Harvest Gold Announces That Dr. Len Brownlie Has Been Appointed a Consultant to the Company


Vancouver, British Columbia, May 4, 2017‑ Harvest Gold Corporation (TSX.V: HVG) (“Harvest Gold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Len Brownlie, Ph.D., to act as a consultant to the Company.

Len Brownlie has been in the exploration and mining business for the past 25 years. Until January of 2016 he was the President and CEO of Goldrush Resources Ltd., a gold focused exploration Company that raised over $14 million for gold exploration in Burkina Faso and then defined and sold the 0.4M ounce Ronguen gold deposit before merging with First Mining Finance Corp.  He has also been on the Board or senior management teams of Discovery PGM Resources, Skygold Ventures and Sherwood Mining Corp.

Importantly to Harvest Gold and its stated property investigation objectives, Dr. Brownlie was the Corporate Secretary and a Director of First Silver Reserve Inc. First Silver Reserve Inc was a Mexican silver mining company that produced 2M ounces of silver annually from the San Martin Mine and was merged into NYSE listed First Majestic Silver Corp. in 2006.

Harvest Gold’s’ President and CEO Rick Mark states: “I have known Len over the past 10 years during his time with Goldrush and have always appreciated his ability, from a scientific background, to understand the mining exploration business.   He has a proven ability to see value in management teams and opportunities in various environments. Recently, he has been assisting us in evaluating gold/silver opportunities in Mexico and it is time to formalize Harvest’s relationship with Len.  I am delighted he has agreed to join us as a Consultant and I look forward to continuing our work together.”


Joel Matheson,
Harvest Gold Corporation

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Rick Mark or Jan Urata
@ 604.682.2928 or

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