The Interstate Mining Compact Commission is a multi-state governmental agency / organization that represents the natural resource and related environmental protection interests of its member
states. First envisioned in 1964, the Commission came into existence in 1970 with the entry of its first four states. Since that time, 24 additional states have enacted legislation bringing them into the Compact, and 2 additional
states have become an associate members as they pursue enactment of legislation which will make them a full member. The Commission established its headquarters in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C. in 1988. The states
are officially represented by their Governors who serve as Commissioners. The Commission operates through several committees composed of duly appointed representatives of the Governors from their respective Departments of Natural
Resources or Environmental Protection.
Gregory E. Conrad - Executive Director
Beth A. Botsis - Deputy Executive Director
Ryan W. Ellis - Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Phyllis Plummer - Bookkeeper
On January 10, 2014, Gregory E. Conrad, IMCC's Executive Director, presented the following paper titled "The Interstate Mining Compact Commission: Seeking to Secure State Sovereignty in the Minerals Arena"
at the Alaska Support Industry Alliance "Meet Alaska" conference in Anchorage. The paper and accompanying power point (in .pdf format) are linked here and contain helpful information on the structure and operations of
IMCC for anyone seeking to learn more about the organization.
"The Interstate Mining Compact Commission: Seeking to Secure State Sovereignty in the Minerals Arena
Accompanying Power Point (in .pdf)
IMCC Members Only Message Board Forum