Monthly Archives: October, 2013

Adopt-A-Highway

Midas Gold has adopted a two-mile stretch of Idaho Highway 55, miles 113 and  114 in the Cascade city limits to be exact. We held our first cleanup day on October 30. Our geologic staff in Lake Fork and COO Bob Barnes collected about 20 bags of trash and other assorted debris in just three hours. […]

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Air and Weather Monitoring at Stibnite

The air quality and meteorological monitoring station is up and running at Stibnite. The best part is our new equipment is all solar powered! Last week, site staff at the Stibnite Gold Project along with engineers and consultants from JBR Environmental Consultants and Dagley LLC built a state-of-the-art air quality station that continuously monitors and […]

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Meadow Creek Mine Underground Workings

As part of resource modeling efforts, Midas Gold geologists have built a 3D model of historic underground workings in the Stibnite-Yellow Pine Mining District. The image below is the former Meadow Creek Mine. From 1932 to 1938, this underground mine produced 50,000 ounces of gold, 185,000 ounces of silver and many tons of antimony. Underground […]

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Doing our Part to Help Fight Fire

As part of our commitment to our community, Midas Gold assisted the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies battling wildfires near the Stibnite Gold Project site.  We provided space for fire crews and helicopters to stage so they had closer access to where the fire was burning.            Interestingly enough, one of the minerals […]

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