INVITATION TO URANIUM CONFAB IN FLAGSTAFF - July 28 to 30
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Mansel A NelsonProgram CoordinatorTribal Environmental Education Outreach928-523-1275
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Dear Mr. Nelson,Below is an invitation to the 2nd Uranium Confab, to be held in Flagstaff on July 28 to 30, 2013.Please feel free to forward this or the attached invitation to anyone in the Flagstaff area that youfeel might be interested. The main talks and panels will be on Monday, July 29. The programinvolves those who are actually involved in addressing uranium industry operations and proposalsin the Four-Corners Area.We are in the process of finalizing the agenda. Let me know if you want more information orhave questions.Sincerely,Sarah FieldsDirectorUranium WatchPO Box 344Moab, Utah 84532435-210-0166 (mobile)IINFORM and Uranium Watch
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The 2nd Uranium ConfabFlagstaff, Arizona
July 28 - 30, 2013at the Coconino Center for the Arts2300 North Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff, ArizonaPlease join us Sunday evening, July 28th, through Tuesday, July 30th, at the 2nd Uranium Confab, a workshop and conference for uranium activists and environmentalists. Gather with activists for two days of speakers, panel discussions, informative presentations and strategy sessions about uranium mining and milling in the Southwest. Our topics include the latest ideas and trends in uranium mining proposals, the historic legacy, cultural issues and impacts, regulation, law, and more. The program and event schedule will be announced later.The Uranium Confab is open to activists and allies by advance registration. Please help us plan by registering early. Register for the Confab and camping online at: https://uconfab.eventbrite.com/.The Confab is free to attend. Group camping is provided along with meals in the camp on a first-come, first-served basis while spaces last. If you wish to camp with us, please register separately for each day so we can keep an accurate count. General information about lodging in Flagstaff can be found at http://www.flagstaffarizona.org/.Camping is at the Ft. Tuthill County Park Campground: a few miles south of Flagstaff on Hwy. 89A. Travel south on 89A to campground on Ft. Tuthill Loop.
http://www.coconino.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2032The Uranium Confab is generously supported by the Indigenous Environmental Network - Western Mining Action Network, Flagstaff Cultural Partners, INFORM, Uranium Watch, Sierra Club, and Grand Canyon Trust.