International Millennium Mining (“IMMC” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:IMI) reports on the results from the first of two 2017 geology programs on its Silver Peak, Nevada, Property, a property consisting of approximately 4,000 contiguous acres covering no less than fourteen (14) fault/vein structures, of which two (2) zones have historically produced 9.8 million oz of silver and 52.9 thousand oz of gold.
During its 2017 Summer program, the Company completed prospecting, rock sampling and geological mapping over the southern portion of its Silver Peak Project to:
- Evaluate the fifty (50) newly acquired contiguous lode claims to the south and east of the Nivloc Property, which acquisition was announced in the Company’s April 11, 2017 news release;
- Prospect for the extension of the Nivloc Zone detailed in the Company’s July 2012 NI 43-101 Inferred Mineral Resource technical report; and,
- Delineate targets for the Company’s 2018 drill program, which program is rescheduled to late Spring 2018, largely due to the Company’s focus on completing the acquisition of an additional thirty-nine (39) contiguous claims to the north of the Nivloc 172 claims block, announced on December 4, 2017, and completion of the 2017 Winter prospecting, rock sampling and geological mapping program.