Armed with two highly promising exploration properties in prolific mineral regions of Alaska, Linux Gold Corp. (OTC BB: LNXGF) is moving aggressively to develop both its Dime Creek Gold and Platinum Property near the Granite Mountain Project and the Fish Creek Prospect.
"Our corporate goal is to focus on highly prospective properties that could become large producing mines," says Linux Gold President John Robertson.
Linux Gold began exploring in Alaska's Seward Peninsula in 2005 and quickly staked mining claims in the Granite Mountain and Dime Creek area. Teck Cominco owns the world's largest zinc deposit some 180 miles to the north of the Granite Mountain and Dime Creek area where it has identified over $20 million worth of zinc reserves.
Kinross Gold's Fort Knox mill, is located within six miles os Linux's Fish Creek Prospect. Kinross recently shared results of a geophysical survey that identified six gold targets on Linux's Fish Creek Prospect.
Linux Gold's Alaskan properties show strong gold mineralization, as well as clear evidence of a wide range of other metals. The properties are near major deposits and operating mines and both have a history of placer and shallow hand mining.