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Friends of Coal Friends of Coal
Contact via the websiteUSA, West Virginia
The Friends of Coal is a volunteer organization that consists of both West Virginians and residents from beyond our borders.  Membership is free and the level of involvement by members is at their own discretion.

International Society of Mine Safety Professionals International Society of Mine Safety Professionals
rhiggins@ismsp.comUSA, Washington
The International Society of Mine Safety Professionals was founded to promote the development of health and safety professionals throughout the international mining community.  Saving lives and reducing injuries through better leadership, planning, and practice are primary goals of the Society.

Kentucky Mining Institute Kentucky Mining Institute
webmaster@miningusa.comUSA
The Kentucky Mining Institute has been highly successful since its creation in carrying out its purpose, which is detailed in Article One of the Constitution and By-Laws:
  • The ADVANCEMENT OF THE MINING INDUSTRY by encouraging and promoting the study and investigation of mining problems.
  • The promotion of education in practical and scientific mining, and
  • The sponsoring and movements designed to bring about safer working conditions in and around the mines and which will create a proper attitude towards safety on the part of the miners.

Mining Association of Canada Mining Association of Canada
mfortin@mining.caOntario, Canada
The Mining Association of Canada is a national organization of the Canadian mining industry.  It comprises companies engaged in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.  Member companies account for the vast majority of Canada’s output of metals and major industrial minerals.

National Mining Association National Mining Association
craulston@nma.orgUSA, Washington
The National Mining Association (NMA) is the voice of the American mining industry in Washington, D.C.  NMA is the only national trade organization that represents the interests of mining before Congress, the Administration, federal agencies, the judiciary and the media.

NMA is located in new headquarters at 101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Suite 500 East, across the street from the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., and can be reached at (p) 202-463-2600, (f) 202-463-2666.

Nevada Mining Association Nevada Mining Association
Contact via the websiteUSA, Nevada
The Nevada Mining Association is comprised of operating mining companies, exploration companies, suppliers of industry equipment, goods and services, counselors and consultants, and individuals interested in the well-being of the industry.

Northwest Mining Association Northwest Mining Association
nwma@nwma.orgUSA, Washington
Northwest Mining Association (NWMA) is a 110-year-old, 1,500 member non-profit, non-partisan trade association founded in Spokane, Washington during the early years of the Coeur d’Alene Mining District.  We were soon supporting the mining industry throughout the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.

Pennsylvania Coal Alliance Pennsylvania Coal Alliance
pacoal1@aol.comUSA, Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Coal Association (PCA) is a trade organization representing surface and underground coal operators that produce bituminous coal mined in the Commonwealth.  In addition, PCA represents companies whose livelihood depends in whole or in part on a robust coal industry by providing essential services to the coal industry, ranging from engineering and consulting to financial, insurance and the sale of mining equipment.

Quebec Mineral Association Quebec Mineral Association
Contact via the websiteQuebec, Canada

Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute
mail@rmcmi.orgUSA, Colorado
RMCMI, founded November 13, 1912 in Denver, is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the promotion of western coal through education.  Member states are Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.  The Institute is proud to claim members from throughout the United States, and from Canada, Germany and Australia.  Membership is diverse and includes individuals from both surface and underground mines, equipment manufacturers, service/supply firms, utilities, coal transporters, law firms, government, universities and colleges, financial institutions, and others interested in supporting the industry.

West Virginia Coal Association West Virginia Coal Association
sdavison@wvcoal.comUSA, West Virginia
The West Virginia Coal Association is committed to making West Virginia mining the safest in the country and U.S. mining the safest in the world.

Western Museum of 
Mining and Industry Western Museum of Mining and Industry
education@wmmi.orgUSA
The mission of the WMMI is to educate the public about the history and continuing contributions of mining in the American West through its collection, restoration, exhibition and interpretation of artifacts related to mining, metallurgy and their support industries.


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