Nevada Sunrise Gold Corp. (“Nevada Sunrise”, TSX-V: NEV) is a mineral exploration company with a portfolio of gold, cobalt, copper, and lithium brine projects in Nevada, USA. Nevada Sunrise is a prospect generator that applies the extensive exploration experience and technical skills of its exploration team to search for and acquire new mineral projects that are advanced internally, or offered for joint venture.
- Coronado VMS Property located in Pershing County, south of Winnemucca. Coronado surrounds the past-producing Big Mike open pit copper mine and is prospective for volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits. Nevada Sunrise has an option to earn a 100% interest.
- Kinsley Mountain Project, near Wendover, Nevada, which hosts a NI 43-101 compliant gold resource. Kinsley Mountain is a joint venture between Liberty Gold Corp. (79.06%) and Nevada Sunrise (20.94%).
- Lovelock Cobalt Mine Property located in Churchill County, near Lovelock. The Lovelock Mine had limited, but high-grade, production of cobalt, nickel and copper in the 1880s but has never been thoroughly explored in the modern era. Global Energy Metals Corp. has an option to earn an 85% interest.
- Treasure Box Copper Property, also located in Churchill County, near Lovelock. Historical production occurred in the 1860s but little drilling has been carried out in the modern era. Global Energy Metals Corp. has an option to earn an 85% interest.
- Neptune Property, and the Aquarius Property, 100% owned, both located in the Clayton Valley, near Silver Peak, the home of the only producing lithium mine in the United States, each prospective for lithium-bearing brines.
- Jackson Wash Property and the Gemini Property, 100% owned, both located in the Lida Valley, south of the Clayton Valley, each prospective for lithium-bearing brines.
- Atlantis Property, 100% owned, located in the northern Fish lake Valley, prospective for lithium-bearing brines and sediments.
To learn more about Nevada Sunrise Gold Corp., please contact:
Warren Stanyer, President, CEO & Director