White Creek Mine

The White Creek property was originally explored by the BHP World Discovery Group in 1998. Regional stream sediment sampling identified a number of drainage basins radiating from the White Creek property that returned anomalous gold. BHP then conducted a widely spaced (1.4 km x 400 metre) soil geochemistry survey and identified a large gold in soil anomaly. However, BHP never conducted any further work on this property. This gold anomaly is considered to be the eastern extension of the Arakaka trend, a northeast-trending mineralized and structural corridor within the Barima-Waini District of Northwestern Guyana.

In 2007, StrataGold and Newmont re-sampled the drainage basins as well as one of the historical BHP soil lines on the White Creek property and confirmed the presence of significant gold values in both stream sediments and soil anomalies over (greater than) 6.0 km in length.

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White Creek

Independant alluvial operations on the White Creek property.

White Creek

Historical smaples show anomalous gold on the White Creek propery.

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