CHAMPION, Mich – Eagle Mine is looking for local input.
The mine is inviting community members to participate in their new engagement program called “The Local Voices” where the community can give feedback.
“The goal of the survey is for the company to better understand how the community feels on a range of topics including the impacts and benefits with Eagle Mine, the effectiveness of our community messenger programs and the nature of the relationship between the company and the community,” said Meagen Morrison, Social Responsibility Advisor for Eagle Mine. “We will use the input of the community to be informed when we make decisions that could potentially have an impact on them.”
The first survey is now open to the public.
The survey will deal with community impacts and benefits of the mining operation.
It will also dive into how well the company’s community investment programs have worked as well as the relationship between community members and the company.
Following the pilot survey, Eagle Mine will conduct brief follow–up surveys every quarter.
The link for the first survey is below: