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The mission of Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free (KYNF) is to elevate public awareness of the threat of hazardous and nuclear contamination from incineration and other air emission sources at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL).
KYNF was originally formed to stop the construction of a radioactive and hazardous waste incinerator by INEEL in southeastern Idaho, which was proposed directly upwind from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. With successful completion of this charge, KYNF continues to monitor activities at INEEL and investigate what is currently being released into the air by the facility.
The Community Health Survey is one component of an investigation by KYNF into how activities at INEEL may be influencing the health and environment of communities in close proximity to and downwind of the facility.
This research was completed money allocated during Round 3 of the Citizens’ Monitoring and Technical Assessment Fund (MTA Fund). Clark University was named conservator of these works.
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Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free and Pinnacle Research, "Community Health Survey - Assessment of Resident Health Needs and Concerns" (2004). Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free. 1.