Tremendous exploration potential

Usha Resources Ltd (TSXV:USHA; OTCQB:USHAF; FSE: JO0) has secured access to the nearby Abiwin project area to the northeast, adjacent to its flagship White Willow project in Ontario, covering 38 mineral claims. This adds additional target pegmatites to the existing 10 targets already identified for Usha’s planned maiden drilling program. Collectively, the White Willow LCT pegmatite field now covers a strike length of 44 kilometers.

The Abiwin mining claims are geologically similar to the White Willow property and lie along the trend of the Maple Leaf pegmatite as well as the corridor of fractionated pegmatite identified on the White Willow property. Covering 22,000 hectares, it now controls a significant part of a new lithium district near which other lithium companies have already successfully proven resources.

Preliminary trenching on the Abiwin project has resulted in the discovery of 29 pegmatite dykes. The muscovite geochemistry in these pegmatites indicates a strongly fractionated signature. LIBS[i] analyses returned up to 6,700 ppm rubidium (Rb) and a K/Rb ratio of ~13 (potassium/rubidium), indicative of spodumene-type pegmatites. The White Willow LCT pegmatite field hosts ~44 kilometers of ultramafic intrusions with historical assessment work reporting up to 33 g/t Pt+Pd and 3% Cu in grab samples and up to 0.72% Zn over 2 meters in chip samples.

Figure 1 – Location map for the White Willow Project. The Abiwin Block extends the LCT pegmatite corridor to ~44 km.

Deepak Varshney, CEO of Usha Resources, commented, “The Abiwin claims are an exciting addition to our growing portfolio of critical metal deposits in Ontario, and the preliminary results from the pegmatites highlight the potential for new discoveries in this rapidly expanding White Willow LCT pegmatite area. The claims are in an excellent setting for spodumene-type pegmatites, within the metasedimentary rocks of the Quetico sub-province and only 3 kilometers from the Quetico Fault, and offer tremendous exploration potential not only for lithium but also for a broad range of critical metals.”

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