Foremost Lithium Resource and Technology started exploration earlier this month that will lay the ground work for a diamond drill program on their Jean Lake Lithium Property in the Snow Lake District. They report the first step of this process included the mobilizing of field crews to their 1002 hectare property where the beryl high grade spodumene bearing pegmatite dykes were uncovered in August 2021 with assays of 3.89 percent and 5.17 percent lithium hydroxide. Field work is being staged from a base in Snow Lake with helicopter support from Gogal Air Services.
Foremost’s John Gravelle stated they are so encouraged at the potential of this property the company plans to run two teams operating separate drill rigs simultaneously. He adds they are also very much looking forward to the results from Zoro’s Dyke One bulk sample as this crucial catalyst proving six percent battery grade lithium hydroxide will be an important milestone as they market to potential battery makers and important partners globally.