Jerry Palmer is an American writer whose subject is the first-hand account of Texas anti-nuke actions from June 1979 until the fall of 1983.
These include civil disobedience at Seabrook in New Hampshire, blockades at the Pentagon in Washington D.C., occupying Diablo Canyon in California, plus multiple actions at the Comanche Peak nuclear plant in Texas.
An environmental activist and lifelong gardener, Jerry Palmer, was born and raised in Mississippi before moving to Texas after college, where he grew up in many ways. Learning about landscaping, arboriculture and environmental activism in the Dallas and Fort Worth area taught him the skills he uses today as an estate gardener and owner of Lycoris Rose, a southern heirloom bulb farm. Have Shovel Will Travel!!