Chulitna Project

On 22 February 2021, the Company announced that it had successfully been granted three hundred and eight (308) State mining claims in Alaska, USA.

The project area comprises 199.4km2, is located on State of Alaska public lands, and is not subject to any Native Title claims, native lands, or native claimant groups. The project lies approximately 250km north of Anchorage and close to the major Parks Highway, which runs mostly parallel to the State owned Alaska railroad.

The project hosts numerous prospect areas identified from historical works, which are prospective for gold, silver, copper, tin and base metals. The two main prospect areas currently identified within the project area are Partin Creek (gold, silver, copper) and Coal Creek (tin, silver).

On 21 December 2023, the Company announced that it had reliquished 284 mining claims within the project and reduced the project area to 15.5km2 (24 claims) centred on the Partin Creek gold prospect.