BLACK TUSK BEGINS EXPLORATION AT GOLDSMITH
Updated: Jun 6, 2018
Mr. Richard Penn reports
BLACK TUSK RESOURCES INC. INITIATES PHASE I EXPLORATION PROGRAM ON ITS GOLDSMITH PROPERTY
Black Tusk Resources Inc. has initiated phase I of its exploration program on the Goldsmith property, located 65 kilometres north of Kalso in southeastern British Columbia. The program is designed to provide due diligence sampling in order to confirm the presence of historical high-grade gold mineralization from rock grab samples as reported by previous property owners.
Gold mineralization was first identified on the Goldsmith property in the early 1900s and was notable for its sporadic high-grade distribution. A two-phase exploration program is planned for the Goldsmith property in 2018 with the goal to target gold mineralized zones for testing with a significant bulk sampling program. A bulk sampling program has been designed to mitigate the heterogeneity of the distribution of coarse gold grains.
In 2018, coincident with geological mapping and rock sampling, the initial exploration phase will consist of compilation of a large amount of historical geochemical and geophysical data to refine targets for the phase II surface sampling and trenching program.
"We are extremely excited to begin our exploration program and look forward to getting further details on the Goldsmith property," said Richard Penn, chief executive officer of the company.
About Black Tusk Resources Inc.
Black Tusk is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of its mineral property located in British Columbia, Canada. Pursuant to the Goldsmith option agreement, the company currently has an option to acquire a 100-per-cent undivided interest in the Goldsmith property situated in the Kootenays, approximately 65 kilometres north of the city of Kaslo, B.C.
Linda Dandy, PGeo, the author of the company's technical report on the Goldsmith property, is a qualified person as that term is defined under National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this news release.
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