Copperland Corporation presented its minewater district heating utility strategy during discussions at the 4th Climate Cafe in Hancock, Michigan.Hosted by a local activist group, Keweenaw Climate Change, on December 1, 2016 the meeting drew close to 100 people and featured speakers on green energy, energy conservation, renewable energy policy & more.
New Library on Copperland Corporation's website! A few historical documents to get your home school students on the path to understanding the rich copper mining history in Keweenaw, Houghton & Ontonagon counties. These are our favorites, but there will be more to come. "Where Copper was King" had us laughing til tears ran down our … Continue reading Copper Country History for Home Schools
Ana & Sera Lester don't need metal detectors to find float copper on Copper Country rock piles. It's in their blood - perhaps much like the old Cornish miners who directed underground explorations for C&H and other Lake Superior copper mines. Even these "poor rock" piles on the gasplant trail yield copper - and modern … Continue reading Copper finds on Laurium’s poor rock piles
Copperland Corporation is currently modeling historic mining sites in Keweenaw County. The 3D models will be used in presenting opportunities for nonprofit community utilities that slash heating bills for Copper Country residents. Minewater district heating projects underway include Central Mine, Mohawk #4, Phoenix Mine & Quincy #2.