- Mining in Alaska
- 2018 Fairbanks Convention
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under fire for spending $2.4 million in reviewing the proposed open-pit copper and gold Pebble Mine in southwest Alaska, The Daily Caller reports.
Two fires broke out within the space of about 30 minutes Saturday afternoon along the Steese Highway. One torched the landmark Gold Dredge No. 3, across the highway from the Chatanika Lodge, but was contained to the dredge.
Council of Alaska Producers video on the real benefits of Mining in Alaska. Learn more at www.alaskaproducers.org.
Hal Quinn is president and CEO of the National Mining Association, and Stuart Sanderson is president of the Colorado Mining Association.
The first batch of new, more accurate Alaska maps that will eventually cover the whole state is out and free to the public as part of a state and federal project to replace old topographic maps that date back 50 …
In Anchorage this week, Alaska lawmakers and government officials are meeting to talk about what some see as “federal overreach.”