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Work Program

The program aims to provide an opportunity for the community to get involved and contribute to the growth and sustainability of MVMM, while also benefiting from waived dig fees. It is open to individuals who are interested in supporting the mine and contributing to its success. Are you interested? Complete the form below. The schedule will be released soon.

Help support MVMM Growth

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Promoting Bat Habitat

Mohawk valley mineral mining community bat conservation

Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus)

The most common bat in New York State. 

We at Mohawk Valley Mineral Mining are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of our surroundings, including the habitats of the many species that call our area home. With that in mind, we are launching a new initiative to place bat houses throughout our site in order to help protect and support the survival of endangered bat species.

Bats play an important role in maintaining the balance of our ecosystem. They are important pollinators and play a crucial role in controlling insect populations, including mosquitoes... which means better digging conditions! By providing safe, secure habitats for bats, we can help ensure their survival and promote a healthier environment for all.

We are asking for your support in funding this important project. With your generosity, we can provide the materials, resources, and expertise necessary to construct and maintain bat houses throughout our site. Every donation, no matter the size, will bring us one step closer to realizing our goal of protecting and supporting endangered bat species.

We thank you in advance for your generosity and support. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these important creatures and ensure a healthy and thriving environment for generations to come.


Lets get this number up! We are aiming to place up to 20 houses!

Lets Keep The Shade

mohawk valley mineral mining tree planting conservation program

As part of our conservation plan, we will be planting native trees in the valley to help restore and maintain the area's delicate ecosystem. These trees play an important role in filtering pollutants from the air, providing shelter and food for wildlife, and preventing soil erosion.

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