Category Archives: Sustainability

ASK MIDAS: HOW BIG IS THE FOOTPRINT OF THE STIBNITE GOLD PROJECT?

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. How big will […]

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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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Restore the Site: We Mean What We Say

When Midas Gold says we have plans to restore the site, we mean it! Those aren’t just words to us, it is a guiding principle that is at the forefront of every decision we make. This year, I was honored to speak at the Idaho Lands Summit to talk about the work Midas Gold is […]

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Help Shape the Future of the Stibnite Gold Project

Your Opinion Will Help Shape the Future of the Stibnite Gold Project The Stibnite Gold Project  is being evaluated through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) by the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. Public input is critical to the permitting process and there are two formal opportunities for you to comment. The first […]

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The Rufous Hummingbird

This is the third installment of our special hummingbird series with in-house hummingbird expert, Ken Assmus.  If you want more fun facts, expert advice and stunning photos scroll through our recent blog posts!  The Rufous hummingbird has officially been spotted in Idaho during its northwest migration. It is the second species of hummingbirds to make […]

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2015 Sustainability Report

Restoring the historic Stibnite mining district through renewed mining efforts seems closer than ever before. We are excited to share our progress with you in our 2015 Sustainability Report. This report is part of our ongoing commitment to transparency and keeping the community informed about our work at Stibnite. In 2015, we formed new partnerships that […]

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Sustainability from the Sun

How solar power is saving thousands of gallons of fuel each year You won’t find many power lines in the hills outside of Yellow Pine – especially ones connected to the power grid. But in 2009, when we started evaluating the historic Stibnite Gold Project site for future mining potential we needed energy. At first, we […]

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Sustainability Report

We have released our 2014 Sustainability Report! Check out our activities for the past year and see how we are caring for the environment at the Stibnite Gold Project site, contributing to the local economy and being an active member of the community. Let us know what you think.

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Scrap Metal Cleanup

We are continuing our efforts to restore the site in the historic Stibnite-Yellow Pine Mining District. Our team worked to remove nine tons of metal trash from private land along the county road between Sugar Creek and Hennessy Creek. We cleared out old automobile frames, empty barrels and lids, scraps of corrugated metal roofing and other debris left […]

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