An annual poll sponsored by the Montana Chamber of Commerce has found, once again that Montanans, by a wide margin, want to see the state’s timber, oil, mining and coal industries “encouraged and promoted.”
Upset that a mining company gave money to a pro-business group, the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters aims to spend $1 million against Walker. Here’s what we know and don’t know about the big money effort.
A professor whose report on the geology of the Gogebic Range was relied on by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources had her previous work on mining issues debunked by a geologist working for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
Earlier this week, a DNR report on iron mining leaked out to the public. Here’s how that report undermined its own credibility.
Media Trackers takes an exclusive look at a brand new DNR report that contains inaccuracies, bias, and doomsday predictions about iron mining in Wisconsin.
Jason Huberty, who has been arrested at least two dozen times, has resigned from his job with the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.
A proposed zoning ordinance in Ashland County, Wisconsin would inexplicably require mining companies to submit an application for a mine to the Bad River Band of Chippewa, a Native American tribe that has zero jurisdiction over mining and is publicly opposed to any mines.
A legislative counsel memo produced at the request of Democrat state Sen. Bob Jauch hinted at a tactic that Iron County Wisconsin officials appear to be using in a draft version of an ordinance designed to regulate iron ore mining.