‘Tombstone Town’ reflects on St. Louis environmental cleanup (Radio Interview)

Jane Keon spoke with Mike Horace about her new memoir, “Tombstone Town,” detailing her time on the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force.

Click the link below for the radio interview

http://wcmu.org/news/?p=20532

Tombstone Town

 A memoir of the first 16 years of the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force, a Community Advisory Group (CAG) in St. Louis, Michigan.  Jane Keon chaired the group for 12 years as they volunteered as citizen overseers of sites contaminated with chemicals and radioactive waste.  EPA is working with the town to end the deaths of robins from DDT poisoning, and to clean up a failed Superfund site that is leaking into the Pine River.

 Now available on Amazon.com

Kindle edition: $4.99   Paperback edition: $12.99

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The more they dig, the more they find: DDT cleanup continues for mid-Michigan town.

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