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Latest Nevada Mining Industry Feature
Industry Focus: Mining
By Nevada Business Magazine
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2020/08/industry-focus-nevada-mining/
One of the first industries in Nevada, mining, has a rich history in the Silver State. Today, the industry is a far cry from the days of pickaxes and is one of the most high-tech fields in the world. Even so, mining is often misunderstood in Nevada by those not in the industry. Recently, mining executives came together for a virtual roundtable, hosted by Nevada Business Magazine and sponsored by City National Bank, to discuss the issues facing their industry.
Connie Brennan, publisher and CEO of the magazine, served as moderator for the event. The magazine’s monthly roundtables bring together industry leaders to discuss relevant issues and solutions. [Read More]
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Industry Focus: Mining
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Nevada Mining Industry Resources
Nevada Mining Association: The Nevada Mining Association is comprised of operating mining companies; exploration companies; suppliers of industry equipment, goods and services, counselors and consultants; and individuals interested in sustaining the industry.
National Mining Association: The National Mining Association (NMA) is U.S. mining’s advocate in Washington, D.C. and beyond.