Jameson Stanford is engaged in the development of productive mining claims in the Western United States. Its current specific focus is on activities in connection with two high-grade copper, gold, silver, and base metals properties in Utah.
Located in the Star Mountain range of Beaver County, Utah, is the company's Star Mountain project, which involves total area of 4,998 acres with borders expanding in accordance with exploration results. Star Mountain consists of 117 lode mining claims and four metalliferous mineral lease sections.
Ogden Bay Minerals is the company's second area of interest. This developing mineral excavation project is located on federal protected wetlands, canals, and river systems in West Ogden, Utah. Here, large deposits of alluvial mineral deposits are created and replenished from 125 miles of river flow from the nearby Wasatch Mountain Range. Jameson Stanford believes it can extract gold, silver, silica, and other commercial metals and minerals in this area by using gravity separation methods.
In 2014, the company hopes to commence production and mining operations at a third project in Juab County, Utah. The company's Spor Mountain project consists of nine lode mining claims and three metalliferous mineral lease sections involving a total area of 2,098 acres.
Continuing to strengthen and grow its portfolio, Jameson Stanford also seeks to identify and acquire under-developed mining claims and mineral leases that demonstrate significant unexploited production value.
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