Register NOW for the 2016 MMA Annual Meeting!
We are moving closer to Spring and with the nice weather we have been having, many of us are itching to get outdoors, catch up on the yard chores, or fit in some of our many recreational pursuits. While you are planning your spring activities, please make certain to include in your plans your attendance at the 2016 Montana Mining Association Annual Meeting. This year’s meeting will be held at the beautiful Fairmont Hot Springs Resort on May 25-26, 2016. Hopefully the weather will be as wonderful as last year. In any event, the water will be fine!
The Annual Meeting promises two days of fruitful networking, informative and relevant programming, education and perhaps even a little inspiration. A perennial favorite, the annual Snowbird Open golf tournament will be held at the Old Works Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in Anaconda. For those who prefer to do a little blasting instead of hacking, there will be skeet or trap shooting (or a combination of both) in Opportunity.
Keynote Speaker – Montana Attorney General Tim Fox
Tim Fox is the 24th Attorney General of Montana. Born and raised in Hardin, Tim received his bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Montana in 1981. After working in Montana’s oil fields, he returned to the University of Montana and received his law degree in 1987. Tim first entered public service in 1990 when he went to work for the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation. Before being elected attorney general in 2012, he practiced law in both the public and private sectors in a broad array of capacities. As attorney general and a member of the state Board of Land Commissioners, Tim has been a staunch defender of Montana’s right to develop and export its natural resources. He and more than two dozen other state attorneys general sued to stop the EPA’s so-called “Clean Power Plan.” Recognizing the strength of the states’ arguments, earlier this year the U.S. Supreme Court took a rare step and blocked enforcement of the regulations pending the litigation. Tim has also been actively involved in promoting Montana’s legal interests in the development of commodity export terminals in Washington and Oregon. He and his wife Karen have four children and five grandchildren.
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