Thank you GPAA and joining hands

We are proud to announce our partnership with the GPAA and can’t thank them enough for their fundraising efforts for AMRA and the legal fund.   As a part of this partnership, we are going to have many joint access claims with the GPAA in multiple states. Some of the claims are current AMRA claims […]

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Two new cases

We have two new men we are working with on unbelievable cases in two different states. The first is a man who buys and sells used mining equipment out of his garage along with small samples of minerals he collects on his mining claims in CA. His vehicle was parked in his driveway, on his […]

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What if we changed our strategy?

Happy Constitution Day. We wanted to pose a few questions…   What if we could all unite in the small mining community and become a powerful force like the NRA?   What if we could all have access to up-to-date information on what is happening with regulations, litigation and other issues?   What if we […]

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Oregon poll on suction dredging, take it today

Should miners be allowed to use suction dredges on Southern Oregon rivers that are classified as “essential” habitat for salmon?   As we know, suction dredging creates fish habitat, removes toxins and helps the rural economies.   Take this poll and be heard. The poll is located in the middle of the page on the […]

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Challenging Obama’s WOTUS rule

WOTUS, Waters of the United States was a horrendous over-reach by the previous administration and an attempt by the EPA to take over every mud puddle, rain gutter and ditch in America.   It is being challenged by many states, as it should be. For the complete article, click: Farm bureau fights to stop 2015 […]

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Forest fires….is it mismanagement or climate change?

Two weeks ago, when Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke proclaimed: “I’ve heard the climate change argument back and forth,” Zinke told the Sacramento-based KCRA. “This has nothing to do with climate change. This has to do with active forest management.” The virtue-signaling back-lash was deafening, and yet contained little to no actual scientific evidence that ‘climate […]

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AMRA adds a claim in Nevada…..finally

Well, after nearly 6 years of trying and looking and mining and prospecting………..   AMRA finally has a claim in Nevada!   It is the legendary Rye Patch.   The claim will be loaded next week onto our site.

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A little note about the USFS

Since we have returned from our trip to Idaho we have received an overwhelming number of calls from miners and public land users all across the west with documented problems with the USFS. Problems like ignoring Plans of Operation applications, in some cases for years….they are supposed to respond to them within 30 days. They’ve […]

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California update:

Update on dredging in California:   Yesterday we met with the California Water Board (CAWB) in Sacramento over the permitting of suction dredging for 2019 along with several other mining organizations here in CA.   This is the second meeting in the past 3 weeks and yes, they still do in fact intend on creating […]

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Friday update

We have read on the internet that Idaho Conservation League has filed a lawsuit against AMRA President Shannon Poe for suction dredging on the SF Clearwater. ICL is well known for suing and settling lawsuits, especially with the USFS. We have not seen any documents so we will not be commenting on the content of […]

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