• What Did You Have For Dinner?

    If you live in the United States, it’s pretty likely that a mine like this one in Moab, Utah, helped get it on your plate.  This mine produces muriate of potash, a potassium-containing salt used commonly by farmers in fertilizer. Most potash forms in regions where inland seas or lakes dry out.  Evaporated water leaves […]

  • Mining Provides Some Good Environmental News

    In a recent field study conducted from May – June 2014, several post-mined and unmined areas were monitored to record the effect of the areas placer mining and hard rock exploration activities. Wildlife response on reclaimed sites has rarely been studied, and the Indian River Valley in Yukon, Canada, has been the host of over […]

  • Lone Tree Becomes A Member Of Alaskan Mining Association

    Did you ever wonder where you could go to learn about the benefits of mining, mining’s economic impact in Alaska, what kinds of minerals are mined in Alaska, and how to find a job in the mining industry?  Well, look no further.  The Alaskan Mining Association serves as a clearinghouse for information and a center […]

  • North Dakota Is Known For….Caviar?

    It seems as though North Dakota is known for just one things these days…OIL.  But would you believe that North Dakota is known globally, as it turns out, for caviar? A distinctly American version of the salty delicacy prized for centuries by Russian czars gets its start each May in the cool waters where the […]

  • Eating For The Season

    In most areas of the world Lone Tree services, the weather is warmer in the summer months than any other time of the year. With that somewhat obvious statement, we are setting out to educate on the benefits of eating from our selection of “Foods In Season”, and why this is going to be so […]

  • In Community Effort, Ruby Mountain Little League Remodels Junior Field with Needed Help

    Spring Creek, NV (April 9, 2015) – In a community effort, Ruby Mountain Little League gets the help they need to remodel their Junior field.

    Ruby Mountain Little League (RMLL) is a non-profit organization with a board consisting of 11 members, 100 volunteers who help coach, umpire and run concessions. There are over 397 players who make up 37 teams from T-Ball-Junior’s.