Ridgeline Minerals starts new 3,500 metre drilling program at Selena gold-silver project in Nevada

Ridgeline Minerals starts new 3,500 metre drilling program at Selena gold-silver project in Nevada

Ridgeline Minerals Corp (CVE:RDG) (OTCQB:RDGMF) has kicked off a 3,500 metre drilling program at its Selena precious metals project in Nevada. The reverse circulation, infill and step-out drill program will try to further define the scale of the shallow-oxide silver gold discovery at Selena, which is located in White Pine County. Vancouver-based Ridgeline is targeting a maiden resource at the project by late 2022. READ: Ridgeline Minerals nearly doubles silver-gold strike length at Selena property in Nevada Ridgeline’s drill program will consist of up to 17 holes across the over two-kilometre strike length between the new discovery and the Sonic target, which is located around 1.3 kilometres north. In a statement, Ridgeline’s vice president exploration Mike Harp called the new drill program the company’s most aggressive to date. “We are excited to get back out to the field and continue expanding the shallow-oxide, silver-gold footprint at Selena with our most aggressive drill program to date. A mix of infill and step-out drilling will selectively target high-grade mineralization within the known mineralized footprint as well as the projection of shallower mineralization to the north of our known discovery at the highly prospective Sonic target, already host to shallow historical drill intercepts,” he said. Selena is comprised of 35 square kilometers of highly prospective exploration ground that has only seen limited exploration activity over the past twenty years prior to being acquired by Ridgeline in 2019. Contact Angela at angela@proactiveinvestors.com Follow her on Twitter @AHarmantas

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