Tribes & Organizations

The AML Portal is a partnership that spans federal, state and local efforts to reduce the environmental and health risks of abandoned land mines through increased awareness, education and action. Visit our partners' websites to learn what they're doing to reclaim these lands.


BCI's Bats and Mines Program continues in the spirit of the original project that proved to be extremely successful at informing managers of opportunities to conserve and manage key roosts in abandoned mines for bats. The program provides national leadership and coordination among federal, state, and private agencies and the mining industry to minimize the loss of mine-roosting bats.


The ITRC Mission is to develop information resources and help break down barriers to the acceptance and use of technically sound innovative solutions to environmental challenges. The ITRC brings together a diverse mix of environmental experts and stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to broaden and deepen technical knowledge and streamline the regulation of new environmental technologies.


The NAAMLP provides a forum to address current issues, discuss common problems, and share new technologies regarding the reclamation of abandoned mine lands.


The National Mining Association (NMA) is the voice of the American mining industry in Washington, D.C. NMA is the only national trade organization that represents the interests of mining before Congress, the Administration, federal agencies, the judiciary and the media.


The Western Governors’ Foundation serves as the source of strategic seed capital for research projects at the Western Governors’ Association and for other organizations and individuals that help serve the governors and the region.