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Nov 21, 2000 The commenter stated that requiring the use of a costly technology that may make mining impossible or uneconomical in order to achieve minimal or no environmental benefits would ignore FLPMA's limit on BLM's authority only to prevent “unnecessary” and “undue” degradation of public lands, would impair the rights of locators and claims

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  • Rockhound’s Guide to Identifying Federal Mining Claims

    Rockhound’s Guide to Identifying Federal Mining Claims

    Federal Mining Claims are granted to US Citizens for the purpose of extracting the minerals for commercial gain. Rockhounding does not require a mining claim, however Rockhounds cannot mineral trespass on active mining claims. The BLM’s Guide to Rockhounding is helpful for defining the general rules and responsibilities for Rockhounding

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  • Federal Register :: Required Fees for Mining Claims or Sites

    Federal Register :: Required Fees for Mining Claims or Sites

    Jul 01, 2019 The entities potentially affected by the rule locate mining claims or sites, and may be actively involved in the exploration and development of locatable minerals on Federal lands. These entities are defined by the SBA as an individual, limited partnership, or small company considered being at “arm's length” from the control of any parent

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  • Federal Mining Claims in Alaska

    Federal Mining Claims in Alaska

    Nov 07, 2016 This coverage displays the non-surveyed boundaries of active (recorded or interim) federal mining claims within the State of Alaska. Each mining claim is represented as an individual region, identified by the casefile serial number which can be linked to background data via the ALIS (Alaska Land Information System). Mining claim boundaries were identified in location notices from

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  • Federal Register :: Administration of Mining Claims and Sites

    Federal Register :: Administration of Mining Claims and Sites

    Jul 27, 2012 The BLM has responsibility for the collection of fees for placer and lode mining claims and mill and tunnel sites on Federal lands. During fiscal year (FY) 2011, claimants recorded 58,775 new claims and sites with the BLM. In addition, the BLM processed maintenance fee payments for 375,958 claims and sites

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  • Federal Mining Claim Sign – High Plains Prospectors

    Federal Mining Claim Sign – High Plains Prospectors

    These aluminum claim signs are the perfect answer to a clear and inexpensive way to clearly mark your claims so that other prospectors can avoid them. They are bright yellow and professionally produced. Federal Mining Claim Sign is 11 inches wide and 7. Sku: 5866. Vendor: Jobe

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  • BLM Reporting Application - Mineral & Land Records System

    BLM Reporting Application - Mineral & Land Records System

    The MLRS mining claims module launched on 01/25/2021. Over the next two years, additional MLRS modules will be released in support of land and mineral use authorizations for oil, gas, and geothermal leasing, rights-of-way, coal and other mineral development, land and mineral title, withdrawals, classifications, and other actions on Federal

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  • The Diggings™: Free Mining Claim Maps And Reports

    The Diggings™: Free Mining Claim Maps And Reports

    Discover Mining Claims With The Diggings™. The Diggings™ lists millions of claims across the United States to help identify where gold, silver, copper, and other materials are being mined or were mined in the past. With our interactive maps, discover mining activity in

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  • The 14 day camping rule on a mining claim, is that true

    The 14 day camping rule on a mining claim, is that true

    Jul 30, 2017 Only those persons working on a continuous mining or exploration. operation will be allowed to live on the claim beyond the 14-day per calendar year camping limit. A. continuous mining or exploration operation is defined as an operation necessitating at least 40

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  • 'WASHINGTON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

    'WASHINGTON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

    The claims on Negro creek, however, are often ref erred to as a part of the Negro Creek Mining District. In this report an area of approximately nine square miles has been selected which includes all the more important mining claims, with the possible exception of two or three on the upper part of Negro creek

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  • Layer: Federal Mining Claim (Active) (ID: 0)

    Layer: Federal Mining Claim (Active) (ID: 0)

    Layer: Federal Mining Claim (Active) (ID: 0) Name: Federal Mining Claim (Active) Display Field: claim_num. Type: Feature Layer. Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon. Description: This data set depicts the non-surveyed boundaries of active (recorded or interim) federal mining claims

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  • MINING CLAIM PROCEDURES - Nevada

    MINING CLAIM PROCEDURES - Nevada

    Federal (30 USC and 43 CFR) and Nevada (NRS 517) laws concerning mining claims on Federal land are based on an 1872 Federal law titled “An Act to Promote the Development of Mineral Resources of the United States.” Mining claim procedures still are based on this law, but the original scope of the law has been reduced by several legislative

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  • Understanding Claim Ownership - News From The Diggings

    Understanding Claim Ownership - News From The Diggings

    Jul 11, 2015 Once the claim has been approved, the claim is now “active.” This means that the owners can start mining the land in accordance with the terms of their claim. There are many reasons why a claim may be “closed.” When a claim is active, the claimant is leasing the land from the federal

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  • Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands (November 2016

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands (November 2016

    Dec 13, 2016 2. Location of mining claims and sites. 3. Recordation of mining claims and sites. 4. Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites. 5. Mineral patents. This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Program’s responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM

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  • Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands - BLM

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands - BLM

    A mining claim is a selected parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits, for which you have asserted a right of possession under the

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  • Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands Brochure 2021

    Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands Brochure 2021

    Mining Law have been met. A mining claim is a selected parcel of federal land, valuable due to a specific mineral deposit or deposits, for which one has asserted a right of possession under the Mining Law. Rights are restricted to the development and extraction of a mineral deposit. The rights granted by a mining claim protect against

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  • Locating a Mining Claim | Bureau of Land Management

    Locating a Mining Claim | Bureau of Land Management

    There are Federally-administered lands in 19 states where you may locate a mining claim or site. These states are Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. In these states, the BLM manages the surface of public land and the Forest Service

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  • Mining Claim Fees | Bureau of Land Management

    Mining Claim Fees | Bureau of Land Management

    Sep 01, 2019 PER CLAIM FEE ; Lode Claims, Mill Sites, and Tunnel Sites: Notice of Location Within 90 calendar days after the date of claim location: Processing Fee – $20 Location Fee – $40 Maintenance Fee – $165 Total Per Claim Fee – $225 Placer Claims: Notice of Location Within 90 calendar days after the date of claim location: Processing Fee - $20

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  • Mining claim activity on Federal land - USGS

    Mining claim activity on Federal land - USGS

    Mining claim activity Mining claim activity on Federal land : Numerical summary of mining claim activity on US Federal lands by section during the years 1976 through 2010. Compiled from data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management

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  • Mining Claim Activity on Federal Land in the United States

    Mining Claim Activity on Federal Land in the United States

    This report includes data for all states for which there are Federal mining claim records, beginning in 1976 and continuing to 2010, except Alaska, which only had data to 2007. The statistics compiled from the databases are counts of the number of active mining claims in a section of land each year from 1976 to 2010 for all states within the United States (exception: to 2007 for Alaska)

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  • Mining Claims, Gold Mining, Prospecting Gold, Mineral

    Mining Claims, Gold Mining, Prospecting Gold, Mineral

    The historical mines list is screened against the active mining claims database and the U.S. land status map (please verify mineral rights ownership with the county). We have ranked the mines based on the type, size, production, and proximity to other features and mines

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  • Nome Ak Mining Claims

    Nome Ak Mining Claims

    Mining Claims Information - This new site maps both State & Federal claims. Great! Mining Claims For Sale in Alaska - Free mining claim listing service. nome ak offshore claim auction beltconveyers.net. Nome, Alaska gold mining claim dredging offshore nugget | Gulin. The claims for auction are located on the North end of Sledge Island

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