Community Partnership Panel Meeting Summaries

One of the primary ways we engage with local communities is through a model we call “Community Partnership Panels” (CPPs) which are comprised of local leaders and citizens representing a broad range of stakeholder groups across all sectors of the community who meet on regular basis.

CPP meetings are designed to:
-  Share information about the company’s operational activities and facilitate a dialogue and collaboration to mitigate any negative impacts and maximize positive impacts
-  Encourage the community to share questions or concerns so that we may respond
-  Identify, define and prioritize each community’s social issues and related needs
-  Develop strategies, actions and potential projects to address the needs
-  Create overall collaboration that leads to success'


  • Ajo, Arizona
    -  Quarter 1
  • Bagdad, Arizona
  • Bisbee, Arizona
  • Globe-Miami, Arizona
  • Graham County, Arizona
     Quarter 1
  • Greenlee County, Arizona
  • Green Valley, / Sahuarita, Arizona
    -  Quarter 1
  • Grant County, New Mexico
  • Climax-area (Lake, Summit, Eagle & Chaffee Counties), Colorado 
  • Henderson-area (Clear Creek and Grand Counties), Colorado