Osceola Gold has rights to mining claims in the Osceola Mining district in Mary Ann Canyon, which is situated about 30 miles north of Ely, Nevada. This area is one of the most prolific gold areas in the State of Nevada. The largest Nugget in Nevada was found in Mary Ann Canyon and the Osceola Mining District. Although mining is not as popular as it once was, there is still large amounts of commodities in the ground to extract. Osceola Gold has had geological tests and several different studies done, which has helped them locate gold deposits which has enabled them to concentrate on areas that have rich soil to process and mine for successful outcomes.
Our Mission is to be a reliable and profitable gold mining operation by excavating, extracting, and controlling the assets. Our team will be held accountable while acting with integrity and transparency. The Osceola Mining District in Mary Ann Canyon has been historically one of the most prolific producers of gold deposits in of any of the Nevada regions. Based on the geological report prepared for the Osceola Gold by the geologists at Skookum Geological and samplings from the area., the estimated recoverable reserves of precious metal deposits for the entire Mav claims is approximately $4 Billion. These figures are based on a recovery rate of $32 – $40 per yard (.28 ounces per cubic yard). Historical mining in the district was focused on discovering nuggets leaving much of the fine gold in place. Moreover, early miners stopped at false bedrock leaving reserves beneath the false bedrock untouched. Visit the rest of our investor pages for more information on each aspect of the operation.
Osceola Gold has conducted multiple independent studies over the years to validate historical studies for this mining area in Mary Ann Canyon. We have compiled the key reports below for investor review. There are more recent reports, including the Russel Geological Report, Skookum Geological Report and magnetic test report which all validate the Gold Reserves Estimate.
Summary of existing reports, assessment of recent sampling, and proposals for future work for the Mary Ann Canyon are of the Osceola Mining District, White Pine County, NV. Evaluation and assessment opportunity report created by Gerry Griesel who was a senior geologist from Barrick Gold and Newton Mining currently a Senior Exploration Geologist for Nevada Gold Mines.
This report validates prior reports including the placement of ‘Paleozoic sediments’ beginning with Cambrian quartzite sediments, followed by limestone and shales – the bedrock on which the alluvial currently rests.
Mary Ann Canyon Property Gravity Survey GIS Database – RES Gravity & Paleo-Channels Looking East-Northeast.
Summary of the environment by the Bureau of Land Management for the Mary Ann Canyon area of the Osceola Mining District, White Pine County, NV.
Test to show the total magnetic intensity of residual for the Mary Ann Canyon area of the Osceola Mining District, White Pine County, NV.
Summary of the sub-surface geological structure utilizing quantum geo methodology to map the natural resource.
Thomas More – CEO/President
Thomas More is a serial and tenured entrepreneur who has now become the interim Chief Executive Officer with Osceola Gold. He has been an avid follower of the Osceola Gold Mine project and has visited the mine many times to learn and get an understanding of the entire mining process. He has now made the commitment to, first and foremost, to get the mine operating by following the geologic assays and prove the profitability of the project and then scale the operation to greater heights in the most efficient manner possible while being compliant with all government agencies and entities. More has an award winning and proven track record of entrepreneurial success based upon vision, a strong work ethic, and integrity. He is a self-made man and looks forward to guiding the Osceola Gold Mine project to levels of success that will deem it worthy as a legitimate Gold Mine that can benefit all investors in the near future and beyond. More is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas with a business degree and lives in Newport Beach, California
Lee DeCesare – Operations Manager
Lee was born and raised in Eastern Ohio. He has been in the same area his whole life. He is incredibly involved in his community and helping those around him with projects that they may be working on. Lee is a great person to oversee our operation coming in with good personal relationships with the employees and a great eye for detail. He is fiscally responsible with how to get the job done quickly, efficiently all while being cost-conscious. He has been involved in Mary Ann Canyon for over 10 years. He has explored, excavated, and extracted from this area with confidence and reliability. He is not afraid to get his hands dirty and get in to help with what needs to be done.
Carmen DeCesare – Director of Safety and Government Compliance
Carmen was born and raised in Eastern Ohio. When he was 23 he moved to Florida where he served in retail for 10 years. Soon after he met his wife Kathy who brought him, two great children. He found his passion in marketing for a Michigan manufacturer. Then his wife Kathy and he built a strong sales organization with nine outlets throughout Florida.
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