The National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs’ (NAAMLP) 42nd Annual Conference will be in beautiful Lake Tahoe, Nevada beginning Sunday, September 12th – Wednesday, September 15th, 2021.
Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) safety hazards and environmental issues from historic mining practices exist throughout our nation. Each region is unique in its challenges of maintaining public safety and mitigating environmental impacts at these historic sites. The NAAMLP annual conference is a place to discuss and learn about AML issues, history and methods of remediation.
Nevada encourages you to come join us at Lake Tahoe to learn and network with NAAMLP members, federal and state officials, as well as individuals from education, scientific, engineering, and business fields about the nations AML reclamation and remediation efforts.
A welcome reception will be held on the evening of Sunday the 12th. The conference hall and exhibit section will open Monday morning, along with the plenary session followed by technical presentations. The awards banquet will be held on Monday evening.
Field trips to local AML sites, geologic sites, and historic sites will take place on Tuesday, concluding with a dinner on Lake Tahoe. Technical sessions will continue on Wednesday until noon when the conference ends.
For more information about the National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs visit: www.naamlp.net