Graymont Land Transaction
- Graymont Revised Application
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has received a revised version of a land transaction application from Graymont, Inc. The company is proposing development of a limestone mining operation in northern Mackinac County near the town of Rexton. The most current Land Transaction Application amends the February 2015 application from the company.
Graymont Land Transaction Application - March 19, 2015
Current and Recent Graymont Applications and Maps
- January 2015 Revision
- October 2014 Revision
Graymont Mineral Exchange
- In June, Graymont, Inc. submitted a proposal to exchange more than 1,700 acres of mineral rights with the DNR near the Rexton area in the eastern Upper Peninsula. The offered minerals are under state-managed surface and the desired minerals are located under federally owned surface within the Hiawatha National Forest. This proposal will receive a similar review and decision process as the original Graymont land transaction application.
For further information on the overall mine and mineral exchange proposal, Graymont, Inc., has established a website containing additional details. The website is available at http://rextonproject.com.
- The DNR is currently accepting public comments regarding the Graymont proposals. Input will be accepted until the DNR director reaches a final decision. Provide comments to: