Sustainable Ely mining education center now open
Keith Vandervort
ELY – Jan Attridge and Frank Moe drove from Grand Marais to Ely on a dreary Saturday afternoon to lend their support to Sustainable Ely, a new “education and action center” that opened June 1 … More »
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hard rock miner

Mining is permanent,(50+ years) good wages and benefits. Tourism is low paid ( except for the owners) and seasonal.

Monday, June 17, 2013 | Report this

Fact is the area never will be the same again. Even this week Polymet was trying to lessen environmental laws for mining.

I guess you can make your choice,mining or a clean environment for the future.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 | Report this