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Mining and mining support services are key economic drivers in Alaska. We offer coverage of the state’s major producing mines including Greens Creek, Red Dog, Fort Knox, Kensington, Pogo, and Usibelli Coal Mine, as well as the companies that operate them, and the commodities they produce (zinc, lead, gold, silver, and coal, to name just a few). Mine development and production, closure and reclamation, employment, and workforce development are all key areas of coverage at Alaska Business.

Latest Mining News

Donlin Gold Initial 2021 Results Continue to Deliver

Donlin Gold Initial 2021 Results Continue to Deliver

The Donlin Gold project, owned jointly by NOVAGOLD and Barrick Gold, reported initial assay results from the 2021 drill program. Program results continue to advance the project in preparation for the feasibility study update, support mineral resources and report significant new high-grade intercepts.

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Ucore Joins National Mining Association

Ucore Joins National Mining Association

Ucore Rare Metals recently joined the National Mining Association (NMA) as the company prepares to construct the Alaska Strategic Metals Complex (SMC) rare earth element (REE) processing facility by the end of 2023 and seeks to accelerate the long-term development of the Bokan-Dotson Ridge Rare Earth Element Project.

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Spotlight Business Profiles

Calista Corporation
Fountainhead Hotels
JEFFCO Grounds Maintenance
Personnel Plus
Avis Alaska
Altman, Rogers & Co.
Lynden Inc.
American Marketing Association Alaska Chapter
Thomas Head & Greisen, PC
National Cooperative Bank
Doyon, Limited
TorcSill Foundations
ARM Creative
Leonardo DRS

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In This Issue

50 Years of ANSCA

September 2021

Fifty years ago, as the Watergate scandal swirled around then-President Richard Nixon, he signed into law the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). It was the largest land claims settlement in the nation’s history and a stark departure from agreements forced on Tribes in the Lower 48.