Harvest Gold Initiates Program To Establish Drill Targets At Tibiti Project In Suriname


Vancouver, B.C., April 27, 2017 ‑ Harvest Gold Corporation (TSX.V: HVG) (the “Company” or “Harvest Gold”) is pleased to announce that it has now started a program to develop drill targets at Tibiti, its flagship gold property in Suriname. The program consists of a data review, including the modelling of existing geophysical data, sampling, auger drilling and trenching. The budget for the program will be approximately $135,000, which incorporates the logistical costs of maintaining the camp during the program. It is expected to last 6 weeks.

Harvest Gold President and CEO Rick Mark states: “It has been over four years since Canasur’s last work at Tibiti, so we are excited to get back on the ground with a specific focus to establish drill targets. Our Suriname based geologist Dennis LaPoint will oversee the program for Harvest Gold. Road access to Tabiti has been significantly improved recently, making the trip from the capital city of Paramaribo less than three hours, which lowers our costs and time required for access, so we are taking advantage of that now.”

The exploration program will consist of three steps:

  1. A 3D interpretation of the existing Terraquest geophysical survey. The modelling process is an excellent low cost supplement to developing new targets
  2. A pre-trenching evaluation of the status of the concession and camp and current small scale mining. The primary focus is to prepare logistics for the program and survey the possible sites for new trenches. Sites will then be determined based on auger drilling results and prior trenching.
  3. Using the information from Steps 1 and 2, conduct new trenching focusing on the best areas of auger anomalies and the 3D geophysics interpretation.

More information on Tibiti is available on the Company website at:

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

Joel Matheson,
Harvest Gold Corporation

For more information please contact: Rick Mark or Jan Urata
@ 604.682.2928 or

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