Thirty Years After Sacramento Voted To Shut It Down, Rancho Seco Reinventing Itself While Dealing With Nuclear Past

Thirty Years After Sacramento Voted To Shut It Down, Rancho Seco Reinventing Itself While Dealing With Nuclear Past

In 1989 Sacramento made history by being the first community to shut down a nuclear power plant by public vote. Now Rancho Seco is host to a campground, lake, and solar fields. But parts of the plant’s nuclear legacy remain.

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