Northern Black Hills: More Information on Two Gold Companies! CALL TO ACTION!

We Have Gathered More Facts and Now We Need Your Help to Stop Gold Exploration! These two gold companies listed below are part of a larger gold rush in the northern Black Hills.  According to US Forest Service staff in March 2022, there are no public lands still available for mining claims in the northern … Continue reading Northern Black Hills: More Information on Two Gold Companies! CALL TO ACTION!

THE BEAR LODGE IS IN PERIL! COMMENTS NEEDED BY MARCH 31

THE BEAR LODGE IS IN PERIL BY A PROPOSED RARE EARTHS MINERALS PROCESSING PLANT! COMMENT DUE MARCH 31! The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) wants your input by Thursday, March 31, and it’s important that you comment. Brief comments are fine! DOE is looking for likely locations for a rare earths “demonstration” facility – in … Continue reading THE BEAR LODGE IS IN PERIL! COMMENTS NEEDED BY MARCH 31

SLEIGHT OF HAND – OR SOMETHING ABOUT THE NATURE OF MINING COMPANY PROPAGANDA

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

“Selfie with Smokey Bear Challenge”

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:comments-rocky-mountain-black-hills-mystic@usda.gov Include “F3 Jenny Gulch Gold Exploration Project” in the subject line. … Continue reading “Selfie with Smokey Bear Challenge”

Black Hills National Forest seeking your input by July 9th.

The Black Hills National Forest is asking for our input for their planning exercise.  The resulting plan will guide what they do for the next 10 or so years, so it's important.  Deadline to respond is July 9 (BHNF Address below).  We want everyone to participate, talk about mining issues, and talk about whatever other issues they … Continue reading Black Hills National Forest seeking your input by July 9th.