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IN RESPONSE: REJECT FEAR MONGERING ON MINING IN MINNESOTA

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE – December 22, 2023: This fall, when the state of Minnesota approved Twin Metals’ exploration plan, those of us in the building trades took it as a positive signal. The state can still make rational decisions regarding responsible development projects like mining-exploration programs, we realized.

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IN RESPONSE: REJECT FEAR MONGERING ON MINING IN MINNESOTA

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM TWIN METALS MINNESOTA

December 18, 2023: The holiday season has arrived! From our team here at Twin Metals Minnesota, we send you the happiest of holiday wishes and want to extend our thanks to our community and friends. We could not be more appreciative for the unyielding support throughout the year…. More >

MINING IN ELY: A SUSTAINING FAMILY TRADITION

MESABI TRIBUNE – October 25, 2023: Northeastern Minnesota is standing at the doorstep of several new mining projects that will add billions in value to what we’ve already had here on the Iron Range…. More >

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TWIN METALS MINNESOTA APPEALS DISMISSAL OF FEDERAL LAWSUIT  

Ely, Minn., Nov. 3, 2023 – Today, Twin Metals Minnesota filed a notice of appeal in the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit following September’s dismissal of its lawsuit by a U.S. District Court Judge. With this move, Twin Metals is defending its long-held mineral leases in northeast Minnesota from unlawful federal agency action. … More >

TWIN METALS STATEMENT ON THE DNR’S NONFERROUS MINING RULE DECISION

Ely, Minn., May 31, 2023 – Twin Metals Minnesota is currently reviewing the Minnesota DNR’s order related to the state’s nonferrous mining rules. Minnesota’s nonferrous mining rules establish some of the most rigorous standards in the world. They were developed over the course of three decades of comprehensive studies and public review. We remain committed to advancing a modern mining project that is protective of the environment and that meets or exceeds all state and federal standards. The need for a domestic supply of responsibly sourced minerals has never been greater. We look forward to continuing our work with DNR and other stakeholders to move forward a project that is safe for workers and the environment, is supportive of the region’s communities, and that serves as a sustainable producer of the raw materials needed in the transition to a clean energy future…. More >