Yellowstone Talc Mine

In May 2011, delegates from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Task Force toured the Yellowstone Mine. 18 miles south of Ennis, Montana, Yellowstone is the largest talc mine in North America, producing 250,000 tons of talc per year. The mine is owned by Rio Tinto, which is the third largest mining company in the world. My co-editor Abbie Digel and I went along on the tour, and I created this video:


About Emily Stifler

I grew up in Vermont and live in Bozeman, Montana. I love topography: mountains, rocks, weather and people.
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1 Response to Yellowstone Talc Mine

  1. Lorna says:

    Nice video.

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