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Pegmatite scientists to accompany Far Resources’ field crew on Manitoba lithium project

by Greg Klein | June 7, 2017

Far Resources CSE:FAT returns to its Zoro hard rock lithium property in mid-June, this time with two highly respected pegmatite scientists. Dr. Robert Linnen of the University of Western Ontario and Dr. Tania Martins of the Manitoba Geological Survey will accompany the crew “to evaluate the possibility of academic research of the Zoro pegmatite system,” Far Resources announced.

Pegmatite scientists to accompany Far Resources’ field crew on Manitoba lithium project

The company’s agenda for the Snow Lake-region project calls for mapping and prospecting, mineralogical and geochemical research, upgrading the 3D model for Dyke #1 and examining the property’s six other known spodumene-bearing pegmatite dykes.

The program should ready the project for another round of drilling on Dyke #1 and an eventual 43-101 technical report.

Released last week, assays from the seven-hole, 1,088-metre Phase II drill campaign reached up to 1.2% Li2O over 38.3 metres and 1.7% over 10.7 metres.

Last month the company took on an accelerated payment plan to hasten Zoro’s 100% acquisition and drop the price by $200,000. Also last month, Far Resources closed an oversubscribed private placement of $315,000.

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