Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Our commitment to reducing light pollution

In 2018, we worked with dark skies specialist Ben Banet to outline how we could help protect dark skies. As it turns out, there is a lot industry can do. We’ve committed ourselves to some simple steps to reduce light pollution on our project site while increasing safety and saving money. Read all about it:¬†DarkSkiesReport-FINAL […]

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Together Is the Right Way To Ensure Real Change

For the last decade, Midas Gold Idaho has worked in good-faith to establish an open-door policy around the Stibnite Gold Project in an attempt to create an environment of collaboration. So, we were disappointed to learn a few groups with whom we have worked diligently to include in our permitting process are holding a protest […]

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October 10 Stibnite Advisory Council Meeting Summary

The Stibnite Advisory Council gives communities a seat at the table with Midas Gold and the opportunity to help shape the Stibnite Gold Project. The council meets monthly to discuss the impacts, concerns and opportunities surrounding the project. The Stibnite Advisory Council is comprised of appointed representatives from eight communities near the project site and […]

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ASK MIDAS: Four True Things You Should Know About The Stibnite Gold Project

Midas Gold has been exploring the Stibnite Mining District, a site that has been mined off and on since the 1920s, for the last 10 years. We published our first plans for the site in 2012. Through continued work, studies and consulting with communities and other stakeholders, we refined our plans in an updated study […]

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Mod PRO: We are listening

When we submitted our Plan of Restoration and Operations (PRO) for the Stibnite Gold Project to the U.S. Forest Service in 2016, we submitted what we considered the best plan possible based on information available at the time. We spent tens of millions of dollars and invested thousands of manhours studying the site to develop […]

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