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Iron Mine Proposal In Wisconsin Watching Scotty

2013-9-5  Support for a nearly identical GOP proposal last session to reduce groundwater, wetland, waste rock disposal and other environment laws for iron ore mining and impose deadlines on the state to

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New Wisconsin iron mining bill will be devastating

2013-1-22  The main proponents of the bill, including GTac, WMC and the Wisconsin Mining Association (WMA), have consistently misled legislators with claims that the iron ore in Ashland and Iron counties is

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Wisconsin: Upper Peninsula pits offer perspective

As Wisconsin debates a return to iron ore mining for the first time in nearly 30 years, the Empire and adjacent Tilden mines offer a window into how the industry operates today. The high-grade iron ore that drew immigrants to this region in the mid- to late 1800s played out long ago.

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Overview of ferrous (iron) mining in Wisconsin

2021-8-6  While iron mining in Wisconsin has a vibrant history, it also has the potential to cause environmental damage, and as such the laws regulating it have changed a great deal over the years to protect against such impacts. Regulation of ferrous mining activity. Iron mining in Wisconsin is regulated under Ch. 295, subchapter III, Wis. Stats.

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Local Decisions in Metallic Mining Projects Wisconsin

2003-3-26  Wisconsin's mining law mandates that before state permits for mining can be granted, the local municipality (town, city, village, county or tribal government) where the proposed mine would be located must have granted the necessary permits or approvals under its applicable zoning or land

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Gedicks, Blouin: New Wisconsin iron mining bill will

The main proponents of the bill, including GTac, WMC and the Wisconsin Mining Association (WMA), have consistently misled legislators with claims that the iron ore in Ashland and Iron counties is more environmentally safe compared to metallic sulfide mining and thus requires separate regulations.

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Defending Their Homes Iron Mining in Wisconsin

2015-4-2  Sulfide mining targets minerals like copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver that are contained in sulfide ores, which generate sulfuric acid when exposed to air and water. But G-Tac’s proposal is for an iron mine, not a sulfide mine, and thus doesn’t fall under the perview of Wisconsin’s mining

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Potential Metallic Mining Development in Northern

2003-3-26  years with 10 copper and iron ore mines possible in northern Wisconsin and 10 lead and zinc mines possible in southwestern Wisconsin." Further, the report stated that six copper mines and two iron mines could be operational by 1996

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey »

More substantial iron mining of high-grade ore began in the Gogebic and Florence Districts in the 1880s and continued into the 1960s. Mining in the Baraboo District took place between 1904 and 1925. The Jackson County Iron Company re-opened mining

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Iron County mine proposal pits jobs against the

2011-7-2  Iron County mine proposal pits jobs against the environment. Lee Bergquist. Bill Heart of Trout Unlimited goes fly fishing on the Tyler Forks River. A proposed iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin...

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New Wisconsin iron mining bill will be devastating

2013-1-22  New Wisconsin iron mining bill will be devastating to the environment. by Al Gedicks, There is no debate that this proposal will cause enormous and devastating effects on the air, land and

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Iron Mine Proposal In Wisconsin Watching Scotty

2013-9-5  Support for a nearly identical GOP proposal last session to reduce groundwater, wetland, waste rock disposal and other environment laws for iron ore mining and impose deadlines on the state to

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Defending Their Homes Iron Mining in Wisconsin

2015-4-2  Sulfide mining targets minerals like copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver that are contained in sulfide ores, which generate sulfuric acid when exposed to air and water. But G-Tac’s proposal is for an iron mine, not a sulfide mine, and thus doesn’t fall under the perview of Wisconsin’s mining

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Local Decisions in Metallic Mining Projects Wisconsin

2003-3-26  discussions by environmentalists and concerned residents of Wisconsin. By the time a mining proposal receives widespread public attention, it may be well into the several-year-long environmental and regulatory reviews by the Department of Natural Resources. However, local

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Overview of ferrous (iron) mining in Wisconsin

2021-8-6  While iron mining in Wisconsin has a vibrant history, it also has the potential to cause environmental damage, and as such the laws regulating it have changed a great deal over the years to protect against such impacts. Regulation of ferrous mining activity. Iron mining in Wisconsin is regulated under Ch. 295, subchapter III, Wis. Stats.

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Keweenaw Now: Updated: Penokee iron mining

2021-7-3  LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN -- Al Gedicks, professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and author of Resource Rebels: Native Challenges to Mining and Oil Corporations, recently published an article on the projected Gogebic Taconite (GTAC) open-pit mine for taconite iron deposits of the Penokee Range in northern Wisconsin.

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New Wisconsin iron mining bill will be devastating

2013-3-15  Al Gedicks and Dave Blouin 2013 Science proves mining proponents are making a false claim. Credit : Penokee Hills Education Project Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) should be paying Isthmus contributor Larry Kaufmann for his able job of parroting their misleading talking points on the new mining bill introduced last week by GOP mining cheerleaders.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey »

Overview of metallic mineral regulation in Wisconsin, third edition (Special Report 13), 2004, Thomas J. Evans; Mineral and water resources of Wisconsin, 1976, prepared by the US Geological Survey in collaboration with the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey; Iron mining in Wisconsin, 2011, Wisconsin

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AN OVERVIEW OF MINING WASTE MANAGEMENT

2002-5-20  Mining activity expanded to include zinc resources, and extensive underground zinc-lead mines were developed and continued in operation until the late 1970s. In addition to lead and zinc mining in southwest Wisconsin, the state has also experienced significant iron mining activity, primarily in and around Iron, Ashland, Jackson and Florence

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WISCONSIN’S MINING INDUSTRY; PAST, PRESENT, AND

2011-12-14  produced predominantly zinc. Wisconsin’s mineral industry expanded rapidly in the latter half of the 19th century. As lead-zinc mining continued in the southwest, iron was discovered in northern Wisconsin. Iron mining began in Florence County in 1881, followed by the first shipments of iron ore from the Germania Mine at Hurley in 1885.

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Iron Mine Proposal In Wisconsin Watching Scotty

2013-9-5  Support for a nearly identical GOP proposal last session to reduce groundwater, wetland, waste rock disposal and other environment laws for iron ore mining and impose deadlines on the state to

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Defending Their Homes Iron Mining in Wisconsin

2015-4-2  Sulfide mining targets minerals like copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver that are contained in sulfide ores, which generate sulfuric acid when exposed to air and water. But G-Tac’s proposal is for an iron mine, not a sulfide mine, and thus doesn’t fall under the perview of Wisconsin’s mining

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey »

Overview of metallic mineral regulation in Wisconsin, third edition (Special Report 13), 2004, Thomas J. Evans; Mineral and water resources of Wisconsin, 1976, prepared by the US Geological Survey in collaboration with the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey; Iron mining in Wisconsin, 2011, Wisconsin

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Iron Mining in Wisconsin Wisconsin Historical

The major iron mining area from the mid-1880s to the mid-1960s was the Gogebic Iron Range, which extends for 80 miles from Lake Gogebic in Michigan to Lake Namekagon in Wisconsin. Forty-five of the 70.7 million tons of ore produced from the Gogebic Iron Range in Wisconsin came from the Cary Mine near Hurley and the Montreal Mine at Montreal.

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AN OVERVIEW OF MINING WASTE MANAGEMENT

2002-5-20  Mining activity expanded to include zinc resources, and extensive underground zinc-lead mines were developed and continued in operation until the late 1970s. In addition to lead and zinc mining in southwest Wisconsin, the state has also experienced significant iron mining activity, primarily in and around Iron, Ashland, Jackson and Florence

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WISCONSIN’S MINING INDUSTRY; PAST, PRESENT, AND

2011-12-14  produced predominantly zinc. Wisconsin’s mineral industry expanded rapidly in the latter half of the 19th century. As lead-zinc mining continued in the southwest, iron was discovered in northern Wisconsin. Iron mining began in Florence County in 1881, followed by the first shipments of iron ore from the Germania Mine at Hurley in 1885.

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Wisconsin Historical Markers: Marker 314: Iron

2013-6-25  The major iron mining area from the mid-1880’s to the mid-1960’s was the Gogebic Iron Range, which extends for 80 miles from Lake Gogebic in Michigan to Lake Namekagon in Wisconsin. Forty-five to 70.7 million tons of ore produced from the Gogebic Iron Range in Wisconsin

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The Fight Against Wisconsin’s Iron Mine » Urban

2013-4-16  The Fight Against Wisconsin’s Iron Mine. Tribal leaders, environmentalists and local officials have united to fight a massive mine which could be toxic to a water-rich area known as “Wisconsin

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Mining Proposal Wonmunna Iron Ore Project

2020-3-18  Wonmunna Iron Ore Pty Ltd MINING PROPOSAL vii March 2015 # MINING PROPOSAL CHECKLIST (continued) Y/N/ NA Page Comments Tenement Details 18 Is the Mining Proposal wholly or partially within a World Heritage Property, Biosphere Reserve, Heritage Site or Soil Reference Site. N Fig 2 19 Are all mining operations within granted or applied

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A study of the “Iron Ridge” Mine: an excerpt from When

2020-9-6  The Iron Ridge Mine is located in the E 1A of the NW V4, Section 13, T. UN., R. 16E., (Town Hubbard), Dodge County, Wisconsin, just east of the village of Neda. It is sometimes called the "Oliver" Mine, because it was operated by the Oliver Iron Mining Company from 1902 to 1914. This locality was originally known as Sterling's Mill, because of a

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