Rare Element Resources Ltd. (TSX:RES) announced its community and governmental accomplishments of the year thus far. The company arranged site visits at its Bear Lodge Project in Wyoming, as well as a series of presentations to trade groups, industry analysts, and local, federal and Wyoming guests.
As quoted in the press release:
Rare Element hosted three important and well-attended public information meetings in Sundance and Upton, Wyoming, as well as numerous local presentations to county commissions and town councils, service clubs, chambers of commerce and elected officials in the nearby communities of Hulett, Pine Haven, Newcastle, Sundance and Gillette, Wyoming, as well as in Spearfish, South Dakota.
Randy Scott, President and CEO, commented:
We appreciate the opportunity that these groups provided us to communicate why the rare earth industry is critical to future economic growth and to provide updates on the progress we continue to make at our Bear Lodge Project. It is important for people to know that the Bear Lodge Project will use only the highest order of sound science and good engineering to make this a truly world-class operation in every respect. With continued local, state and federal support, we anticipate that mine development will remain on schedule with ramp up to full production scheduled for 2016.