We are dedicated to communicating accurate and timely information to communities impacted by former nuclear defense sites in order to protect human health and the environment.

Mission

To communicate information about former nuclear defense sites to all external and internal stakeholders.

Vision

We are dedicated to communicating accurate and timely information to communities impacted by former nuclear defense sites in order to protect human health and the environment. We are also committed to transparency, integrity, and empathy in all our work. People matter first to the ECHO Team. We honor cultural heritage and cultivate and nurture relationships through our education, communication, history, and outreach work.  We are the communication bridge between LM and the public.

We communicate and engage with local communities, state and local governments, and tribal nations in person, print, and digitally through:

  • Public meetings
  • Conferences
  • Outreach events
  • Fact sheets
  • Brochures
  • Stakeholder surveys
  • Press releases
  • Quarterly Program Update
  • LM website
  • Social media

 

Weldon Spring Site, Missouri, Interpretive Center
LM Director Carmelo Melendez visits with former uranium workers at the Weldon Spring Site, Missouri, Interpretive Center ribbon-cutting ceremony. April 14, 2022
Western Colorado Children’s Water Festival
LM Site Manager Sara Woods teaches 5th grade students about sampling groundwater at the Western Colorado Children’s Water Festival in Grand Junction. May 16, 2022
Shiprock, New Mexico, Disposal Site tour
LM Shiprock, New Mexico, Site Manager Mark Kautsky leads a site tour for members of the leadership of the Shiprock Chapter House of the Navajo Nation. July 13, 2022