Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Tomatoes-Growing-at-Vegetable-Farm-in-Tamura-City-27MZIFVW48OR.htmlConceptually similarChinese Cabbage in Vegetable Farm in Tamura CityGP04UWBCompleted★★★★Woman Plants Vegetables on Farm in Tamura CityGP04UWCCompleted★★★★Organic Vegetable Farm in Tamura CityGP04UWGCompleted★★★★Organic Vegetable Farmer in Tamura CityGP04UWHCompleted★★★★Woman in Vegetable Farm in Tamura CityGP04UW9Completed★★★★Radiation Experts Collect Samples in TamuraGP04UWECompleted★★★★Radiation Experts Collect Samples in TamuraGP04UWFCompleted★★★★Farming in Evacuation Zone in TamuraGP04UWOCompleted★★★★Harvesting Fruits in FukushimaGP04UWRCompleted★★★★View AllGP04UWATomatoes Growing at Vegetable Farm in Tamura CityTomatoes in Tatsuko Ogawara’s vegetable farm. She grows vegetables and sells them at a local market. The farm is located 45km from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. It is expected that part of Tamura City in the 20km evacuation zone will be the first community where the government lifts its evacuation order as decontamination by the government is finished.Locations:Asia-Fukushima Prefecture-Japan-TamuraDate:4 Oct, 2013Credit:© Noriko Hayashi / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4256px X 2832pxKeywords:Agriculture-Decontamination-Earthquakes-Farms-Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear accidents-Nuclear radiation-Outdoors-Tomatoes-VegetablesShoot:Fukushima Evacuees Return Home to Tamura CityTwo years an half after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster it is predicted that Tamura City will be the first city where the evacuation order is released. Decontamination under the direct control of government ended within 20km zone of Tamura city in June 2013, and it is decided to conduct a post-monitoring and consideration of re-decontamination based on the post-monitoring results by local government and country with the cooperation.