Kalamazoo ramps up exploration in Pilbara gold free-for-all

Emerging gold prospector Kalamazoo Resources is preparing for an extensive exploration venture in the Pilbara region following the successful exploits of neighbours such as De Grey Mining, Novo Resources and Segue Resources.

Kalamazoo has signed an agreement with Sayona, more known for lithium exploration, to carry out gold assays from soil samples procured from the latter’s lithium project at The Sisters, whose northeastern region remains unexplored.

The news follows an announcement last month from the company stating that it had optioned 80–100 per cent equity in three Pilbara gold projects, including the above-mentioned The Sisters project, as well as DOM’s Hill and Marble Bar.

“Kalamazoo has always been exploring in the Pilbara and was in fact named after a small train that ran from Marble Bar to Port Hedland,” said company chairperson Luke Reinehr.

“The resurgence of gold exploration in the Pilbara — added with the recent gold nugget discoveries in the region by several ASX listed companies — is what’s driving Kalamazoo’s continued gold exploration interest in the area.”

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