This three day event will start off with fields trips to BOKAN MT, CALDER MINE, and the SUNDANCE/DAWSON MINE, (Field trips will be an extra $50.00 to attend) If you choose NOT to attend a field trip there will be A Mining 101 course that will be taught at the Tribal Hall from 9:30am to 3:30 pm! With registration, refreshments, and booths from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
You must contact LaNeice Congdon if you would like to attend a field trip. email@example.com or 907-617-8127
Field Trip attendees will be required to sign an accident release waiver. All field trips will include hiking and walking for at least 2 hours. (Bokan will require a 3 hour hike up a mountain.)
We will be flying by float Plane to Bokan so this trip is subject to cancellation due to weather at anytime. (Pray for good weather)
8:00am- Start your day off enjoying a little musical entertainment, coffee, and continental breakfast while waiting for the presentations to start at 9:00am, ending at 4:00pm.
The Symposium will consist of presentations by mining representatives, governing agencies, Environmental professionals, interested groups, and school groups.
These sessions include current mining projects, mining issues and environmental concerns that may effect all mining areas.
We include a sit down lunch for the 24th and 25th – price included in the $100 registration fee– along with continental breakfast, coffee, water, juice, light snacks and prizes.
Field Trips – Sack lunches will be provided, If you have any special dietary needs please plan on bringing your own lunch.
The Mining Symposium provides a unique forum for information exchange and issue discussion among stakeholders, landowners, and the indigenous people of Southeast Alaska. Guided tours will provide an opportunity to see some mining projects in action.
We thank all those who have supported this Symposium for the past 9 years and hope to see you all every year in the future!
Free class April 23rd