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State Police Interrupt a Gold Mining Operation in Oregon!
 
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Our mining claim neighbors called the Cops! People living on the other side of the river where our mining claim is and not liking our mining, called the cops. It appears our neighbors just did not want their liberal utopia disturbed so they call the cops to harass us. The police were very cool as I knew one of them from checking our permits on another river couple months earlier and an Oregon DEQ meeting he showed up at. The rude lady yells to at from other side of river "you need a permit to do that"...we had them of course. She also told cops we were disrespecful and rude to her...which was totally false. She made up her own narrative about what was happening to justify her being annoyed. Liberal tactic # 3, change the narrative or just plain lie! This is the short version of the video, filmed on the Applegate River in Oregon while we were LEGALLY GOLD MINING! In the video, it is a continuous video, shot on my GoPro camera that I was wearing on my head. The video shows me mining and moving around with no editing to show what actually goes on while mining. Then my buddy is helping me move rocks while I'm using a sub-surface dredge...then the cops show up , and I tell him is where the action starts. UPDATE Jan 1st, 2015: In response to some of the comments saying we are uneducated, rednecks and other stuff...the guys in the video are as follows. One is a millionaire CPA, another a self employed business owner, two others are also self employed and owns a body shop and the other an internet marketer and freelance videographer, and lastly one is the son of the CPA guy and currently in college. Oregon Mining Law: Next time this happens, I will ask the State Police to cite the offending people who disrupt our mining operation based on this Oregon Mining Law: "ORS 517.133 Interfering with a mining operation. (1) As used in this section, "lawful mining operation" means any small scale mining operation that is in full compliance with state and federal laws. (2) A person commits the crime of interfering with a mining operation if the person intentionally: (a) Interferes with a lawful mining operation; or (b) Stops, or causes to be stopped, a lawful mining operation. (3) Interfering with a mining operation is a Class C misdemeanor. [1999 c.354 §6]" Here is the GoPro camera I was using: http://amzn.to/19yYus6
Views: 448260 Bearkat4160
Mining in Oregon, Part 1
 
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Everything that is produced ultimately comes from the earth. If it isn't grown, it's mined. This program includes interviews with miners and geologists, discussing the types of minerals found in Oregon, their uses in our daily lives, and the impacts of state regulations and federal land withdrawals on the mining industry. It also includes demonstrations of gold panning and highbanking.
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Mining in Oregon, Part 3
 
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Everything that is produced ultimately comes from the earth. If it isn't grown, it's mined. This program includes interviews with miners and geologists, discussing the types of minerals found in Oregon, their uses in our daily lives, and the impacts of state regulations and federal land withdrawals on the mining industry.
Views: 11583 overregulation
Mining in Oregon, Part 4
 
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Everything that is produced ultimately comes from the earth. If it isn't grown, it's mined. This program includes interviews with miners and geologists, discussing the types of minerals found in Oregon, their uses in our daily lives, and the impacts of state regulations and federal land withdrawals on the mining industry.
Views: 6857 overregulation
Mining in Oregon, Part 2
 
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Everything that is produced ultimately comes from the earth. If it isn't grown, it's mined. This program includes interviews with miners and geologists, discussing the types of minerals found in Oregon, their uses in our daily lives, and the impacts of state regulations and federal land withdrawals on the mining industry.
Views: 7907 overregulation
California’s ban on suction-dredge mining puts gold prospectors out of work
 
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PLF's cert. petition in People v. Rinehart challenges California’s ban on suction dredge mining. Brandon Rinehart a prominent gold prospector in California shares his views on the suction dredge ban and PLF Attorney Damien Schiff reflects on its unconstitutionality. About Pacific Legal Foundation Pacific Legal Foundation is the oldest and most successful public interest legal organization that fights for limited government, property rights, individual rights and a balanced approach to environmental protection. PLF represents all clients free of charge. Website: http://www.pacificlegal.org/ Blog: http://blog.pacificlegal.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PacificLegalFoundation/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PacificLegal ------ California is illegally frustrating federal law by prohibiting suction-dredge mining — which effectively bans prospectors from working their streambed claims on federal land in the Golden State. So argues an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States just filed by Pacific Legal Foundation. Donor-supported PLF is the leading legal watchdog organization that litigates nationwide for limited government, property rights, and balanced environmental regulations. PLF filed the petition for certiorari on behalf of Brandon Rinehart, a part-time prospector from Antioch, California, who was criminally prosecuted by the state for using a suction dredge to work his claim in Plumas National Forest. PLF represents Rinehart without charge, as with all its clients. “California’s ban on suction-dredge mining frustrates federal policy and is preempted by federal law," said PLF attorney Jonathan Wood. "For nearly a century and a half, federal law has encouraged enterprising Americans to discover and mine for gold on federal land. Prospectors have a right to stake out mining claims on federal land, and they have a right to work their claims. And states have the authority to impose reasonable regulations on mining. But California lawmakers have acted like claim-jumpers, banning mining regardless of whether the particular mining has any impacts or can be mitigated, rather than regulating it. As our challenge argues, the state is acting unlawfully.”
What is GOLD PLACER CLAIM? What does GOLD PLACER CLAIM mean? GOLD PLACER CLAIM meaning
 
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What is GOLD PLACER CLAIM? What does GOLD PLACER CLAIM mean? GOLD PLACER CLAIM meaning - GOLD PLACER CLAIM definition - GOLD PLACER CLAIM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In the United States, a placer claim grants to the discoverer of valuable minerals contained in loose material such as sand or gravel the right to mine on public land. Other countries such as Canada, Mexico, and Australia grant similar rights. In the United States, the valuable mineral in a placer claim is almost always gold, although other nations mine placer deposits of platinum, tin, and diamonds. Another type of mining claim is a lode claim. A mining claim allows some security of tenure for the owner, providing an incentive to invest time and money developing the deposit. Mining claim laws vary from state to state, but claims staked over federal minerals follow federal mining law. Federal minerals are managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Mining claims staked under either State or federal laws (state claims may only be staked on state-owned and managed lands; federal claims may only be staked on minerals owned by the federal government) are limited to lands available for claim staking at the time the claims are staked. Thus, if the land is not available for mineral entry (example: withdrawn due to its status as a park or refuge), then the claim is said to be invalid ab initio. An additional requirement is "Discovery", which follows the "Prudent Man Rule." This means that a sufficient indication of valuable mineral(s) would encourage a "Prudent Man" to further invest time and money developing the deposit towards the goal of mining it. The holder of a mining claim does not own the surface, the water, or even the rocks and gravel. A mining claim grants the holder with the preferential right to extract the valuable minerals within the claim, and for uses incident to that goal, such as prospecting, exploration and development. Gold mining is one of the most common uses for the staking of mining claims. In Alaska, state mining claims may be up to 160 acres (0.65 km2), and there is no distinction between lode or placer claims. The boundaries of the claim must follow the 4 cardinal directions, with an exception being adjustments for existing valid claims. "Claim jumping", which happens to this day, is a case where one person overstakes the claims of another. This results in civil action, and sometimes violence. Claims staked on Federal-managed lands fall under Federal rules. Typically, the claim size is limited to 660'x 1320', or 20 acres (81,000 m2). The claim must be either placer or lode, and the discovery point must be clearly marked. The claim staking procedure includes setting a monument (a post of at least 3" in diameter and at least 3' visible above the ground, or a rock monument at least 3' in height) at the NE corner of the claim. This is known as the Number 1 corner, and it is here that the claimant places the location notice. Three additional monuments, one at each corner of the mining claim, must be set, numbered in a clockwise direction. Copies of the claim documents must be filed in the local offices of the land managers, and filing fees paid. This must be completed within 45 days of the staking. In addition, fees for annual rental, filing, and work (or payments in lieu of labor) to fulfill requirements of "annual labor" must be completed by the deadlines set by the regulations in order to hold the claim. Failure to meet any of these requirements will result in a declaration of abandonment, and the claim cannot be restaked by the original locator or a successor in interest for one year from the date of abandonment. During this time, the claim may be relocated by others.
Views: 676 The Audiopedia
hOBbEEEEE GOLD PROSPECTING NOV 2016
 
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The Gold Angle guys working at Staying Legal while hobby gold prospecting in the beautiful state of Oregon. Remember stay out of the water if fish eggs are present. Enjoy their blog THE GOLD ANGLE at www.thegoldangle.blogspot.com COMMENT PLEASE
Views: 90 Gold Prospecting
Oregon SB 3 with Tom Kitchar
 
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Tom Kitchar, President of Waldo Mining District talks about Oregon SB 3 and the mining moratorium, and current legal news. Donations to waldo mining district can be made to paypal.me/waldominingdistrict
Emily Camp Helicopter Gold Mining Expedition
 
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2013 Helicopter gold mining expedition to Southern Oregon's remote Emily Camp in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Mining includes gold dredging for nuggets and hardrock mine adit exploration. No blasting in this video, but too good of an adventure not to share!
Oregon Gold Miners Sue Over New Salmon Rules
 
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While environmental groups say the rules are key to protecting threatened fish, a consortium of gold miners has sued Oregon to overturn those new rules barring motorized devices in waterways used by migrating salmon. In documents filed on Monday with the U.S. District Court in Medford, the miners argue that Oregon's ban on using such machines during in-stream mining of precious metals violates federal laws that have guaranteed mining access on U.S. lands since the 1870s. Tom Kitchar, president of Waldo Mining District, an organization that is helping to fund the lawsuit but is not a plaintiff said, "Can the state regulate mining? Yes, on state land and state-controlled waters, but not on federal land." http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/mfK2VpKwNIM/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
Views: 203 Wochit News
Billionaire Naguib Sawiris on why he invested in gold mining companies
 
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Orascom TMT Investments Chairman Naguib Sawiris discusses why he invested in gold mining companies and what concerns him about the stock market.
Views: 22194 Fox Business
Where Can I Find Gold In Washington State?
 
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Wondering Where Can I Find Gold In Washington State? Watch this video to see where gold has been found before using the USGS gold maps I provide. Check out both the following links to learn more https://SourdoughMiner.com/GDU/ for details about the gold diggers underground and https://Sourdoughminer.com/GGM/ to see how I make these custom USGS gold maps to find gold right at home.
Views: 2581 Prospector Jess
Empire Gold Mining Show Season 2 Episode 16
 
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Just messing around with Mathew Dickey
Views: 1268 Empire Gold Mining
Oregon Firearms Laws # 2 "PRIMER" the basics
 
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"Primer". This video gives the "down and dirty" information for lawful carry in the state of Oregon and covers those regulations that law abiding citizens need to be aware of. Later video will expand on this information with more detail but this video discusses the pertinent sections of law and provides the link to the text of the laws.
Views: 3087 OpenCarryUSMC
Oregon Miners and Oathkeepers square off
 
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Oregon Beach Gold, Using Gold Cube
 
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Just a quick video of some beach gold prospecting using a gold cube. Thought I would share it here. There is PLENTY of gold on specific beaches in Oregon for everyone to go have a little fun. Be respectful. Clean up your junk. Know the rules and laws. Enjoy. Song clip at beginning of video is Greg Graffin "Cold As The Clay". Please Stay tuned to this channel as MANY new videos will be posted this summer. Questions, feel free to ask.
Views: 72548 OregonProspecting
Tom Kitchar - Gold mining litigation
 
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Tom Kitchar, president of the Waldo Mining District in Josephine County, talks about the history of mining in Oregon, mining laws, and a lawsuit the miners won against the anti-mining activists.
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OREGON beach mining Trip#1
 
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First trip to this location on the Oregon coast prospecting for gold with just a pan, scoop, and bucket. Found some very fine gold after processing the concentrates at home with the Blue Bowl. Pic of the gold at end of video.
Views: 10324 OpenCarryUSMC
GOLD RUSH NEWS - New Mining Safety Regulations Enforced
 
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GOLD RUSH NEWS - New Mining Safety Regulations Enforced. Wanna help THIS CHANNEL? Making ANY Amazon.com purchases using this amazon link helps support this channel ~ https://amzn.to/2Lnz4KZ Follow us on Facebook~https://www.facebook.com/GOLD-RUSH-News-1064352436993929/ Become a Patron~ https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1510514&rid=2336846 More ways to Support us ~ Shop Gold Rush Products here- https://www.zazzle.com/gold_rush_apparel/products?st=date_created Check out My other channel, American Chopper News ~https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRxGT7vbTO4fPsIfpn0Qn8w?view_as=subscriber All other business inquiries email us ~ [email protected]
Views: 6460 GOLD RUSH NEWS
SOLD | 19.72 Acre Homesite w/ Nearby Creek in Klamath County Oregon
 
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SKU#: KM-OR-003/004 Size (Acres): 19.72 General Location: 2 hr 6 min to Bly,OR County: Klamath State: Oregon County Website Link: https://www.klamathcounty.org/381/GIS-Online-Maps Best Attribute: Trees, mountains, privacy, road access Activities: Fishing, hiking, horse riding, camping, nature viewing, water activities APN or Other ID: R-3313-02500-02300-000 Legal Description: That portion of Lot 6, Block 14, situated North and West of a point that is N415 ft. from the Southeast corner of said Lot 6 and South and West of a point that is 1035 ft. East of the Northwest corner of Lot 6C, Block 14 of Klamath Falls Forest Estates Sycan Unit as recorded in Klamath County, Oregon. GPS: 42.68857, -121.13149 Property Type: Rural Vacant Zoning: R5 (Rural Residential) Terrain: Level to sloping Power: Alternative Phone: Mobile/Satellite/Alternative Water: Would be by well or alternative system Sewer: Septic or alternative system Roads: County dirt/gravel road Title Info: Free & Clear Title Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $140 HOA Fees: None Conveyance: Special Warranty Deed
Views: 808 Open Road Land
11 Strangest Abandoned Places in Oregon
 
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Views: 34108 Mystery of stuff
Best Beach Mining Gold Setup
 
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The ultimate setup for catching fine beach gold. Move black sand more efficient with this setup. 8.25 square feet of sluice for black sand. Next year we will be adding 1 more square feet to the sluice to get near the max of 10 square feet of sluice. Follow us on Instagram @ Washington Beach Mining To purchase the V-Mat kit or the Bucket Flare Mat or the Sawtooth mat for the gold cube visit https://washingtonbeachmining.com/gold-cube-mats To purchase the actual sluice box in this video visit https://goldcube.net/?wpam_id=4251 Follow us on Instagram @ Washington Beach Mining
Northern California Gold Mining (finding gold on public land)
 
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Thanks to www.GOLDSUPPLIES.com for the discount on my new equipment!!! Secret location in Northern location finding gold on public land
Views: 82478 Rugged Bullet Jewelry
2018 Beach Mining Competition!
 
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Wasn't exactly a competition because of the no show's (People scared to lose =). ) But we still had a Great time with good people. Thank you so much to those who made it out. Alaskan American is on his way to Maine so when he has time he will be uploading his own video. Be sure to like and subscribe to him as well. Scott and Lee from resources Coalition were the only ones to compete. Thanks for showing your support! Hope to see everyone next year Great Links Below: Prospecting Gear And Equipment http://www.westcoastminingsupply.com/ Best Club in Washington! https://pugetsoundminingassociation.com/ Our Legal Group Fighting For Our Rights, Resources Coalition http://www.resourcescoalition.org/
Views: 1145 Gold Father
BLM Minerals Program in Oregon and Washington
 
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The Oregon/Washington BLM is responsible for a wide variety of activities within the minerals program. They administer or adjudicate issues on Federal mining claims, validate title evidence, review mineral validity reports, and provide guidance for surface use management and use and occupancy under the mining laws. They retain records of mineral surveys and patents, service Federal minerals contest actions, process lease applications for minerals and mineral materials, review and adjudicate permits to prospect for solid minerals. They retain bonding documentation, conduct oil and gas, geothermal, and coal lease sales. In addition to these functions, they also prepare and service mineral resource decisions, notices and other legal documents. http://www.blm.gov/or/programs/minerals/
Views: 1500 BLMOREGON
Gold Dredging Maine
 
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Appalachian Prospectors Hillbilly John and Prospector Jack are dredging for gold in the Western Mountains of Maine. It is May of 2011 which was prior to when Maine passed legislation for a Dredging season from June to September. This is actually the first video we made and this was the maiden voyage for the 4 inch dredge Keene Dredge.
After 17 Years, Centre Plans to Resume Gold Mining at Kolar Fields
 
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Views: 85221 Tv9 Kannada
16-35262 Joshua Bohmker v. State of Oregon
 
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An appeal from the district court's summary judgment in an action challenging Oregon Senate Bill 838, which prohibits certain instream motorized mining.
State Senate Passes Mining Bill
 
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The state Senate has approved a Republican bill that would dramatically overhaul Wisconsin's mining regulations.
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Little North Fork Santiam River gold prospecting
 
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Prospecting for gold on the Little North Fork Santiam River in Marion county, Oregon with a sluice box. I dug to bedrock in a gravel bar with minimal results, then found some decent gold digging behind a bounder and in moss. Didn't find much for the day, but I'm still learning. There is a huge amount of public access in this area, both above and below this claim. Remember to follow the regulations and clean up after yourself and fill your holes in. Stay tuned for my next video, and I appreciate comments, ratings, and of course subscriptions! Thanks for watching.
Views: 19264 Sam Seth
Episode 928 | Senators Discuss New Mining Regulations
 
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U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall sat down with us last fall to talk about the Gold King Mine Spill. This week, we hear their proposals for addressing mining safety in New Mexico and other Western states.
Geoff Garcia - Double standards
 
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Geoff Garcia, a miner in Josephine County, Oregon, talks about the historic Greenback mine that still has gold deposits, but they can't be extracted because of regulations. He also discusses the DEQ Cleanup for the Almeda mine, even though the same toxic substances are being leached into the river from the other side, where there was no mine. And he discusses the irony of being permitted to pan for gold on Rocky Bar, as long as you only use your hands and don't move any rocks.
Views: 498 overregulation
See Why We Fly Drones in Oregon at AUVSI 2016
 
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For the best prices on the latest drones, visit B&H online at: https://bhpho.to/2tNu7m6 Visit SOAR Oregon's Website: http://www.soaroregon.com/ In this episode, the Roswell Flight Test Crew speaks with Chuck Allen, the Executive Director of SOAR Oregon about the non-profit's mission to bring companies working in the business of unmanned aircraft systems to the state and support its three FAA-approved test ranges. The state offers diverse geographic environments, from the Pacific Ocean and forested coastal mountain range at Tillamook, a Class-D airport surrounded by farmland growing 215 different crops for precision agriculture testing in Pendleton, to the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, which can provide controlled wildland firefighting, high desert terrain and closed-range testing. SOAR also provides grants for companies working in the drone industry in Oregon, or interested in establishing operations in the state. Stay Up To Date.... Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoswellFTC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoswellFlightTestCrew http://roswellflighttestcrew.typepad.com/
Senate Bill 3: "Extreme and unjust..."
 
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By eliminating the use of motorized small-scale mining from all but the farthest reaches of our mountain streams, this bill effectively destroys what remains of another of Southern Oregon’s foundational industries. Josephine County was settled in 1851 by small-scale placer gold miners, eight years before statehood. The region is home to many gold-bearing creeks and streams. Around 1,500 mining claims are on file in our county clerk’s office, representing miners from all over Oregon and the United States. We’re not talking about an “interest” or “hobby,” we’re talking about a traditional livelihood of deep cultural significance to the history of Oregon and the U.S. It has been estimated that the current moratorium has cost our rural communities upwards of $100 million per year in lost income for miners and supporting businesses. As recently as 2009, one mom-and-pop mining-related business in Grants Pass reported grossing nearly $1 million in local sales. In the years since Senate Bill 838’s moratorium went into effect, Armadillo Mining Company’s sales have been substantially reduced. That business entity will go under upon passage of this bill, taking jobs with it. It’s unjust. And yet, the impact of these activities on the landscape is, in fact, minimal and transitory. Active mining claims occupy a vanishing small percentage of stream miles in Essential Salmonid Habitat. When cited to make the case for this legislation, “The Science” does not raise red flags. There are no howls of distress or harrowing alarms. Rather, study after study notes that in-stream suction dredge activity at this scale has no significant over-all effect on salmonid populations. In fact, considering the effects of dredging, sluicing, and panning on streambed porosity, Dr. Robert Crittenden concludes that small-scale dredge mining enhances spawning habitat. And NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service found that high-banking and suction dredge operations were unlikely to adversely affect Coho salmon habitat or jeopardize the existence of Coho and other anadromous fishes. Simply put, while acknowledging that an individual suction-dredge miner might mismanage their activity and cause some degradation, no definitive evidence of harm has been offered to substantiate this comprehensive ban. Every study concludes that caution is warranted. Caution. Is. Warranted. Reasonable regulation is welcome. Prohibition and exclusion is extreme, unnecessary and unjust. Senate Bill 3A does a grave disservice to our small-scale miners by ignoring the fact that they do operate under significant regulation. They share and observe best practices and their stewardship often involves cleaning up illicit campsites and even removing lead sinkers and trash left by other public lands “enthusiasts”. Senate Bill 3A does a grave disservice to our small-scale miners by prohibiting the use of an important piece of equipment with which miners are able to reach mineral deposits beyond the reach of hand tools. Without motorized equipment, work to maintain many claims will cease; the right to those claims lost. Senate Bill 3A does a grave disservice to our work to protect and preserve species. Exaggerated claims of potentially damaging effects on habitat, irrespective of the available science, discredits conservation efforts, and fosters resentment and distrust between interested parties. It is incredible to me that we are contemplating a bill that would require additional resources for regulating agencies while simultaneously gutting the livelihood of productive, hard-working Oregonians. I cannot stand idly by as this body once again pursues a course guaranteed to cripple small-scale, rural economic activity.
Views: 70 Carl Wilson
Archives – KGW documentary on Oregon’s environmental challenges, 1962
 
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KGW, in Portland, Oregon, aired this landmark documentary on November 21, 1962. Produced by station manager Tom Dargan and then-KGW political analyst and commentator Tom McCall, the documentary is considered an early leader in narrative environmental journalism. It focused on McCall’s investigative skills and reputation as a straight-shooting truth-teller. McCall pressed the powerful idea that there should be no tension between jobs and livability — Oregonians could enjoy both a robust economy and a healthy environment. Delivered in his distinctive, familiar voice, McCall pointed his sharpest criticism at the pulp and paper industry. The film includes footage of a Willamette Falls mill dumping thousands of gallons of waste into the river and documented other sources of open pollution of the Willamette River and other waterways in Oregon. The documentary also criticized the Oregon State Sanitary Authority for its failure to enforce existing regulations. McCall went on to statewide office, serving as Secretary of State and then from 1967 to 1975 as Governor. Many of the ideas he championed as a journalist became law in Oregon under his political leadership.
Views: 769 KGW News
The Russ Belville Show #525 Data Mining - Geo-Data on Oregon Marijuana Legalization
 
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Some maps showing the electoral support for legalization, how big a one-mile exclusionary zone would be, and the locations of every school and dispensary in Portland.
Views: 56 Russ Belville
Oregon police dept lays-off drug dog following legalization of marijuana
 
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An Oregon police department will be retiring their drug sniffing dog, a three-year-old Belgian Malinois named Dora, because she was trained to sniff marijuana, which is now legal in the state. Dora’s still has a bright future, as she’s being moved to a new drug role in the Oregon prison system. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
Views: 5561 RT America
Where Can You Go Metal Detecting? Basic Rules and Etiquette
 
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Views: 5224 KleshGuitars
Farming in Oregon, Part 2
 
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A plethora of conflicting environmental and land use laws, at the federal, state, and local levels, are driving farmers out of business. This program includes interviews with farmers and ranchers about the effects of overregulation on their lives and livelihoods.
Views: 1892 overregulation
Turkey Draw Gold Mining Claim for sale on Turkey Creek Prescott AZ
 
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www.minedata.us Product Details: This Unpatented Mining claim is set in the beautiful area of Prescott AZ near Pine Flat. You are surrounded by pine trees, mountians and streams. The Access to this claim is very easy! it is only about 1000 feet off the Senator HWY heading south out of Prescott. There is also a dirt road that can be used as direct access to all parts of the claim. A Truck or vehicle with plenty of clearance is recommended and obviously there is a walking path where you can park directly off of Senator HWY and simply walk into the claim carrying your mining equipment or using a small cart. There are several close amenities such as hotels gas stations and shopping centers within just 15 miles from the claim. Production History: This is a silver-gold-lead-copper mining area located about 20 miles SE of Prescott in the vicinity of upper Turkey Creek, South of Big Bug Mesa. Essentially from the town of Goodwin to a point near Turkey Creek station on the railroad line to Crown King. The rocks of the district are mainly Yavapai Schist of sedimentary origin, intruded on the East and West by Bradshaw Granite, and on the South by the monzonite-porphyry stock of Battle Flat. There are also historical gold finds in the washes, tributaries, benches and tailings. There are several gold mines in this area that produced large quantities of gold along with several surface/placer deposits that can still be worked all over the property including an ancient riverbed that is currently covered with a large metal lid and a fence around it. What we found while testing: Water flows about 6-8 months out of the year depending on how much snow the Bradshaw mountains receive during the winter. We tested the hill sides and the center of the wash, we ran 3 buckets of material and found a minimum of 1 color per pan up to 18 colors per pan! Larger nuggets and pickers are found all the time on Turkey Creek. Also additional information concerning finds in this area can be found in nugget hunting and prospecting forums. Information concerning your purchase: You are purchasing (1) one placer mining claim, owned and located by MineData LLC. This purchase is for all interest in the claim. The claim have been examined and documented by professional mineral field surveyors. They have verified the information and potential mineral content of the site. The claim is as represented and documented above. Each Placer claim measures 1320ft by 660ft or 20.00 acres, unless otherwise noted. The claim has been verified and recorded with the Arizona BLM and Yavapai county recorders office. For more information on this, please contact the Arizona BLM on their website. This mining claim gives the owner full control of the minerals and ownership of all minerals and gems on the claim for as long as the purchaser maintains ownership. Ownership is retained by annual maintenance assessments of $155 per claim or by the Small miner paperwork when you have 10 or fewer claims in a year, plus a small recording fee to the BLM and the County Recorders office. These fees are per claim, per year. This claim has been paid in full until September 1st of 2018. Binding and Legal notes: The claim has been staked according to state law to include all of the mines and land as pictured. MineData LLC. has placed all stakes on all corners as required by law. The claim(s) has been described professionally and according to the BLM. They have been measured, staked and validated by professional Mineral and Mining Claim Surveyors. Ownership of this placer claim gives the registered owner full control and ownership of all locatable minerals that may be located on the claim. The sale of this claim(s) does not constitute any speculative investment or security. MineData LLC. is not selling any stocks, shares, securities or any sort of speculative investment. The sale of this claim and the information contained therein does not imply or guarantee values, assay reports, or future earnings. MineData LLC. makes no guarantees, neither written nor implied of any past, present or future value or mineral content. The sale of this claim does not account for any land or access issues that may arise. MineData LLC. recommends that all buyers make all efforts to inform themselves on the interests and legalities of mining claims prior to any purchase of mining claims. MineData LLC. is available via phone or email during normal business hours. Our offices are open from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. The MineData LLC. team is knowledgeable and competent to answer any questions you may have. Please don't hesitate to contact us. (928) 499-7228
Views: 723 Mine Data
Gold Dredging In Oregon - NUGGET FOUND! NEW HD CAMERA!
 
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Dredging on my gold mining claim in Marion County, Oregon. Went with my buddy on the first trip and found a nugget - a rare find for this stream! The next trip I went with my friend and claim partner, as well as the same buddy I went with the previous trip. We had some fun and found decent gold. Not as much as Quartzville, but it was a great time. I purchased the new camera just before the first trip, and I tested the under water video quality. As you can see, it is pretty out of focus. I bought a new diving lens, and I will use it on my next trip and get sharp full HD video! This Summer has been very busy with gold mining, and I found some great stuff down in Southern Oregon. Look for more videos soon.
Views: 43449 Sam Seth
Drones for the Mining and Rail Industries | Aerial Insights
 
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Episode 009: Mining companies are looking to commercial drones to acquire information that can help them decrease operating costs and meet compliance requirements. Rail operators are utilizing commercial drones to help ensure safe and reliable operations by surveying right of ways to identify overgrown brush and trees and other potential hazards. In this episode of Aerial Insights, Emmanuel De Maistre, Co-founder & CEO of Redbird, a leader in processing aerial data via commercial drones in France, joins Airware’s Jesse Kallman to discuss current enterprise needs and the regulatory environment. Full series here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB46bvV5zpJpIaTjkELZh314c-mcuYnYm Listen to the audio podcast version available on ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/aerial-insights-series-on/id943512882 Commercial drones will give new insights to virtually every industry. This series will introduce you to the ecosystem of companies and leaders at the forefront of commercial drones - a technology that will give us the insight to make better decisions, improve the way we work and better our world. http://www.airware.com/
Views: 3601 Airware
Gold Mining, Nabzour Resources Ltd. Ghana
 
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Cape Disappointment State Park, Benson Beach Gold Prospecting 10/22/17
 
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Gold Father here from West Coast Mining Supply. I made a short video on how we prospect for gold at benson beach, washington State. If you are in need of any prospecting equipment please consider purchasing it from our store. Here's a couple links. http://www.westcoastminingsupply.com/ http://www.westcoastminingsupply.com/gold-cube/gold-cube-4-stack Thanks for watching
Views: 4133 Gold Father
Oregon Firearms Laws, # 4, 166.1## - The "100's" subsections
 
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Fourth in the series of my videos on Oregon Firearms Laws. This one covers state preemption and a few other sections in the 100 subsections of Chapter 166 of the ORS.
Views: 810 OpenCarryUSMC
U S Mining Law Contested
 
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I do not own the content of this video all credit goes to National Geographic.
Views: 73 HistoryFanClub
S2E14 Washington State Gold Mining - Small Creek Prospecting wth Pete
 
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Another successful trip to Waddell Creek for some local flood gold. Went back to an area that I got skunked in, but found a more promising place to work. I made this October trip just before the rains hit!
Views: 56960 Dennis Petersen
More states join Marijuana Legalization/Regulation
 
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Oregon Marijuana news.
Views: 57 JDM Guy