Far Resources reports they completed an aeromagnetic survey of its Zoro Lithium property near Snow Lake in a joint venture with Strider Resources. The survey was flown by drone or unmanned aerial vehicle. It covered a 1 kilometer by 2.5 kilometer grid with 25 meter line spacing for a total 100 line kilometers of surveying. The company believes that data collected using this extremely cost effective survey tool will be valuable in assisting with targeting additional lithium bearing pegmatite dykes that are completely hidden below overburden.
Far also completed their fourth diamond drilling program at the Zoro Lithium Project in the last week of February and are awaiting the results.