Element 79 Gold Corp Receives Exploration Permit for Lucero Project from Chachas Community
Element 79 Gold Corp, a Canadian mining exploration company, has recently received an exploration permit for their Lucero project from the Chachas Community. This permit will allow Element 79 Gold Corp to explore the area for potential gold deposits.
The Lucero project, which is located in south central Peru, is a region with high gold potential. Due to its isolated location, it has been largely unexplored by mining companies. Element 79 Gold Corp is the the first to gain a permit to do so from the Chachas Community. This joint venture between Element 79 Gold Corp and the local community seeks to benefit both in the discovery of natural resources and economic development.
Element 79 Gold Corp is known for taking an environmentally responsible and socially aware approach to their mining ventures. This can be seen in the permit they received from the Chachas Community, which includes strict environmental safeguards and an agreement to provide jobs and beneficial economic development.
For Element 79 Gold Corp, this new exploration agreement is good news. The company has experienced success with its gold exploration efforts in the region, most recently drilling eight diamond drill holes at the Martha project that each intersected with gold.
As for the Chachas Community, they are looking forward to the economic opportunities and development the agreement with Element 79 brings to the region.
The exploration permit for the Lucero project marks a new beginning for Element 79 Gold Corp and the Chachas Community. It is a positive step towards the exploration of natural resources and a better economic future for the region. With Element 79 Gold Corp’s leadership and experience in the field, this new venture is likely to be a success.