Mining Act Reclamation Program
The Mining Act Reclamation Program (MARP) was created under the New Mexico Mining Act of 1993 to regulate hard rock mining reclamation activities for all minerals except the exploration and extraction of potash, sand, gravel, caliche, borrow dirt, and quarry rock used as aggregate in construction; the exploration and extraction of natural petroleum in a liquid or gaseous state by means of wells or pipes; the development or extraction of coal; the extraction of geothermal resources; smelting, refining, cleaning, preparation, transportation or other off-site operations not conducted on permit areas; or the extraction, processing or disposal of commodities, by product materials or wastes or other activities regulated by the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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Hardrock Statute and Regulations
|Holland Shepherd, Program Manager||(505) email@example.com|
|Clinton Chisler, Reclamation Soil Scientist||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|David (“DJ”) Ennis, PG, Reclamation Specialist||(505) email@example.com|
|Jennifer Johnson, Reclamation Engineer||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kevin Myers, Senior Reclamation Specialist||(505) email@example.com|
|David Ohori, Senior Reclamation Specialist||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephanie Rodriguez, Records Manager||(505) email@example.com|
|Carmen Rose, Reclamation Specialist||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org|