Active Mineral Exploration
There are several active stage mineral exploration projects on Doyon, Limited surface and subsurface lands. These lands were selected by early ANCSA leadership for their mineral potential to create and promote in-region economic opportunity including jobs, training, education, and contracting opportunities short- and long-term.
Doyon, Limited’s goal is to promote projects that provide important economic opportunities for shareholders and communities. Agreements include local hiring benefits and scholarship contributions. Doyon pursues the utmost communication and environmental standards in its natural resource exploration.
Tribes and ANCSA corporations receive regular updates and annual updates from Doyon and the organizations that we sign agreements with. Regular updates include direct box holder mail outs, newsletter updates, phone calls, emails, virtual webinar meetings, and in-person community updates when in compliance with local COVID-19 measures.
Wiseman is an early stage base metals and gold exploration agreement with Wiseman Metals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mine Discovery Fund. The agreement was signed in March 2022 and the first year of exploration activities will take place in summer 2022 including drilling, geophysical surveys and data analysis.
This project includes over 290,000 acres of Doyon surface and subsurface lands.
Flat is an early stage gold exploration project with Tectonic Metals, Inc. The agreement was signed in 2021 and the first year of exploration is anticipated for summer 2022 including on ground surface sampling and potential drilling.
This project includes 92,000 acres of Doyon surface and subsurface lands.
mt. harper and carrie creek
Mt. Harper and Carrie Creek is an early stage gold exploration project with Tectonic Metals, Inc. The agreement was signed in 2020. Prior work includes surface sampling and RAB and RC drilling.
This project includes 65,000 acres of Doyon surface and subsurface lands.
The Seventymile project is an early stage gold exploration project with Tectonic Metals, Inc. The agreement was signed in 2018. Prior work includes RAB drilling.
This project includes 150,000 acres of Doyon surface and subsurface lands.