Click below for the 2014 San Juan Mining COnfErence
April 24-25, 2014 Creede, CO
Bruce Stover, Director
Office of Active and Inactive Mines, Division of Reclamation, Mining, and Safety
Revitalizing CO Mining Districts: Innovation Beyond Traditional Reclamation
Guinevere Nelson, Watershed Coordinator
Willow Creek Reclamation Committee
The Willow Creek Reclamation Committee
Ann Johnston, Executive Director
Crested Butte Land Trust
Peanut Mine Reclamation Project
Trevor Klein, OSM/VISTA
Kerber Creek Restoration Project
Kerber Creek Restoration Project: A Lesson in Collaborative Restoration
Rory Cowie, PhD Candidate in Geography
University of Colorado, Boulder
Hydrologic Characterization of the Nelson Tunnel Mine Drainage, Creede, CO
Lynn Padgett, County Commissioner
Recent Developments in Good Samaritan Legislation
AFTERNOON (1:30-6:30) A Golden Future: Safe, Successful Mines
Bob Oswald, Environmental Protection Specialist
Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety
Balancing Mineral Extraction and Environmental Protection in Colorado
Mike Thompson, Geologist
Caldera Mineral Resources
Revitalizing the Camp Bird Mine
Rio Grande Silver
Rio Grande Silver, Inc.: The San Juan Silver Project
Kye Abraham, Chairman and President
LKA Gold Incorporated
Golden Wonder Mine: The Richest Gold Producer in North America
Steve Fearn, Co-Coordinator
Animas River Stakeholders Group
The Animas River Stakeholders Group: A Collaborative Partnership
Bob Larson, Consultant CPG-GLS
Monadnock Mineral Services
Critical and Strategic Minerals in Southwest Colorado
Lake Fork Valley Conservancy
LFVC sustains and enhances the rural and environmental character of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River valley through education, restoration, and stewardship.
Hinsdale County serves a population of 843 (2010 census) spread out over 1,123 square miles. Therefore, Hinsdale is the third most remote of the 64 counties of the State of Colorado of the United States. The Town of Lake City is the county seat, and the location of the historic County Courthouse. The courthouse was built in 1877, shortly after the county's establishment in 1874.
Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership
The UWP is a grassroots coalition of citizens, nonprofits, local and regional governments, and federal and state agencies dedicated to understanding the Uncompahgre Watershed.
Mountain Studies Institute
MSI conducts and facilitates research, provides educational opportunities and internships, and conducts environmental monitoring. We connect scientists and stakeholders across the San Juan Mountain region to go beyond scientific inquiry to the meaningful application of knowledge that makes a difference for the quality of the environment.
Moseley Arts Center
300 N Silver St.
Lake City, CO 81235
Raven's Rest Hostel
$25/night for a bunk.
Starts at $43/night. Bunks and private rooms available.
$79/night for a room for one. $89/night for a room for two.
Alpine Moose Lodge
$80/night for a room for two.
Silver Spur Motel