Highland Copper is committed to a transparent and responsive relationship with the communities we are a part of. In developing and fostering that relationship, we have been in an active dialogue with all of the local, regional and state elected officials in our project area. We have received resolutions of support from all of our government officials and the community organizations who are part of the western UP and are enjoined in the efforts to improve the quality of life for our current and future residents. From city councils to county boards, from conservation groups to business leaders, the project has received outstanding support and continues to partner with all to advance the quality of life for all who work and play in Michigan’s upper peninsula.
Highland employees volunteering on a North Country Trail reroute project in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Highland Copper attended the 2018 Cogebic Community College/Michigan Works! Career Exploration Day Event
Leanne Godfrey and Louis St-Pierre were welcoming attendees at Highland’s booth during the 2018 Cogebic Community College/Michigan Works! Career Exploration Day event.
Highland participating at Copperfest 2016
Staff at road crossing-CopperDog 200 race