Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Helping Children Hit the Slopes

There is no better way to spend spring break in Idaho than on the slopes of Brundage Mountain Resort. We couldn’t be more thrilled with our partnership with Brundage Mountain Resort to get children from Valley County outside, on the mountain, and learning how to ski and snowboard from the very best. Based off of […]

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Ask Midas: Why are There Metals in the River?

Midas Gold Idaho wants to keep the community informed about the work we are doing at the Stibnite Gold Project site. The Ask Midas blog series gives the experts in our company a chance to answer some of the community’s most frequently asked questions and help clear up any misconceptions around the project. At Midas […]

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP Sustaining our Skies

We can’t stop staring at the stars. Those of us who call Idaho home have the luxury of studying the night sky in all its glory. It is an experience we can’t take for granted.  Therefore, we are thrilled to announce an opening for a summer intern to help us study sustainable practices for industry […]

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Antimony: It’s Critical

Minerals are a key part of our everyday lives. Without them we wouldn’t have iPhones, safe bridges to drive on, engines for our cars or a well-prepared military to keep us safe. However, the U.S. depends on foreign countries for half of the key minerals we use. This isn’t because the minerals do not exist […]

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ASK MIDAS: WHY IS SEDIMENT IN THE RIVER A PROBLEM?

Midas Gold Idaho wants to keep the community informed about the work we are doing at the Stibnite Gold Project site. The Ask Midas blog series gives the experts in our company a chance to answer some of the community’s most frequently asked questions and help clear up any misconceptions around the project. At Midas […]

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Geotechnical Drilling Starting at Stibnite

As the Stibnite Gold Project continues to move through the permitting process, we want to make sure we are fully ready to move forward with site restoration and mine redevelopment once our plan of restoration and operations is approved. An important part of this process is understanding the structure of the soil and underlying bedrock […]

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