Anti-nuke activists from the 1980s and earlier, gathered in Bodega Bay Saturday to recall past campaigns and contemplate new challenges.
When local opposition scuttled plans for an atomic energy plant on Bodega head in the early 1960s, the seeds were sown for subsequent no-nukes protests throughout California and beyond. Members of the Abalone Alliance, an early protest group, reunited in the coastal town over the weekend, to review their shared past, and consider their part in shaping a nuclear-free energy future.
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