Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network (FFAN) is a coalition of groups and concerned citizens who share information and resources in response to the ongoing radioactive fallout of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and then act to find solutions. FFAN is committed to holding U.S. agencies and elected officials responsible for protecting the food supply, and also networking with the people of Japan who are trying to protect theirs as well.

Member groups in FFAN coalition include: Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Health, Ecological Options Network, Nuclear Free Planet and Nuclear Information and Resource Service.

FFAN Executive Director ~ Kimberly Roberson

FFAN Steering Committee ~
Marybeth Brangan, Mark Casabier, Cathy Iwane, Gwendolyn Mitsutake

Programs currently in development ~

*Campaign supporting FFAN’s FDA Citizen Petition to significantly lower the current permissable levels of harmful radiation in the US food supply.  The Citizen Pettion was filed by FFAN member groups Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Health, and the Ecological Options Network.

*A national radiation food monitoring network (with improved testing technology) linking citizens around the US.

This clip gives an excellent overview of our work:

Kimberly Roberson founded FFAN as a fiscally sponsored project of Beyond Nuclear. She is a Certified Nutrition Educator and Diet Counselor. Her book, “Silence Deafening, Fukushima Fallout..A Mother’s Response” is available in print and on all epub platforms.  http://amzn.to/12Nu4jv and at www.silencedeafening.com.


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  1. matt frandsen

    I am a retired 54yr old engineer with a 10 yr old daughter. I am very concerned, as I read about the procedures TEPCO gets away with. I have prior nuclear work experience, three years in navy shipyard, testing.

    I am in Sacramento and would like to begin some fish radiation monitoring, maybe here or in San Francisco area, or even the Bellingham/Seattle area.

    Do you have any thoughts?


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