The Desperado property covers an area of approximately 1,650 acres and is located in Nye County within the historical Ellendale mining district, approximately 40 kilometres east of the town of Tonopah. Desperado is readily accessible by a series of local dirt roads connecting with Highway 6.
2020-2021 Exploration Program
During 2020-2021, Infield completed a surface exploration campaign at Desperado that consisted of geological mapping, prospecting, rock and soil sampling, and ground geophysical surveying, including ground magnetics ("MAG") and induced polarization ("IP").
2022 Drilling Campaign
The 2022 Desperado drilling campaign was designed to test lithological contacts and structural features for epithermal style mineralization. Infield commenced drilling in July and completed the program in August of 2022 for a total of 1,518 metres of reverse circulation (“RC”) drilling across ten drill holes, two of which (271 metres) are located on ground no longer controlled by Infield. Gold and silver in the area is known to occur in the types of rocks targeted in this campaign, however, only minor amounts of precious metals were returned from the RC rock chip samples that were submitted to the laboratory for analysis. Further review of the drilling data in context to the geological environment and additional studies would be required to better understand the potential of additional targets at Desperado.
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