All About Mining

Outing tomorrow!

Well we are all packed for the outing and heading up there in a few hours. Sure have a lot to give away Saturday: A week stay at the world famous Roaring Camp. Henry rifle(s) Proline Mining equipment Screamer Mine gold and much, much more…. Free to the public, plenty of camping, great weather and […]

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Biden administration hurts American miners, helps Chinese miners

We have some close friends who are currently trying to get their rare earth mines going, but they run into many, many problems from the current administration. But China…ya, go ahead and mine away. From the article: Stauber said, “[T]his administration just will not allow the Minnesota miner to mine these critical minerals here in […]

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About the West Virginia v EPA case and does it affect mining?

We’ve had a few of you reach out to discuss the recent ruling by SCOTUS on the West Virginia V EPA case where the court ruled the EPA over-stepped their authority to regulate the Clean Air Act.   Does this help mining? Our take is yes, it is likely. Over the years (many, many years) […]

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EPA case could help mining

We have been speaking about the EPA and their rampant desire to control everything from air to water for over a decade now. This case, about how the EPA is being challenged for making law and over-stepping their authority will have far reaching impacts on the Clean Water Act as well. We elect representatives to […]

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Italian Bar update:

Italian Bar update, Stanislaus NF, Stanislaus County CA:   As you know, we brought forth a significant problem on Italian Bar Road to the attention of the Stanislaus NF. The area of interest is a federally withdrawn and designated “Recreation Area” passed in the 1940’s and 50’s. You cannot file a mining claim on withdrawn […]

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Life changing gold

Seriously….these rocks are life changing. They are not ours, they are our buddy GoldBay Dave’s. We are going to have them Xrayed for him to determine what the gold conglomeration looks like inside the rock so he can make them into show specimens. Some of these are crystalline gold and are EXTREMELY VALUABLE and rare. […]

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AMRA’s own Operations Manager Stacy Serrato graduates law school!

Word cannot express how incredibly proud we are of our very own Stacy Serrato, AMRA’s Operations Manager for the past 7 years. She has worked her butt off day and night going to law school while raising a family, putting up with all you rabid AMRA members and AMRA’s President, Shannon Poe. She graduated law […]

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Dredging hypocrisy

Here is how you spell hypocrisy: The recent flooding in Montana will be good for fish. The sediment which washed down for hundreds of miles, the turbidity which turned the river chocolate milk is GOOD for fish. But dredging, which makes a little plume for 100 feet destroys all fish habitat and must be eliminated. […]

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BLM to close more lands in Nor-Cal unless you act

BLM (Bureau of Land Management) in California is trying to close more and more public lands in Nor-Cal. We have written a letter opposing this on your behalf and encourage you to submit your comments to oppose this closure. Navigating their proposal and trying to understand the content of their plan is a bit challenging […]

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Update on Italian Bar disaster

Italian Bar disaster update: As you know now, we’ve been trying to get the Stanislaus NF to evict the illegal occupiers down on Italian Bar road for close to a year now. We’ve shot videos of the trash, sewage, dumped batteries, a vehicle which was in the river and provided evidence of how a mining […]

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