Our contracts with selected municipalities, government agencies, and other nonprofit organizations are awarded after bidding against other geophysical entities on the competitive market. These contracts allow us to complete the essential project work that funds our mission.
To expand our reach and resources, we have been aggressively pursuing fresh contracts and have several new proposals in the pipeline. These include several contemporary and innovative entrepreneurial community cooperatives, our expansion
into a more persistent grant writing process, and the development of our “Charity ROCKS!” rock and mineral thrift shop.
We hope to become a valued source of recruitment where our interns are prized for the diversity in knowledge they possess, their work ethic, and their ability to adapt with changes in any work environment.
GEM Environmental is dedicated to establishing a sustainable model to provide practical industry training and experience to aspiring young professionals. By providing internship opportunities through our contract work, we endow these young professionals with experience on federal, state, and/ or private industry contracts through an organization that
prides itself in providing a quality service.
We hope to become a valued source of recruitment, where our interns are prized for the diversity in knowledge they possess, their work ethic, and their ability to adapt with changes in any work environment.
DRUM Inventory and Survey: In conjunction with the Department of Energy (DOE) and New Mexico Bureau of Land Management (BLM), G.E.M. Environmental is conducting mine site inventory, survey, safety categorization, and surficial mapping for abandoned mines located on BLM and NM State supervised public lands.
New Mexico Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Inventory: In conjunction with NM BLM and the NM Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD), our organization is conducting a statewide survey and inventory of abandoned mines on NM State and Federal public lands across 247 mining districts.
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