2010 Berkeley Pit Posters

This educational poster series covers Berkeley Pit history and ongoing environmental management at the site. Hard copies of the posters can be requested by emailing info@pitwatch.org. Posters are available free-of-charge for Clark Fork Basin educators and public organizations. The poster set includes: Download high-resolution versions of the posters using the links below.

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And announcing our winners for 2009 Since 1997, the Berkeley Pit Education Committee has given awards to area students competing in annual Montana Tech Science and Engineering Fairs who use their projects to explore important topics related to the Berkeley Pit and mine waste cleanup technologies. At the 2009 fair, three East Middle School students received awards for Pit-related projects: […]

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Many are learning from the Berkeley Pit

From grade school through college, many classes have visited the Pit in order to learn about science, mining, and the history of the region. In the past year, students from not only the Butte area, but also from around Montana made the trip to the Pit. Middle school students from Bonner school  and college students from Montana State University-Billings and […]

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Meet the 2006 Science Fair Award Winners

The Berkeley Pit Education Committee awarded $50 savings bonds to five grade school students and a $250 bond to one high school student who competed in the 2006 Montana Tech Science and Engineering Fair. Each of their Fair projects (see below) explored important topics related to the Berkeley Pit and mine waste cleanup technologies. Congratulations to everyone who competed in […]

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Meet the 2005 Science Fair Award Winners

Each year the Berkeley Pit Public Education Committee awards $50 savings bonds to grade-school students and a $250 savings bond to one high school student who compete in the Montana Tech Science and Engineering Fair. To qualify for the awards, the science fair project must explore a topic related to the Berkeley Pit or a mine waste cleanup technology. Sam […]

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