Black Rock Gold-Copper Prospect

The Black Rock Prospect is located approximately 60km northeast of Visionary’s Wolf Gold Project and 13km north of Jeffrey City, WY, within Archean basement rocks of the Wyoming Craton.  Significant Au, Cu, and Co values have been identified in soil and rock chip samples along a sheared lithologic contact within pre-Cambrian granite gneiss and magnetite-rich gabbro. A subsequent ground magnetic survey suggests that Cu and Au mineralization is associated with a high magnetic contrast zone which appears to represent a sheared lithologic contact where surface mineralization was discovered. Visionary has staked 35 mining claims and leased 640 acres of land owned by the State of Wyoming at Black Rock, covering a total land position of approximately 1,340 acres.

To date, a total of 52 rock samples and 218 grid soil samples have been analyzed, with select rock samples in the target area listed in Table 1.  Sample results ranged from below the detection limit to the high values shown in the table below.


Table 1: Select Rock Chip Samples from Black Rock Prospect

Visionary’s Spring 2022 field program at Black Rock, which is already underway, will include detailed structural and lithological mapping, additional ground magnetic surveying and possible electromagnetics surveying to test for extensions of the mineralized structure ahead of drilling planned for later this year.
 

Figure 1. Black Rock Gold, Copper Soil Anomalies (top right and left), Magnetic Susceptibility Survey (bottom left) and Satellite Imagery (bottom right)