BLACK TUSK TO START DRILLING AT GOLDEN VALLEY JULY 18
Mr. Richard Penn reports
BLACK TUSK RESOURCES INC. TO BEGIN DIAMOND DRILLING ON THE GOLDEN VALLEY PROJECT, QUEBEC
Black Tusk Resources Inc. plans to begin diamond drilling on July 18, 2019, on the company's Golden Valley project. All permits are in place and construction of access and drill pads will be completed shortly before the drill start-up.
The projected drill plan includes up to 3,000 metres of drilling over two stages. Stage 1 is designed to explore and sample gold-bearing structures that were intercepted by previous exploration of the property as documented in government assessment reports (see news release dated June 10, 2019). Stage 1 will comprise up to 1,500 metres of drilling over an estimated 10 drill sites spread over the target areas.
Stage 2 is planned to follow up on results of the stage 1 drilling and is scheduled to begin after all of the samples have been analyzed and the data has been synthesized and interpreted. Stage 2 drilling will expand upon significant results obtained from stage 1.
Diamond drilling has been contracted to Forage Roby Drilling of Val d'Or, Que. "We are extremely pleased with the progress on the Golden Valley project and look forward to commencing diamond drilling this summer on our primary targets," said Richard Penn, chief executive officer of Black Tusk Resources.
The Golden Valley project is located 26 kilometres south of the Hecla Mining Corp.'s Casa Berardi gold mine and lies within the Abitibi greenstone belt that is host to many world-class mineral deposits.
About Black Tusk Resources Inc.
Black Tusk Resources is a Canadian exploration company developing gold-focused projects in world-class mineral regions, British Columbia's Slocan mining division and Quebec's Abitibi greenstone belt.
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