Video: Let’s Talk About Hanford: Wildlife
|Description||Despite its reputation as the most contaminated site in the western hemisphere, only about 10 percent of the nearly 600-square-mile Hanford nuclear reservation was contaminated by plutonium production activities. Today, the site is home to healthy populations of deer, elk, coyotes, badgers, birds, and many other animals.|
|Contact||Wireman, Ginger at 800-321-2008 or Hanford@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||environmental education, Nuclear Waste Program, Columbia River, Hanford|
|WEB PAGE||Frequently Asked Questions about Hanford|
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