March 2000 by StaffExcerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
There are loads of new gold prospectors attracted by the current high prices, and so I thought it might be a great time to take a look at what makes some prospectors so much more successful than others.
- EPA ends "sue and settle"
- Sage grouse mineral withdrawal cancelled
Q: I am in the process of filing an appeal with my lawyer, but am seeking more “expert” advice in the arenas of “mining claims” and BLM jurisdiction.
The current administration is receptive; we believe the time is ripe to push for a return to reasonable regulations and to restore mining to a priority for public lands as long as some new crisis doesn’t take precedent.
Excerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
• Is the Spenceville Wildlife area open to prospecting?
No single factor has been as important in the control of inflationary pressures over the past few years as the decline in commodity prices. As long as the cost of raw materials was declining, industry was able to produce goods with minimal increases in price.
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