TIMBER TRUCK CONVOY ROCKS STATE CAPITOL — OPPOSE CARBON TAX

By Oregonians for Food and Shelter Last week, Timber Unity arose as a movement within Oregon’s timber and trucking sectors to fight HB 2020, cap and trade, and prevent the devastating impacts the legislation will have on their jobs and livelihood.The group’s Facebook page states: “Timber Unity is a group whose intention is to share […]

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Evacuation warning in place for Siskiyou County fire

Siskiyou County, Calif. — UPDATE: The two fires have merged into one and is called the Lumgrey Fire. It is now 180 acres. It has jumped the Klamath River. Highway 96 is closed due to the fire. Evacuation warnings are still in place for Dutch Creek and Empire Creek. (Updated 6/17/19 at 10:01 p.m.) UPDATE: Crews […]

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Copper mine in Florence AZ wins big against city

Miners in Arizona win suit blocking copper mine:   On Thursday last week (June 6, 2019) the Superior Court of Arizona ordered that Florence Copper be awarded $1,700,000 in attorneys’ fees and $32,365.55 in costs. These fees and costs must now be paid by the Town of Florence. The Town had challenged the company’s right […]

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Walk 4 Liberty

Here is our letter going out to each of the 11 counties our protest walk will be traveling through. We will be following up with calls challenging each sheriff and elected county official to walk a mile in our shoes with us.   Greetings Plumas, Sierra, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa […]

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Trump opens 1.4 million acres to hunters and anglers

President Trump isn’t much of an outdoorsman, aside from golf. But maybe more than any president since Teddy Roosevelt, he understands the importance of others getting outside to boat, hunt, fish, shoot, and hike and their demands for access to federal lands and waterways. “He’s basically said, ‘Git-R-Done,’” said Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, who is […]

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AMRA phone temporarily out of service

The AMRA phone line is currently down and AT&T cannot give us an estimate on when it will be back up. If anyone needs to contact us, please send an email to: support@americanminingrights.com   Sorry for the inconvenience

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AMRA teaches Greeley Hill students how to pan

Tuesday, the AMRA staff taught the Greeley Hill school students how to pan…….all of them.   What a great time and all of the kids went home with a little vial of gol, just in time for summer break!   Next year we hope to take them all out to a claim and teach them […]

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How long does it take to get a mining plan approved?

From our good friend Justin Karr in Washington: The average length of time it took BLM and the Forest Service to complete the first three steps of the mine plan review process and approve 68 mine plans from fiscal years 2010 through 2014 was approximately 2 years. However, the time varied widely, ranging from about […]

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Radical enviro groups camouflaging as sports groups

All the off-roaders, atv’ers and Jeep runners, fishermen and even hunters: This is what you are facing. Groups “posing” as sportsman’s clubs, fishing clubs and off road groups…all for their Utopian wet dream ideology. Trout Unlimited is against small scale mining, all forms, everywhere. Fight on Patriots……… Click the link here:

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World famous Roaring Camp Gold Mining trip to be given away at the outing in two days!

Our outing is just two days away!   How would you like to win a week at the world famous Roaring Camp Mining Company in the heart of the Mother Lode of California? If you haven’t been there, you should go. We did and it was awesome. Probably the most relaxing week we’ve had in […]

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