Celebrating International Women's Day with a look at one of prospecting's unsung heroes
GPAA and members are finding success by connecting on Facebook and other social medias.
Can rare earths turn old coal mines into gold mines?
From the December / January issue of the Gold Prospectors Magazine
PTSD sufferer attests to the healing powers of the great outdoors
from GPAA Member and your Tennessee State Director, Chip Triplett
A caravan of wounded military veterans and their families ventured out to the Arizona desert in the spring to learn the fine art of gold prospecting.
The Gold Prospectors Association of Phoenix, a local chapter of the Gold Prospectors Association of America, hosted the April 9 outing in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior Project.
Does a treasure-laden Nazi train lie buried inside a secret, underground tunnel in Poland? No one knows for sure but signs point to “yes” and the dig for it began today. Last year, city authorities in Walbrzych granted permission to two teams of fieldworkers attempting to locate the train, believed to have been carrying guns, gems, and gold, perhaps up to 300 tons of the precious metal.