Industrial mineral site no. 1710, known as "Yellow Jacket Mine" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with barite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 51 on page 57-59 says "The barite is white, fine-grained, and has a sugary texture. Translucent crystals of barite up to 1 inch across are disseminated in the fine-grained barite. A small amount of iron oxide occures as thin coatings on the fracture surfaces of the vein", and designates the value as "The reserves are calculated at 400 tons of measured and indicated ore and 1,750 tones of inferred ore".