Comprised of 2,800 acres of unpatented mining claims in the northwestern portion of the Idaho REE-Th Belt. Roberts is known mainly for its high sample grades to date, which include total rare earth oxide (TREO) samples as high as 21.5% TREO and 12% TREO. The mineralization at Roberts is the result of an unusual carbonatite seam and intrusive plug which are characterized by an exceptional REE concentration. REEs such as neodymium, praseodymium, and samarium occur in abundance.
Comprised of 1,040 acres of unpatented mining claims in the middle of the Idaho REE-Th Belt. Diamond Creek has a historic USGS resource which estimated 70,000+ tons of total rare earth elements at an average grade of 1.22% TREO. In 2022 we completed our first drill program at Diamond Creek, initial inspection of the core utilizing XRF analysis is favorable (see news release dated November 3rd) and we are still awaiting the official assays from the lab.
Comprised of approximately 7,600 acres of unpatented mining claims and state lease land, Lemhi Pass is located in the southeastern portion of the Idaho REE-Th Belt. Lemhi Pass is an expansive and highly prospective area covering many of the recognized historical prospects. In 2022, we focussed mainly on land acquisition and surface sampling over many of the different historic prospects. We believe that Lemhi Pass could easily be subdivided into five distinct “large-scale” projects/areas and we are in the process of further delineating these.