San Juan Mining & Reclamation conference seeks proposals for discussions, field visits, discussions – The Journal


The San Juan Mining & Reclamation Conference is seeking abstracts for the 11th Annual Conference. The deadline for submissions is Sunday.

The conference, “Solving Pandora’s Box: Applying the Arts and Humanities to the Challenges of Mining and Salvage,” will take place September 22-24 at Sheridan Opera House and other venues. in Telluride.

Proposals can be submitted for lectures, posters, panel discussions and field trips to support the themes of this year’s event:

  • Art, design and other value-added services in project design: see reclamation as more than just a scientific problem.
  • Engage Local Communities: Collaboration and Public-Private Partnerships in Mining and Reclamation Planning and Design.
  • Artistic installations and preservation of historic structures: preserving the past and building towards the future.
  • New opportunities: sources of finance and non-traditional uses of mining materials.
  • In Search of the Keys to Pandora’s Box: Solving Future Challenges.

For more information and the submission form, visit

For any questions, contact Marcie Bidwell at [email protected] or 387-5161.


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