Chisna Project

The Chisna project in the Chistochina mining district of Southcentral Alaska, funded by Ocean Park Ventures Corporation, which signed a 2010 agreement with the Ahtna Native Corporation to explore the mining district for gold. Two claims with copper and gold potential exist in the Chistochina mining district: the Northwest POW claim and the Southeast Chisna claim. The Northwest Chisna POW claim is projected to produce 13.0 g/t of gold, and the Southeast Chisna claim is projected to produce 7.11 percent copper and 11.45 g/t of gold. Historical placer deposits in the Chistochina mining district have produced 180,000 ounces of gold. The map below shows the extent of the gold zone in the Chisna claim. The 2010 report highlights the latest developments and exploration of the Chisna claim.

2011 Chisna Gold and Copper Exploration Map (Ocean Park Ventures Corp.)
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