Yes, Twin Pines Minerals still has mining equipment on its site near GA 94, only a few miles from the Okefenokee Swamp. And yes, the land TPM owns still extends northwest to within a few hundred feet of the Swamp and a few thousand feet of the National Wildlife Refuge. Here are some context aerials, showing proximity to the Swamp, Moniac, St. George, and the Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Grounds.
Twin Pines Minerals mine land, maps, Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Grounds
You can help stop that strip mine for paint, by contacting the Georgia governor and other elected officials; see below for how.
Here’s a closeup of the current mine staging site: Continue reading