Buscar Company has the rights to and operate the Treasure Canyon Lode Mine. The Company created Eon Mining CA to be the operating company to develop, restore and enhance mining on the “Treasure Canyon Lode Mine”. Treasure Canyon Lode Mine contains multiple heavy veins (5 minimum) containing gold, silver, PGMs, copper, and rare earth metals as shown in the Geologist Appraisal Report. Here is a link to the summary of the report: Summary.
Geophysical surveys have been undertaken to map the surface expression of the veins. Trenches and test holes have been dug to explore the extent of the mineralization. The tunnel was dug on one of the gold bearing veins known on the claims. The tunnel turned northward off of an existing tunnel based on a geochemical anomaly near the floor of the older tunnel. The tunnel was advanced thirty-seven (37) feet towards the north and most of the material that was extracted was found to be mineralized and therefore was stockpiled on site.
A major forest fire in 2006 burned all of the wood supports, sides, and roofing out of the tunnel resulting in the tunnel collapsing. However, the tunnel can easily be cleaned out. The Treasure Canyon Lode has been worked by Thomas Heathman for nearly 20 years.
Thomas W. Heathman:
President, Director, Mining Officer
* Master of Science Degree in Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 1993
* Master of Applied Geography, Texas State University, Focus on Environmental and Resource Management , 1991
* Bachelor of Science Degree in Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, 1978
Mr. Heathman has the education and experience in geology, in-ground asset valuation, cost analysis of industrial, environmental and mining processes to manage and support a variety of large-scale programs in the mining and extraction industries. He started his career in the minerals exploration and extraction industry, moved into energy exploration and extraction, and has spent sixteen years in the environmental field. Throughout his career, his technical expertise has focused on the cost and risk analyses of resources and industrial and extractive processes, which provides him with a solid background to evaluate the reserves and resources of the Treasure Canyon Lode Claims.
Mr. Heathman has been involved in the identification of valid mineral prospects, the staking of claims, sampling of surface exposures, and geophysical survey planning for Treasure Canyon Lode Claims for the last 12 years . Mr. Heathman brings his broad experience in cost, risk, and mineral economic evaluation analyses to support various aspects of the company. .
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