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Three Passive Income Strategies in Mining

Acquire rights to mine minerals on government land without upfront costs, potentially earning from mineral extraction.

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Acqusition free BLM land for mining right

U.S. Citizen or U.S Company Only

To claim a BLM mining claim, research unclaimed lands using the BLM's database, prospect and stake your claim on-site, then register it with both the local county clerk and the BLM within 90 days. Maintain your claim by annually paying a fee to the BLM, securing your rights to mine minerals while adhering to regulatory standards.

Recreational and Ownership Benefits of BLM Claimed Land

U.S Citizen or U.S Company Only

On your claimed BLM land, you're permitted to engage in recreational activities such as camping, hunting, fishing, and gold panning using non-powered equipment. The land title is transferable and can be sold, provided you pay an annual BLM fee of $150-$250 for every 20 acres.

Lease Your BLM Claimed Land or Enter a JV

Options for Monetization

Our platform facilitates matching between mining companies, non-U.S. companies, and non-U.S. residents for leasing or joint ventures. Foreigners can participate in the development of mining operations for copper, gold, and silver.

Own a Mining Operation with Avimetal

Lifetime Business Opportunity with Avimetal

Own a Mining Operation with Avimetal: We offer a turnkey package, including low-cost mineral processing plants and the option to trade mineral revenue for production. No experience is necessary, as mining operations can be managed by third-party companies.

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Who We Are

We developed innovative mineral processing technologies.

Avimetal has developed groundbreaking mineral processing technologies that stand out for their environmental friendliness, requiring no water and producing no toxic waste. This innovation marks a significant shift towards sustainable mining practices, potentially transforming the industry by conserving water resources, protecting ecosystems, and ensuring safer conditions for workers and communities.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, unpatented mining claims on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land in the United States can be leased or utilized by non-U.S. citizens or non-U.S. companies, but there are specific regulations and restrictions in place. The General Mining Law of 1872, as amended, allows for the location of mining claims for minerals such as gold, silver, and certain other valuable ores on public lands. However, the ability of non-U.S. citizens or foreign entities to lease or develop these claims is subject to certain conditions and interpretations of the law.

Casual Use: Mining operations that are considered "casual use" typically do not require a notice or a plan of operations to be filed with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or other regulatory bodies. Casual use generally includes activities that cause little or no disturbance to the land. For example, non-mechanized hand tools, such as picks, shovels, and metal detectors, might fall under this category.

Recreational Prospecting: Individuals engaging in recreational prospecting, such as panning for gold in designated areas on public lands, often do not require permits if the activity is non-commercial, uses only hand tools, and has minimal environmental impact.

Certain small-scale mining activities may be exempt from specific federal permitting obligations, although adherence to environmental safeguards and other regulatory standards is still mandatory. The classification of "small-scale" differs by jurisdiction, with local or state regulations potentially introducing their own criteria or exemptions. Guidelines in some states categorize small-scale operations as those impacting less than 5 acres of land and producing no more than 36,500 tons of material annually.

Mining claims on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands are available in states where the federal government manages public lands that are open for mineral entry and exploration. These typically include states in the western part of the United States, where much of the land is federally owned and managed. As of my last update, states with BLM-managed lands where you can locate mining claims include:

  • Arizona
  • Alaska
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Idaho
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • Oregon
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wyoming

It's important to note that not all federal lands within these states are open to mining claims. Certain areas are off-limits due to environmental protections, designation as national parks or monuments, or other land use restrictions. Before attempting to locate a mining claim, it is crucial to verify the specific land status and ensure it is open to mineral entry. The BLM provides resources and maps to help determine land status and guide through the claim staking process.

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