Canyon Resources in Battle in Montana
April 2000 by StaffDick DeVoto, head of Canyon Resources Corp., said his company's lawsuit against the state of Montana will go after the voter-initiated ban on the use of cyanide for mining. This marks a change in strategy.
Nevada’s attorney general for the first time is joining a rural county in a 15-year-old legal battle...
Please note that new mining claims filed on or after September 1, 2019, will be subject to the new fee schedule.
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• Bad science, worse policy
Owning a mining claim is one of the greatest opportunities still available to American citizens. In last month’s article, we covered the basics of researching public lands and determining if the spot is open to claim.
I hobbled around on the broken up, sorted rock pile. Watching where I stepped, I kept my eye open for quartz with a gray-blue color imbedded throughout the samples I picked up.
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