Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Gold Prospectors: Casting call for Major Cable Network

Calling all prospectors!  I have information about a casting call from Metal Flowers Media out of California, looking for men and women between the ages of 28 – 52 “with legitimate experience in trucking, logging, construction, mining and shipping.”  Below you can see the email sent to me from Alisa.  Get in touch with her if you think you qualify for this new major network project called “Boomtown Greenland”  We can’t…we’re ‘too old’. But, if you do, tell her you saw it here.

 My name is Alisa, and I'm casting a major cable network that is seeking the most experienced miners, loggers, truckers, contractors, and shippers from across the country to star in “Boomtown Greenland”, a new major network project. The series will follow these hard-nosed, brash team members as they risk it all in some of the most harrowing weather and topographical conditions known to man at an attempt for fortune in precious metals and jewels. Both individuals and teams are being considered.

Men and women between the ages of 28 – 52 with legitimate experience in trucking, logging, construction, mining, and shipping are encouraged to apply. Looking for both existing teams and individuals. This is the chance of a lifetime for the right individual.

If you are interested or know anyone good for this and can help spread the word, I would really appreciate it. Looking forward to speaking with you further. Thanks for your time. 

All the best, 

Alisa Walters
Casting Assistant
Metal Flowers Media
Boomtown Greenland

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

No Motorized Equipment at Cache Creek in 2012

Shooting out a fast, short post on important information to those of you who look for gold at Cache Creek in Colorado.

BLM posted this page today concerning requirements for prospecting for gold in Colorado at Cache Creek:  http://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/rgfo/minerals/locatable_minerals/placer_mining/Arkansas_River_Dredge_Permit.html

Looks like they have had enough with the problems, fighting, and general complaints about highbanking at Cache Creek, and have decided not to allow highbanking there beginning this year (2012). 

While motorized equipment will not be allowed in the area, casual use/hand equipment will still be allowed.  What the requirements for that will be is not yet known, so watch the BLM site for updates.  I will post what I know when I know it.

Good Prospecting to You,