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Monroe Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #113 Receives Stone and Trucking Donation

Dani’s Transport and Sylvania Minerals partnered together to support the Monroe FOP located at 1051 Strasburg Road Monroe, MI. The FOP has always been a pillar in the community and pride themselves on giving back. Recently, they have struggled to get building maintenance done due to lack of funds. The parking lot needed improvements not…

Friends of Mineralogy Visits Sylvania Minerals Quarry

Sylvania Minerals hosts the Friends of Mineralogy group annually. Specimens are collected and photos are taken of the different benches, minerals, and fossils. Below is a letter from Geologist Reggie Rose describing the trip:   Friends of Mineralogy Trip to Sylvania Minerals Quarry is a Success!   A total of 29 Friends of Mineralogy collectors…

Sylvania Minerals Hosts Field Trip for Students

The day began with Bill Begley, Plant Manager and Geologist, and Keith Childress, QC Manger briefing the group on safety topics at the mine. While the group was huddled at the observation area overlooking the quarry, Bill explained the geology, history, and fun facts about the quarry. The day continued with students taking a bus…

E. C. Korneffel Company Partners with Great Lakes Aggregates

Special thanks to the E.C. Korneffel Company for allowing Great Lakes Aggregates to be a part of the Stony Island Habitat Restoration Project. We are proud to be a part of such a worthwhile endeavor improving our community’s wetlands and adding value to our natural resources.

Michigan’s Aggregate Producers Recognized at Annual MAA Awards Night

Michigan’s Aggregate Producers Recognized at Annual MAA Awards Night April 21, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21, 2017 CONTACT: Douglas E. Needham, P.E., MAA President 517-381-1732 or dneedham@miagg.org Michigan’s Aggregate Producers Recognized at Annual MAA Awards Night LANSING, MI – The Michigan Aggregates Association recently honored aggregate producers during their inaugural annual Awards ceremony. On…

Great Lakes Aggregates supports Monroe County First Responders

Great Lakes Aggregates supports Monroe County First Responders and the fight against heroin addiction in our community. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1354991647924199/ for more information and how you can help.      

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Friends of Mineralogy Visits Sylvania Minerals Quarry

Sylvania Minerals hosts the Friends of Mineralogy group annually. Specimens are collected and photos are taken of the different benches, minerals, and fossils. Below is a letter from Geologist Reggie Rose describing the trip:   Friends of Mineralogy Trip to Sylvania Minerals Quarry is a Success!   A total of 29 Friends of Mineralogy collectors…

Sylvania Minerals Hosts Field Trip for Students

The day began with Bill Begley, Plant Manager and Geologist, and Keith Childress, QC Manger briefing the group on safety topics at the mine. While the group was huddled at the observation area overlooking the quarry, Bill explained the geology, history, and fun facts about the quarry. The day continued with students taking a bus…

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Friends of Mineralogy Visits Sylvania Minerals Quarry

Sylvania Minerals hosts the Friends of Mineralogy group annually. Specimens are collected and photos are taken of the different benches, minerals, and fossils. Below is a letter from Geologist Reggie Rose describing the trip:   Friends of Mineralogy Trip to Sylvania Minerals Quarry is a Success!   A total of 29 Friends of Mineralogy collectors…

Explaining Friends of Mineralogy

FM members do not just go into a quarry to collect nice specimens to take home. Our members like to know what they are collecting and the geologic environment in which it formed. Considering this, every field trip can be a learning experience for our members.

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