Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Forbes: Opposition to U.S. Mineral Mining Could Derail the Green New Deal

On April 26, 2021, Forbes published an article by David Blackmon outlining America’s growing reliance on foreign countries for its mineral resources and how this could impact our country’s transition to green energy technology. We encourage you to read the article on Forbes.com. Blackmon’s article mentions many minerals, including antimony. If permitted, the Stibnite Gold […]

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A Quick History of Idaho’s State Seal

Published on April 21, 2021   When we renamed our company to Perpetua Resources, we were making a public commitment to protect our state’s bountiful resources, so that they may provide for generations to come. Our name is rooted in our state’s history. So, to help you fully understand the significance of Perpetua Resources, we […]

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NEPA Works: How Public Feedback and Science are Improving the Project

“Citizens often possess helpful information about the potential environmental, social, and economic effects that proposed federal actions may have on people, places, and resources.  NEPA’s requirements provide you the opportunity to provide information to a federal agency so it can take your input and unique perspective into account during the decision-making process.” – Citizen’s Guide […]

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