Arizona Mining Association

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Join the Arizona Mining Association

Download a Membership Brochure Here

Download a Supplier or Consultant Membership Application Here

Arizona’s Mining Industry is
a $5 Billion Industry

If your company is a mining company (producer, developer or explorer), a consultant (legal, environmental, or engineer), or a supplier of goods and/or services to the mining industry, you owe it to yourself and to your organization to become a member of the Arizona Mining  Association.  

     There is no better organization in Arizona that supports mining than the Arizona Mining Association. Your efforts and contributions with the AMA will go directly to supporting the industry in its  education of the community on the importance of mining, safety and sound public policy.

Joining the AMA can give you the best access possible to current and potential mining companies within the state of Arizona.

Cost of Membership Dues

  • Mining Companies - contact AMA office
  • Consultants - $5,000 per year
  • Suppliers - $1500 per year       

Why Support the AMA?

* Build long term relationships

* Alliances

* Access the most current
developments and news
impacting the AZ mining industry

* Great events and sponsorship

* Strength in numbers 

So, Why Join?

 Take a look at what some of our members have to say about their own membership in the AMA.

“At the AMA, mining companies have the opportunity to meet and do business with local suppliers. We need that support from our communities in order for mining to continue to be an innovative field in Arizona.”
- Francis McAllister, Freeport McMoRan, Inc.


“The committee structure of the AMA is designed to show support and allow for unique access to key players in the Mining Industry”
- Matt Lynar, Enterprise Commercial Truck Rental


“Membership in the AMA has introduced us to many new people associated with
mining in Arizona from both the mine side and the vendor side. We have learned more about the political side of mining, and had the opportunity to participate in events aimed at both education and recreation; all  while making new friends and business connections.”
- Robert Breitling, DP Industrial Inc.