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  1. You can join me in the search for Buried Treasure right here on the ICMJ Prospecting and Mining Journal Forum! There are clues. - Geowizard
  2. Pitch 5 Productions, a TV production company that specializes in non-fiction and reaility-style series for cable, is interested in talking to divers who go into whirlpools, narrow canyons and other turbulent, fast-moving water in rivers to pursue gold. The divers will be interviewed via Skype. Location and timeline of the series are to be determined, but may involve rivers in Alaska, the Yukon and Idaho. If you are interested or have questions, please email donovanjacobs442@yahoo.com.
  3. Little Creek is situated between Ophir Creek and Ganes Creek. - Geowizard
  4. Dan Sullivan, Alaska has been elected as US Senator. Geowizard
  5. Moore Creek has a long history of placer gold production. - Geowizard
  6. The survey was just released. This survey was conducted last year. - Geowizard
  7. What do we know now that the old miners did not know? For those interested in discussion on the topic, this might be a good place to begin! - Geowizard
  8. This thread is for all of the different rock types in Alaska. Show us your rocks! This summer I will be sampling geophysical anomalies in Alaska. I will publish in situ and first ever published photos of the mineralization here. - Geowizard
  9. Hi, A broad corridor on both sides of the river extending to one mile on each side is essentially closed to mining including commercial dredging. - Geowizard