Serengeti geologists completed a mapping and sampling program at Arjay, collecting 65 rock samples and 68 soil samples on a 250m grid.
Serengeti Resources (TSXV:SIR) has reported results from recent field mapping and geophysical work at the company’s wholly-owned Arjay and West Goldway properties in British Columbia.
The properties, located approximately 6km west of the Omenica Resource Access Road and 45km south-southeast of Centerra Gold’s Kemess project, have now been connected via staking to form the Arjay-Goldway claim group. Serengeti is also pleased to provide an update on the Atty drilling program.
According to the release, company geologists completed a mapping and sampling program at Arjay, collecting 65 rock samples and 68 soil samples on a 250m grid. Two reconnaissance induced-polarization lines were also conducted at Arjay-Goldway, and three additional IP lines were completed at Atty after drilling had finished.
As quoted in the press release, president and CEO of Serengeti, David Moore said:
“The Arjay project continues to return high-grade copper and silver in grab samples, reinforcing what we saw on the project at the very end of the 2018 season. This year’s sampling and mapping work, backed up by some strong geophysical anomalies, has identified some exciting drill targets for follow up in 2020.”