would like to highlight Jameson Stanford Resources Corp.
), a metals and minerals exploration, development, and production company focused on the acquisition and consolidation of mining claims and mineral leases. Targeting projects located in historic mining districts, the company is currently engaged in exploration and development activities in connection with two high-grade copper, gold, silver, and base metals properties located in historic mining districts in Beaver County and Juab County, Utah.
In the company’s news,
Jameson Stanford Resources has been researching natural mineral resources in the western United States for more than 20 years. To the company’s principals, though, responsibility means much more than operating in a corporate, ethical manner.
JMSN believes that each of its three current projects, Star Mountain (Star Mining District), Spor Mountain (Spor Mountain Mining District), and Ogden Bay Minerals, represent a very credible opportunity for the extraction and sale of high quality ores and precious metals. However, the systems the company has in place for health, safety, and environmental management not only allow them to meet their business objectives, they also reflect their values.
This is a company that gets involved with the rural management communities in which they operate. Within their operations, it means adherence to the highest safety standards. In the environment, it means taking extra precautions to maintain the integrity of the ecosystems, improve previously disturbed areas even if done by previous operators, and conscious efforts to reduce their mining, chemical, and carbon footprints. And in the community it means JMSN employs local, buys local, and outsources local whenever they can to attempt to bring cooperative value to the areas where they are operating.
Jameson Stanford works to build and maintain strong community relationships, giving back whenever possible and participating in state programs. Since 2011, they have been involved in volunteering some of their resources in a cooperative flood mitigation effort in Weber County, Utah that has saved farms, homes and crops, and city, county and state infrastructure. They are also actively engaged in the cooperative management of pinion and juniper forests in the State of Utah.
Understanding that their community identifies who they are, JMSA will continue to make a conscious decision to hire, outsource, and buy locally near the communities where they operate.
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