Projects


PROJECT MILESTONE:
Latest Maps from Richard Todd, showing Ore Tonnage Estimates for Lama De Oro:


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         7/20/2014


PROJECT MILESTONE: The Strachan Report




        La Dama de Oro Property

        A 26 Page economic gold potential report on the La Dama de Oro Property - written by Donald G. Strachan, Economic Geologist MSc CPG now available for viewing.




PROJECT MILESTONE: Bureau of Land Management Approval

"Three years of Environmental Impact Studies and Reports presented to the two regulatory agencies, the Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, has led to a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), and authorization has been granted to MGME, Inc., to move forward with the surface core-drilling and underground exploration work at the La Dama de Oro Mine near Victorville, California. The recent rise in the price of gold has led smaller mining companies to take a fresh look at mines that closed down in the 40's and 50's, that have now become feasible to reopen. Less than a handful of underground mines have been permitted to be re-examined in Southern California, and the La Dama de Oro the only one in San Bernardino County since the War Powers Act of 1941 drove many smaller mines to close. Pre-mobilization activities for the project commenced October 15, 2012."





Exploration and Development Program Phase 1:







Bureau of Land Management Approval:

After many months of requirements, surveys, discussions and modifications to our original filing of a Plan of Operations with the BLM Barstow Field Office, Mohave Gold Mining & Exploration, Inc. is proud to announce we have finally been granted authorization to proceed with our Exploration and Development Plan both on the mining claims and the millsite areas.





PROJECT MILESTONES - LA DAMA DE ORO

From 2004 to 2009, although mineral sampling and annual claim work continued, the price of gold at about $400 to $600 per oz meant that the claims would be marginally unprofitable as a larger mine, but the potential remained for independent small miner status, low tonnage, profitability. As the price of gold and silver metals rose, the mine was listed for sale by Mr. Burleson, and since 2010 is now awaiting signatures on the final sale agreement which includes a condition that all initial mine development work to obtain proven reserves under the guidelines of The JORC Code (later described within our narratives), would be paid by the purchaser. With written approval from the purchaser, the La Dama de Oro mineral property sale will be described in future MGME news articles.





Phase 1 - Plan View Drill Pad 4a (Click to enlarge)





Phase 1 - X-section View (Click to enlarge)





BLM Approval Letter
Bureau of Land Management Approval Letter



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