Maple Leaf is located adjacent to the Black Mountain Tectonic Zone, the same structural trend that hosts the Tibbs Project and Northern Star’s Brink gold prospect.
Limited exploration work in 2007 was unable to explain the source of the high-grade quartz boulders. The property has remained dormant for 13 years, and is primed for modern, systematic exploration guided by a new geological interpretation.
Historic sampling of quartz boulders returned values from trace to 19.1 g/t Au, with associated bismuth, arsenic, and tellurium, similar to the operating Pogo and Fort Knox gold mines.
Maple Leaf is 100% Tectonic owned, with no royalties or encumbrances.