Mining Districts in Montana Get Organized
January 2017 by Scott HarnThose miners present immediately recognized the benefits of becoming members of MMAC and joined up on the spot. I spent some time answering a few questions, and then the miners took over.
Mining Districts are the private regulatory authority granted by Congress recognized to regulate the mineral lands held by the United States and for the disposal to citizens of the United States, by means of development and potentially perfected by patent.
Please note that new mining claims filed on or after September 1, 2019, will be subject to the new fee schedule.
“We feel that we can clean up an area that has been abandoned after 100 years of mining,” Lyon said.
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- Welcome changes in Washington, DC
- Giving power back to the people
After many decades of closures, land-use restrictions, and over-regulation, miners and all other public land users may finally see some real relief due to the efforts of MMAC.
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