Adamera to Resume Drilling – Permit to Drill on US Forest Service Lands Granted
Vancouver, British Columbia, January 29, 2018 - Adamera Minerals Corp. (TSX-V: ADZ) announces that the US Forest Service (USFS) has approved a Plan of Operation allowing Adamera to drill test a number of high priority targets on the Cooke Mountain Project in Washington State. Targets under the Plan of Operation include SE-01, Key West Central and Key West North.
Drilling equipment and drill crew are being mobilized to the project site and drilling operations are expected to begin on or around February 1, 2018.
The USFS permits favour drilling in winter conditions to minimize vegetation disturbance. Once drilling of these USFS targets is completed, drilling will resume on the Oversight and Overlook discoveries.
Detailed target descriptions and updated information on SE-01, Key West targets, Oversight and Overlook targets will be released individually over the coming weeks.
Adamera Minerals Corp. is exploring for high-grade gold within hauling distance of the Kettle River Mill in Northeastern Washington State. While the existing third-party mill and superior logistics allow a smaller resource to be potentially economic, Adamera’s primary goal is the discovery of a large stand-alone high-grade gold deposit. Adamera is the dominant regional exploration company in the area.
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