A Development Opportunity
in Southeast Alaska

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About Niblack

Niblack Project Location

Niblack location

Niblack infrastructure

Niblack is an advanced mineral exploration project located 27 miles southwest of Ketchikan on Prince of Wales Island. Niblack's location in SE Alaska is important, as the region possesses a skilled workforce, excellent power and transportation infrastructure and a long history of public and official support for responsible mineral development and mining. Current operations in the region include the Greens Creek underground mine, located on SE Alaska's Admiralty Island, and the Kensington mine, an underground gold producer on the east side of Lynn Canal near Juneau.

The Niblack property consists of 6,200 acres of federal and state mineral claims, 250 acres of patented (private) lands and related mineral exploration permits, equipment and infrastructure. On-site infrastructure includes 3,300 feet of underground development, a water treatment plant and discharge system, a dock and barge camp as well as 1.5 miles of road.