August 2004 by StaffExcerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
The Forest Service wants a two-year ban on new hard-rock mining claims on 429,000 acres of national forest land on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains in Montana.
Any detector specifically designed to respond to small gold will do. The best ones are the lightest ones with the smallest coils.
I was informed, in a less than friendly manner, that I can only camp on the claim for 14 days of every 90.
The question of relentless government payouts continues to haunt the political system.
Another potential problem is the body of regulations imposed by the Paris Climate Accord that President Trump had negated but which President Biden has immediately rejoined.
In March 2004, Vulcan, a mine exploring robot from the Discovery Miner Program, was shipped to the Vulture City region to investigate the conditions of an abandoned hard rock mine. The shaft was typical of the dangerous mines that are...
Original Sixteen to One Mine Inc., the second oldest United States publicly traded gold mining company, became a Golden Partner of the California Sesquicentennial last month.
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