Gilt Edge - A Superfund Site of toxic mining waste ponds in the northern Black Hills.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 - SPECIAL MEETING ON DRAFT HARD ROCK MINING ORDINANCE WITH THE PENNINGTON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION BEGINNING AT 5:00 PM MOUNTAIN – PENNINGTON COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 130 Kansas City St., Rapid City, SD. Come and show that you are concerned about potential gold and other mining in Pennington County. This event is really … Continue reading DRAFT HARD ROCK MINING ORDINANCE TO BE HEARD AT SPECIAL MEETING
THIS NEW MAP SHOWS CLAIMS OF ONE GOLD COMPANY IN THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS: ABOUT 42 SQUARE MILES IMPACTED. Dakota Territory Resources Gold Claims Map. Disclaimer: Maps are based on Bureau of Land Management information, and accuracy is not guaranteed. Mapped down to the quarter section. Map of some of Dakota Territory Resource Corp.’s gold … Continue reading NORTHERN BLACK HILLS GOLD MINING THREATS – MAP AVAILABLE NOW!
The heading is “F3 Gold’s Water Stewardship Plan” for the project they propose by the intake to Pactola Reservoir, the Jenny Gulch gold project. There is, of course, no “stewardship” when land is mined – the land and water are destroyed. But let’s look more closely at their plan, which includes five points. POINT ONE: … Continue reading SLEIGHT OF HAND – OR SOMETHING ABOUT THE NATURE OF MINING COMPANY PROPAGANDA
Save Jenny Gulch - Protect Rapid Creek Take on this Challenge for your chance to win a prize. Information of how to participate is in the photo slides below. You can also Email your comments in by Oct. 22 at 11:59 PM Mountain to:firstname.lastname@example.org Include “F3 Jenny Gulch Gold Exploration Project” in the subject line. … Continue reading “Selfie with Smokey Bear Challenge”
The US Forest Service has issued an important document on F3 Gold’s proposed gold project in the Black Hills -- This Environmental Assessment is a step toward possible gold exploration just upstream from Pactola Reservoir in the Black Hills and a direct impact on not only water, but wildlife, such as the Bighorn Sheep birthing … Continue reading MORE LARGE-SCALE GOLD MINING IN THE BLACK HILLS?