W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1995 Grants to Address the Disposition of Nuclear Waste

Citizen Alert * May 1995 - $30,000
Las Vegas, NV
To convert the Nevada Test Site from a dumping ground for military nuclear waste into a solar energy research and development facility.

Fernald Residents for Environmental Safety and Health * Feb 1995 - $5,000
FRESH, Inc.
Ross, OH
For public education about the health and environmental problems associated with the Fernald nuclear weapons facility in Ohio.

Hanford Education Action League * Nov 1995 - $20,000
Spokane, WA
For research and public education about the public health and environmental effects of nuclear weapons production and associated waste management at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington.

Knolls Action Project * Feb 1995 - $15,000
A Project of the Social Justice Center of Albany
Albany, NY
To facilitate the collection and exchange of information among groups working on Naval Reactor Program issues.

Nuclear Information and Resource Service * Feb 1995 - $20,000
Washington, DC
To encourage citizen participation in an oversight of nuclear industry policies for disposal of radioactive waste.

Project for Participatory Democracy * May 1995 - $25,000
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
To monitor the U.S. nuclear weapons complex on issues of waste cleanup, plutonium disposition, and secrecy.

Project for Participatory Democracy * Nov 1995 - $36,000
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
For a strategic planning conference to coordinate activities of the leading nongovernmental organizations working on nuclear waste policy issues.

Snake River Alliance Education Fund * Feb 1995 - $20,000
Boise, ID
For public education about the environmental and health hazards of nuclear waste and weapons materials at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.

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