What's In A Name?
September 2002 by Scott HarnMore than you’d think. For the past several years, we’ve attended countless trade shows across the country, handed out sample copies of ICMJ, and expanded our readership considerably by signing up new subscribers.
They worked their plan, bit by bit, and sure enough, after the blast, gold was detected… Over two pounds of beautiful crystalline gold was recovered in that stretch!
• Sheriff withdraws Forest Service law enforcement authority
Oscar Espinoza considers himself an amateur gold prospector, but the gold nugget he recently found puts many seasoned prospectors to shame.
Q: Could you inform me as to what “barite” is used for? Where can I locate a company that mines barite?
• Good news on EPA regs
• California rewards key appointment to dredging foe
• Republicans seek to block creation of National Monuments
• Zimbabwe threatens seizure of mining rights
The following was excerpted from a published decision of Interior Department Office of Hearings and Appeals
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