Scotch Creek Ventures says it has been granted the required drill permits for its Highlands West lithium property in Nevada’s Clayton Valley, Kallanish reports.
The British Columbia-based company also reports that project claims have grown from 5,960 to 6,360 acres along the central and southwest margins of the valley, the top lithium hotspot in the United States.
Scotch Creek’s 400-acre claim extension encompasses newly prospective, basin margin rock…
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