About Us

Minerals Make Life is a National Mining Association initiative created to share information about domestic minerals mining and its importance to the economy, innovation for the future and national security. This initiative will share mining news and educate America’s policymakers, influencers and the public, and enable them to make informed decisions about U.S. mining.

Minerals Make Life aims to engage consumers, policy-makers U.S. mining employees, suppliers and other key stakeholders in communities nationwide to speak about the need to create policy prescriptions critical to ensuring we have the minerals we need for economic prosperity and national security.

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If you have questions or comments, please contact:

Nancy Gravatt
Senior Vice President,Communications
ngravatt@nma.org
(202) 463-2642

101 Constitution Ave. NW
Suite 500 East
Washington, D.C. 20001

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Your online privacy is a priority of Minerals Make Life, an initiative of the National Mining Association, and we are taking every effort to protect any personal information that you provide. This privacy policy has been created to answer any questions you may have regarding our use of information collected and how information is being collected and protected.

The only personal information collected is information you give us. We will not sell your personal information. Under no circumstances will Minerals Make Life or the National Mining Association sell your information to third parties or any commercial entities.

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Our site may contain links to other websites and servers. The National Mining Association is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of linked websites; nor should a link from Minerals Make Life be construed as an endorsement of that site’s content, services or practices.

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