Idaho’s unique and mineral-rich geology has been created by huge tectonic forces operating over millions of years.

The Stibnite Gold Project area sits on top of nearly 14,000 square miles of mountainous granite known as the Idaho Batholith, which formed about 100 million years ago. Later, about 50 million years ago, volcanic activity cracked the granite and left behind the mineral deposits that human scientists have found in modern times.

We continue to explore this part of Idaho and our scientists are working collaboratively with the Idaho Geological Survey, the United States Geologic Survey and academic institutions such as Boise State University, the University of Idaho and the University of Nevada to improve our understanding of the wonderful and unique geologic history of the Stibnite Gold Project site.

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