Abandoned Mine Land

Staff


Don Newton, AML Administrator

Our AML staff is here to assist you with questions and concerns that you may have regarding abandoned mine lands in Wyoming.

Abandoned Mine Land Division
200 West 17th Street, Ste 400
Fourth Floor
Cheyenne, WY 82002
307-777-6145

Abandoned Mine Land Field Office
510 Meadowview Dr.
Lander, WY 82520
307-332-5085

AML Magazine

The AML Magazine highlights various projects the division works on yearly. 

AML Public Facilities

The Abandoned Mine Land Division (AML) is announcing the opening of the application process for the Public Facilities program. This program is focused on assisting local communities and other public entities to mitigate the impacts of historic coal and mineral mining and processing. AML anticipates having a total of $20 million available for project funding.

For more information about the application process, please contact Dave Pendleton or Mila Brown with AML at 307-335-6945 or 307-332-5085 or via email: aml.applicationinfo@wyo.gov.

Rules and Regulations

All official Wyoming State Rules and Regulations are kept at the Wyoming Secretary of State's Office. Click here to view all current Rules and Regulations. 

 

If you own property in a community affected by current or past mining activity, we offer homeowner’s subsidence insurance to help you protect your investment. Click here for more information.

To report hazardous or environmentally threatening conditions associated with mine sites or to learn more about reclamation, contact us by phone at 307-777-6145.

The Abandoned Mine Land Division is located at 200 West 17th Street, Suite 400, Fourth Floor in Cheyenne.

Click above for additional information about the Abandoned Mine Land Division.