American Creek Resources is a precious metals exploration company with an impressive portfolio of high-potential gold and silver projects in British Columbia. These include properties in B.C.'s prolific Golden Triangle, one of the richest areas of mineralization in the world. Our objective is to provide our shareholders with an exceptional opportunity for growth by positioning ourselves to take full advantage of what many experts believe is the begining of next major precious metals bull run.
30,200 g/t Silver Discovery at Electrum Property. See news release to the right. For last years high grade discovery and background to this years program click here.
"One of the most important mineral trends of northwestern British Columbia extends from near the town of Stewart north to the Treaty Glacier" - Nelson / Kyba, British Columbia Geological Survery, Ministry of energy and Mines 2014
Both the Electrum property and Treaty Creek property lie within this heavily mineralized trend which has produced four past producing commercial mines with another (Brucejack - Pretivm) coming on line next year.
The Treaty Creek property is having a Magnetotelluric Survey run on it with drilling to start soon. Click below to watch interview with CEO and President Darren Blaney. Aug 3, 2016
|TREATY CREEK: "In the right neighbourhood of B.C.'s next big deposit" - B.C. Geological Survey 2014. Click image below
||Click image for Treaty Creek Magnetotellurics
The high-grade ELECTRUM PROPERTY recently had a program run on it. CLICK HERE for the Electrum presentation and HERE for the 2015 drill program presentation. The highly mineralized gossans on the Electrum are shown in the image at the top of this page.
Mineralization in the TREATY CREEK PROPERTY lies within the same broad hydrothermal system that generated the several deposits on the Seabridge Gold (TSX: SEA) and on the adjacent Pretivm (TSX: PVG) properties (Savell, 2012; Kruchkowski, 2014). Mineralization delineated on these adjacent claim blocks are world class in size, world class in extent, and will ultimately require revision of textbook descriptions for these ore deposit types. Initial work completed on Treaty Creek is compelling. CLICK HERE for a short presentation.
|Short Treaty Presentation
||Treaty Geological Presentation|