Badger Mining Corporation (BMC) is committed to improving the communities in which we live and work. We do this through volunteerism and philanthropically supporting our local communities and the communities of our customers. BMC associates support our communities by assisting with food distribution at Food Pantries, keeping our highways clean by participating in the Adopt-a-Highway program, volunteering on local Fire and EMS Departments, serving on community boards and committees, and volunteering during weather-related emergencies.

We partner with our local schools to educate our youth and provide activities for them to better understand industrial sand and its everyday uses. In addition, BMC invites local youth to be involved with planting hundreds of trees each year demonstrating the importance of reclamation to our environment.

Badger Mining Corporation is a member of the Berlin Chamber of Commerce and Markesan Chamber of Commerce. We actively participate in community events and provide support to our customers’ communities by supporting their fundraising efforts and charities.


Badger Mining Corporation (BMC) is a strong proponent of higher education and awards numerous scholarships annually to help students continue their education. Each year, BMC awards in excess of $50,000 in scholarships to multiple high school graduates continuing their educations in the fields of engineering or environmental science.

BMC also awards the Clifford A. Chier Memorial Scholarship annually to a college student pursuing an advanced education within the guidelines of the American Foundry Association’s Foundry Education Foundation.

Mary Hutzler presenting a 2016 BMC Scholarship to Noah Pomplun of Berlin High School.

Dan Koxlien presenting a 2016 BMC Scholarship to Bailey Larson of Lincoln High School in Alma Center.

Ripon BMC Scholarship 2016

Craig LeNoble presenting a 2016 BMC Scholarship to James Klemm of Ripon High School.

Princeton Scholarship 2016

Shelly Bernhagen presenting a 2016 BMC Scholarship to Payton Hall of Princeton High School.


Since 2001, Badger Mining Corporation has been a company-sponsor of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) 9-day disabled gun deer hunt. The WDNR created the season in 1990 in order to provide opportunities for individuals with certain disabilities to enjoy deer hunting at a time of year in which temperatures are generally milder and mobility in the woods is easier.