MINING NEWS: Region benefits from Donlin Creek project
Local hire commitment pays off as village residents escape from drugs and alcohol and are promoted to supervisory positions
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Alaska’s Donlin Creek gold project is still several years from becoming an operating mine, but it has already made a huge impact on the lives of people in the surrounding rural communities. Since making a commitment in 1996 to employ as many Native corporation shareholders as possible, operator Barr....
Donlin employees talk about the project
Wassilie Kameroff, personnel and logistics supervisor
Virginia Woodmancy, camp counselor
Daniel Ausdahl, special project supervisor
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