• Join us! Contact David Wood wooddmarv@gmail.com or Kim Griffiths kim4candelas@gmail.com to be put on our mailing list, or indicate your interest in joining via the CONTACT US section at the bottom of each web page.
  • Read our documentation. Information whose sources you can verify for yourself directly is the key to being an informed neighbor of a Cold War legacy and to fighting the “not enough is known” diatribe intended to delay opening the Wildlife Refuge.
  • Use the documentation to confront misinformation (like “hot particles”, and “burrowing animals”).  Bring the focus to current reality, not what happened 30 years ago.
  • Help identify common ground with those who feel the Refuge is unsafe. We all depend on continued funding of the EPA, the Office of Legacy Management of the DOE, and monitoring of the Rocky Flats site.
  • Attend meetings of the Rocky Flats Stewardship Council (meeting and contact information at http://rockyflatssc.org) to make sure the voices of people living around the Refuge are heard.