August 1999Volume 51 Issue 8
Cattle aid reclamation at Robinson Mine in Nevada
Mining Engineering, 1999, Vol. 51, No. 8, pp. 19-20
PREVIEW:In mining communities throughout the western United States, cows have always been part of the landscape as they graze on surrounding rangelands. Until recently, mining companies regarded these animals as something to be kept off their properties — especially any freshly reclaimed lands. During the last few years, though, this situation has begun to change.
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