The Bawl Mill
June 1999 by Kenneth Harn• Shrimp, no shrimp of a problem for LAX...
• Southern California also has the arroyo southwestern toad...
• Not so happy birthday
• Even more support for the PLP
The loss of exploration monies that provide jobs and eventually lead to new mines may well cost the state far more in the long run than the new fees will raise.
• Election fallout
• Bad news in Bolivia
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.
Major environmental organizations such as the Nature Conservancy are working closely with the federal government to buy large tracts of private land, frequently at the expense of private property owners’ rights.
When my field assistant Jay Roberts and I entered the mine, it appeared as if someone just walked out of the mine, turned off the lights and never returned.
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