Beaver Creek Lithium Prospect

MONTANA, USA

Project Highlights

Historic findings of up to 1,500 ppm Lithium

Recorded by USGS geologist in 1975-1976 as they investigated lithium occurrences and anomalies near Lincoln, Montana, USA

Lithium-rich beds extend 1.3 km by 0.3 km near Beaver Creek

Beds comprise various rock types, including marlstone, oil shale, limestone, conglomerate, and tuff

Beds on Beaver Creek, averaging 500 ppm
(over 99 samples)

Surface sampling across 1.3km target area planned during H1, 2024 to follow up on historic sampling results

* Please see November 22, 2023 press release for more information / Technical Disclosure

Top 10 Lithium Samples

* Please see November 22, 2023 press release for more information / Technical Disclosure

Location & Access

  • Near the town of Lincoln, Montana, USA
  • 11 km northwest of Highway 200 via U.S.F.S. maintained roads
  • 135 km east of the nearest major airport
  • Minerals are managed by Bureau of Land Managemnt (BLM), Billings, MT
  • Surface land is managed by the U.S. Forest Service, Helena National Forest

Qualified Person (QP)

The technical information contained in this website was reviewed and approved by Eric Saderholm P.Geo, Director of Canter, a Qualified Person (QP), as defined under National Instrument 43-101-Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

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