Guest Editorial—Globalizing Mining in America, Part II
September 2000 by Michael S. CoffmanDefeating the Biodiversity Treaty
It was the first month of a new year, 1861. Three men, by the name of Young, Blake and La Rossney, who had been somewhat unsuccessful in river mining, went looking for gold elsewhere.
For many years, the small miners and in particular the suction dredge miners have complained about the lack of unbiased sound science available to refute the garbage science that is being used by government agencies to regulate us to near extinction.
Q: Can you offer any information on proper mining claim procedures?
• Partial win for miners
• California suction dredging
• Feds continue to push for more public lands
• Idaho suction dredging
Because of multiple take-out points along a ditch line, the ditches themselves become a wealth of knowledge to us present-day miners.
After finding little specks and occasionally little nuggets all season, I had finally reached something economical and interesting! This had never happened before along the Pellice Valley in Italy.
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