Seats have all be claimed for 2017 tours of environmental cleanup work at Hanford, but seats remain for the more frequent historical tours of B Reactor or pre-World War II sites.
Seats have all be claimed for 2017 tours of environmental cleanup work at Hanford, but seats remain for the more frequent historical tours of B Reactor or pre-World War II sites. Courtesy DOE
Seats have all be claimed for 2017 tours of environmental cleanup work at Hanford, but seats remain for the more frequent historical tours of B Reactor or pre-World War II sites. Courtesy DOE

Hanford cleanup tour seats snapped up, but watch for cancellations

April 11, 2017 12:57 PM

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