The more experienced prospectors know these lesser known spots are the types of places where big finds are still made.
In the meantime, I want to highlight some recent court cases won with the assistance of Public Lands for the People…
This same concept is true of many of our modern-day rivers, and we have to find out where their gold originated if we can.
One would think that the “science” of economics could lend itself to areas of high agreement between professionals, but that has hardly been the case throughout history—and it is not the case today.
• USPS reverts to ponies?
• Crime and (no) punishment
• Nevada proposal to cap tax deductions for mining businesses stalls
• NEPA gets a much needed update
• Army Corps to release review of Pebble Mine
…let’s dive in and take a closer look at these rich gold and silver-bearing minerals to find out what they are, where they form, and how to identify them.
Within a very few minutes, I had my first nice sounding target. It turned out to be a nice earring-size gold piece that was about a half a gram.
The area was mined intermittently from around 1900 to 1915, but was also mined in the late 1800s, with a total output valued at about $100,000, which is around $9.5 million at the current gold price.
Mining claimants who wish to retain their mining claims on Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service lands through the 2021 assessment year must pay a maintenance fee or file a maintenance fee waiver certificate on or before September 1…
For the prospector, knowing what oxidized hydrothermal alteration looks like in the field is an important exploration tool.
…as an academic argument, when mated to the appropriate engine, is the pump really moving water at the rate of 400 GPM?