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WMC Longtime Member MARY KORPI Nominated as Distinguished Nevadan
WMC received the
2016 Prazen Living Legend of Mining Award
at the National Mining Hall of Fame
and Museum Banquet
September 24, 2016
Every year, the National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum (NMHF&M) selects an individual or entity that has demonstrated ongoing, innovative work educating the public, policy makers, educators, or related institutions about the importance of the mineral and mining industry to our everyday lives. MORE
Kathy Benedetto, Ruth Carraher and Debra Struhsacker
receiving the Prazen Living Legend Award at the National Mining Hall of Fame
Banquet, September 24, 2016.
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WOMEN'S MINING COALITION
April 17-22, 2016
Women’s Mining Coalition (WMC) members traveled to Washington D.C. for its 24th annual Fly-In for meetings on Capital Hill during the week of April 17, 2016. The women work in the hardrock, coal and industrial minerals industries and for companies that provide goods and services to mining companies.
During the Fly-In WMC members work hard to educate the members of Congress about the importance of a robust domestic mining industry.
WMC Members Respond
New EPA Mining Rules Duplicative, Unnecessary
The article includes a link to the letter One View: Mining companies shouldn't be allowed to walk away from pollution. The letter prompted Ann Carpenter and Elizabeth Zbinden (WMC members) to write the article.
Nevada Mining Association Tour
Nanci Palmintere, Retired, VP Finance Intel Corp.; Lynne Volpi, WMC Coordinator; and Erica Adler, NV Governor's Office of Economic Development - left to right. Getting ready to go underground at Newmont's Leeville Mine in NV during a women's tour arranged by the Nevada Mining Association.
A group shot of the women on the mining tour, taken at the overlook at Newmont’s Phoenix Mine in Nevada. For posting on the WMC website and social media. During a women’s mine tour organized by the Nevada Mining Association.
USGS Releases Mineral Resource Assessment Report
The U.S. Geological Survey has released Chapter A of its mineral resource assessment report on the sage brush focal areas in NV, ID, OR, WY, UT and MT. The assessment was done at the request of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to evaluate the mineral-resource potential of some 10 million acres of Federal and adjacent lands in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. The need for this assessment arose from the decision by the Secretary of the Interior to pursue the protection of large tracts of contiguous habitat for the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in the Western United States. Sage-grouse has been one of the issues that WMC has been addressing during our Fly-Ins to Washington DC for the last several years. The report.
WMC at Western Mining States
WMC attends Western Mining States Coordinating Council annual meeting in Utah, tours Bingham Canyon Mine
WMC will be presented with the 2016 Prazen Living Legend Award.
Leadville, CO. April 25, 2016: The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2016 Prazen Living Legend of Mining Award will be presented to the Women’s Mining Coalition at the 29th Annual National Mining Hall of Fame induction banquet on September 24, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. Read More.
We provide members of Congress and other policy makers with facts about the modern mining industry, and the importance of mining to the U.S. economy and our daily lives. WMC members document the industry's commitment to resource stewardship and environmentally responsible mining.
A strong mining industry is vitally important to America. WMC members deliver the message that jobs all across the country depend on mining, and that today's regulations and modern technology ensure state-of-the-art environmental protection at U.S. mines. WMC members provide policy makers with first-hand information about the technological advancements and environmental stewardship of today's mining industry.
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