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Welcome to the Montana Mining Association!

Montana’s mining industry is critical for the state, the region, and the nation. The Treasure State was well named as it contains world class deposits of copper (wiring), molybdenum (steel), platinum group metals (catalytic converters), talc (plastics, paint, paper, and catalytic converters), bentonite (pet litter), limestone (cement, water and air purification), and coal (fuel, electricity generation). Smaller deposits of gold (circuitry, heat control on glass), lead (batteries), zinc (rust control on metal), silver (water purification and photography), garnets (abrasives and computer controlled cutting of metal), sand and gravel (roads and construction), and decorative stone (building construction) abound throughout large regions Without our mining industry, these resources would have to be produced elsewhere and many would require us to be dependent on foreign sources such as we are for oil and gas. The actual disturbance from currently permitted mining operations is less that .04% of Montana’s surface and substantially less area than that of highways, parking lots, or civil structures.


Register NOW for the 2015 MMA Annual Meeting!

The Annual Meeting promises two days of fruitful networking, informative and relevant programming, education, and perhaps even a little inspiration.

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Important Room Block Information:
The MMA Room Block at Fairmont Hot Springs has been extended until May 5.  Please call and get your room reserved before that date.  After May 5, the room block will be released. Reserve your room at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort – Call 1-800-332-3272 or visit www.fairmontmontana.com.  Please let them know you are attending the MMA Annual Meeting when making your reservation.


Contact Information Update:

We are working to assure that all of the communication links between members and our association are accurate and well defined. We ask for and welcome your assistance in identifying and correcting any mistakes in our records. Please update your contact information by filling out the Contact Information Form found here.

Please see the Contact Us Page for our updated contact information.

Mike Rowe on Remembering the Miners