The Department of Energy will show a film about the Hanford nuclear reservation at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
When Cameron Salony took a job as a DOE public information officer when he graduated from Utah State University, he faced a learning curve to learn not just about the environmental cleanup work at Hanford, but also its history dating back to World War II.
He decided, as part of his job, to record his experience learning about the site and interviewing tribal leaders, workers, management and Hanford regulators.
The result is a film around 30 minutes long and will be shown at the Battelle auditorium, off Battelle Avenue in Richland. It is free.
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