September 2015 Outing

Our September 2015 Outing will be at North Fork from the 18-20.

The plan of operation for Camp Creek is still under review by the Forest Service, so we are still limited to outings at North Fork. This restricts us to the North Fork Claim for now but maybe Camp Creek will be opened soon.

August 2015 Outing
September 2015 Outing

We are planning to open up Yellow Gold and Salmon Creek Next Year also. That will give us some new places to get into for next year. Please bear with us while we get the paperwork together to open more claims.

Come join us at North Fork in September. We hope to see you there.

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Forest Fires 2015 on National Forests

Forest Fires 2015

For Forest Fires 2015 the danger is rising. Below are some of the current Forest Service restrictions from the Umatilla National Forest website.


Current Public-Use Restrictions

Public Use Restrictions (PURs) are measures put in place to reduce the risk of a wildfire starting when fire danger is extreme. These restrictions are always carefully considered before being implemented because the intent is not to ruin someone’s vacation, but to improve the safety of our public lands and resources.  Restrictions can affect where you are allowed to smoke, the types of roads you can travel, and where – or even if – you are allowed to have a campfire.

Forest Fires 2015

The Umatilla, Malheur and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests implementaed new campfire seasonal restrictions in 2015 along with the three-phase public use restriction plan for implementation.

see full news release 

June Outing

Our outing for June 26 has been moved to North Fork because the Camp Creek claim is being reviewed by the Forest Service for bonding.

Early Hydraulic Mining
Early Hydraulic Mining

Our operating plan plan is nearing completion on several claims but we have to wait for them to be completed before we can have an outing at each site.

This limits where we can go for an outing but members can still use the pick and shovel agreement to access the other claims.

It takes time to mine responsibly these days. Please bear with us. We plan to open some good areas in the near future. Until then we can plan some exploration and testing.

Hello world!

Hello World

Hello world, we have made a lot of changes with the organization, including this website. If you like the old one its still there, just scroll up and visit the old website. Hurry though, it may not last as long as this hello world post.

Hello WorldHello World

The only constant  thing in this hello world, is change and that is what we have done with EOMP. We are focusing on training good mining techniques to the hello world. It takes a lot of time in this world to keep us ticking. If you would like to help then contact us and say hello.

This is just an edited hello world post. If it reads funny it is only to let the search engines like us. Again we say…

Hello WorldHello world.


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A “Hello, World!” program is a computer program that says “Hello, World!” (or some variant thereof) on a display device. Because it is one of the simplest programs possible in most programming languages, it is often used to illustrate to beginners the most basic syntax of a programming language. It is also used to verify that a language or system is operating correctly.
In addition, “Hello, world!” can be a useful sanity test to make sure that a language’s compiler, progress setting, and run-time setting are correctly installed. Configuring a complete programming tool chain from scratch to the point where even trivial programs can be compiled and run can involve heavy amounts of work. For this reason, a simple program is used first when testing a new tool chain.
We would like to say one more time hello world.