Will Randall, PG // Freeman Gold Corp.

An Update on the Lemhi Gold Project, Idaho

The Lemhi Gold Project hosts historically defined gold mineralization over a 600 metre by 500 metre area, extending from surface down to at least 200 metres. Mineralization has been defined by over 355 historical drill holes, and consists of gently dipping, flat lying zones of gold mineralization that remain open both at depth and along strike. The shallow gold mineralization appears well oxidized and potentially amenable to open pit, heap leach mining. The company is working towards a maiden NI 43-101 resource estimate, ultimately targeting a 1.5 to 2-million-ounce gold deposit.

About the Presenter

Will Randall has over 20 years of experience in the mining and mineral exploration industry. He acquired, discovered, and developed the Sal de los Angeles lithium brine project in Argentina and led it through resource development, feasibility, mine permitting, and initial construction. Will has been involved in the successful development of several mining projects, including joint ventures with majors and national governments. He holds a BS in Geology and an MS in Economic Geology from the University of Toronto.


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