Twin Pines Minerals, LLC, is pleased to announce that its project is back on track. In a settlement agreement finalized today, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (the “Corps”) has agreed to reinstate the two “approved jurisdictional determinations” that it withdrew in June.
Twin Pines sets the record straight about Charlton County mining proposal in double page Atlanta Journal-Constitution ad
Do facts matter? Apparently not to the sponsors of the advocacy advertisement that originally appeared October 24.
Please see our edits for accuracy.
Encourage the state of Georgia to promote new jobs and economic activity in Charlton County by APPROVING Twin Pines’ permit applications. Let them know you trust the scientists and the Environmental Protection Division…
For more than two years opponents of our proposed mining project have made one unsubstantiated claim after another about what they allege will happen if we receive permits to move forward with our mining-to-reclamation project on Trail Ridge.
Since we announced plans to mine titanium, zirconium and other rare-earth minerals from Trail Ridge, opponents have consistently made unsubstantiated claims to discredit us.
Aside from the human toll Coronavirus has taken on Charlton County, its economic impacts will also be felt long after the pandemic subsides. We all know people who have suffered job losses and business owners that have endured setbacks.
On February 1, 2021, Vice News aired a story about our proposed mining project in Charlton County, Ga. The story included some information from responses we offered to their questions, however, there are significant details that were not included which provide important perspective.
Since we last shared perspective on our plans in Charlton County, and in light of the fact we keep hearing the same allegations – with no supporting science – the following is offered for your consideration.
On December 29, 2020, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an article about our proposed mining project in Charlton County, Ga. While the reporter, Nedra Rhone, has been among the most balanced of journalists covering this story, there is still a significant amount of information that provides important perspective that was not included.
Folkston, Ga. (February 4, 2020) – Twin Pines Minerals, an industry leading minerals and mining company, today announced the results of geologic and hydrogeologic studies to determine the viability of its plan to mine titanium and zirconium from the layers of sand and soil on its Charlton County property.