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The Oldest Silver Company on the NYSE & Largest U.S. Silver Producer

A proud legacy of responsibly producing essential metals since 1891

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The First Thing We Consider is Impact

Our small environmental footprint delivers large community benefits

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The First Stop in the Supply Chain

Our metals are the foundation of a low-carbon future, consumer electronics, and medicine

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Worker Safety is Our First Priority

Our industry-leading technology keeps our workers and communities safe


Our metals power innovation, and innovation powers our operations

Our 130 years of success is rooted in operating in some of the world’s safest jurisdictions, applying innovation to ensure safety and efficiency, and demonstrating responsibility toward our communities and the environment.

Greens Creek
Hecla Greens Creek Mine
Lucky Friday
Northern Idaho
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Casa Berardi
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Keno Hill
Yukon Territory
Keno Hill work site
Greens Creek
Admiralty Island, Alaska

At the largest U.S. silver mine, the team at Greens Creek is dedicated to ensuring safety and environmental stewardship are among the best in the world.

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Lucky Friday
Mullan, Idaho

Lucky Friday, one of the top seven primary silver mines in the world, continues to provide quality jobs and community support to north Idaho.

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Casa Berardi
La Sarre, Quebec

Casa Berardi operates in a politically stable and mining friendly region in Quebec, with good geology and infrastructure.

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Keno Hill
Yukon Territory, Canada

The Keno Hill Silver District in Canada’s Yukon Territory is a large, high-grade silver property in a top 10 rated jurisdiction by the Fraser Institute.

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2023 Sustainability Report

Hecla policies, performance, and actions revolve around a central framework of values that touch all aspects of our operations and planning, setting forth a vision of fully integrated sustainability and responsibility.

About Hecla

Founded in 1891, Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) is the largest silver producer in the United States. We have operating mines in Alaska, Idaho, Quebec, Canada, and Yukon Territory, Canada. We also have a number of exploration properties in world-class silver and gold mining districts throughout North America.

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Sentinel of Safety Award winners
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Hecla site location
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