OR 97204
Tel: 503-823-4686
HAO focuses on preventing new waste-producing missions at the Hanford Site: in particular, MOX and FFTF.

Hanford Watch
2285 SE Cypress
Portland, OR 97214
Tel: 503-232-0848
Hanford Watch's mission is to educate the public about the need to clean up the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and to empower the public in the decision-making process to guide and adequately fund cleanup.

South Carolina
Carolina Peace Resource Center
305 S. Salvda Avenue
Columbia, SC 29205
Tel: 803-252-2221
Fax: 803-252-3832
CPRC's programs include conflict resolution and mediation training, community building, Alternatives to Violence Project, Listening Projects, and a nuclear issues program which is focusing on Savanna River Site oversight and disarmament through Abolition 2000.

Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance
PO Box 5743
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Tel: 865-483-8202
Fax: 865-483-9725
OREPA is a multi-disciplinary advocacy and activist organization which monitors and addresses social and environmental issues in the Upper Tennessee Valley and the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

Panhandle Area Neighbors and Landowners
18001 El Rancho Road
Panhandle, TX 79068
Tel: 806-335-1050
Fax: 806-335-3423
PANAL's mission is to continue preservation of the irreplacable resources of the Texas Panhandle, those being water, soil and air, and to further educate the public on the liabilities and risks involved in the missions of Pantex.

Peace Farm
188 Highway 60
Panhandle, TX 79068
Tel: 806-335-1715
Fax: 806-335-1715
Peace Farm's mission is to create an environment for peace through peaceful means, to assert that peace can only exist where there is justice, and to develop an ecological model for nonviolent social change.

Serious Texans Against Nuclear Dumping
7105 W. 34th Avenue, Suite F
Amarillo, TX 79109
Tel: 806-358-2622
Fax: 806-355-3837
A source of information on plutonium storage, plutonium processing and MOX, and nuclear weapons disassembly and assembly.

Shundahai Network
PO Box 1115
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Tel: 801-359-2614
Shundahai Network is dedicated to abolishing nuclear weapons worldwide, stopping the ongoing dumping of "low-level" nuclear waste at the Nevada Test Site, stopping plans to transport deadly "high-level" nuclear waste to Yucca Mountain or any Native American land, and ensuring that Native American voices and concerns are heard in the movement to influence U. S. nuclear policies.

Columbia Riverkeeper
P.O. Box 912
Bingen, WA 98605
Tel: 509-493-2808

Heart of America Northwest
1305 4th Avenue #208
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel: 206-382-1014
Fax: 206-382-1148
Heart of America Northwest advocates for cleanup of the Hanford Reach so that it is safe and usable by the public and tribes before 2018.

Hanford Watch
Hanford Watch's mission is to educate the public on Hanford issues, and work to increase public participation in the Hanford decision making process.

Washington Environmental Council
615 Second Avenue, Suite 380
Seattle, WA 98103
WEC organizes citizens staewide to protect Washington's environment through legislative advocacy, policy development, and legal action.

Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free
P.O. Box 4838
Jackson, WY 83001
Tel: 307-732-2040
Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free looks at issues related to the INEEL facility in Idaho and the Hanford site in Washington.


The RadioActivist Campaign
Address: 10119 W. Belfair Valley Rd, Bremerton, WA 98312 Phone: 360.275.1351
Director: Norm Buske,