Superfund’s cleanup vs. Silverton’s heritage

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Superfund’s cleanup vs. Silverton’s heritage

How do you clean up potentially toxic sites that are also important historically and culturally?

Superfund’s cleanup vs. Silverton’s heritage

Old mining sites in the San Juan Mountains such as this former site of the Sunnyside Mill north of Silverton are like ruins that tourists find fascinating climbing around on and able to touch history.
Beverly Rich, director of the San Juan Historical Society, believes mining sites in the San Juan Mountains, such as this former site of the Sunnyside Mill north of Silverton, are like ruins that tourists find fascinating climbing around on and able to touch history.
The Sunnyside Mill in Eureka north of Silverton is a place that tourists now visit.
Beverly Rich, director of the San Juan Historical Society, believes mining sites in the San Juan Mountains like this former site of the Sunnyside Mill north of Silverton are like ruins that tourists find fascinating climbing around on and able to touch history.
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