Millrock Resources – Millrock Resources and Kinross begin sampling at Liberty Bell

In this episode, Gregory Beischer the President, Director, and CEO of Millrock Resources sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss the latest developments with Joint Venture Partner Kinross at the Liberty Bell Project located in the Bonnifield Mining District, Alaska. The
project is located 115 km (70 mi) southwest of Fairbanks. Liberty Bell has similar attributes to the Tetlin Project near Tok, Alaska. Speculators will note the low cost exploration to accomplish sampling targets. Funding will be conducted by JV Partner Kinross. Millrock Resources once again will be one of the featured exhibitors at the Sprott Natural Resources Symposium 25-28 July in Vancouver, BC. Last Mr. Beischer will highlight catalyst for Millrock Resources.

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https://youtu.be/b32AmLGzTW4

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Proven & Probable

Maurice Jackson

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