Native American Public Telecommunications



Nuclear Waste on Indian Lands (6/1/00)

Date of this Version

June 2000


The Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians is proceeding with a nuclear waste storage facility on their tribal lands. Surrounding communities and even some members of the tribe object saying the nuclear facility threatens the pristine environment of Utah's high desert. In the past some tribes have fought to keep nuclear waste off their lands, but in this case Goshute Tribal leaders are choosing to bring nuclear waste onto Goshute land as a means of economic development. Invited guests include Skull Valley Chairman Leon Bear.

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