Terra Project

 Project Highlights

  • Completion of Terra Project 43-101 February, ampoule 2013
  • Inferred Resource totals of 419,604 oz. gold
  • Gold rich Bonanza Veins (>80% free gold)
  • Project – 1 million-plus oz. gold potential
  • Significant exploration potential for additional resource
  • Development Plan, Environmental Assessment and Permitting in progress toward mine feasibility.
  • Extended vein along strike & Intersected vein systems – 2013 drilling
  • 1152.6 meters core drilling – 4 holes completed
  • 782 samples taken from drill core* 2012
  • Visible gold observed in core

Key Accomplishments in 2012

  • 23 tons of Ben and Fish Vein ore processed producing 109 ounces of gold dore
  • The extension of the Ben Vein zone two hundred meters to the north. This extension has opened up a large area for further development and adds to the viability of construction of a Camp Level adit with year round operations.
  • The startup and running of the bulk sample pilot mill with Gold production
  • The mobilization of an excavator to the Ben Vein area and the construction of cat trails, drill pads, and opening up the Ben vein. Surface fieldwork in 2012 has generated numerous geochemical gold anomalies at Ben Vein, Hartman River, and Ice Vein in which to expand on in future years.

2013 Proposed Program?

  • 10,000’ Drilling program to commence in May or June 2013
  • Continue drilling the Ben Vein (North Extension)
  • Continue surface exploration (mapping and sampling) on Ben Vein (South Extension)
  • Continue surface exploration (mapping and sampling) on porphyry target
  • Continue bulk sample plant operations
  • Continuation of surface bulk  sample mining operations at Ben Vein
  • HQ core drilling
  • QAQC program
  • Helicopter supported drilling program
  • Completion of Terra Project 43-101 February 1, 2013
  • Continue environmental baseline sampling (water)
  • Continuation of a site survey for upper Ben Vein adit entrance
  • Conduct site survey at Strand Pass for future development (survey & auger drilling)
  • Conduct satellite aerial survey of Terra claim block
  • Conduct a Airborne Geophysical survey over project area




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