Forest Service Approves Ucore’s Field Program

- September 16th, 2013

The United States Forest Service has approved the field program for Ucore Rare Metals’ (TSXV:UCU) Bokan-Dotson Ridge rare earths project in Alaska.

The United States Forest Service has approved the field program for Ucore Rare Metals’ (TSXV:UCU) Bokan-Dotson Ridge rare earths project in Alaska. The company stated on Monday that the program, including a late-stage drill program and construction of an interim camp, will generate baseline information required for completion of the feasibility study.

As quoted in the press release:

“The approval of our field program is yet another benchmark on the road to production at Bokan, said Jim McKenzie, President & CEO of Ucore. “Permission to build an onsite camp to replace the Company’s former barge-based facility is a significant milestone not granted lightly by the US Forest Service. This achievement, together with Bokan’s location in an area already designated for resource development — known as a USFS Mineral Prescription — are positive indicators for future development at Bokan. Our thanks to the US Forest Service for the positive outcome of the application and review process.”

Click here for the full press release by Ucore Rare Metals (TSXV:UCU) 

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