First American Uranium Focuses on 4 Potential Drill Zones

First American Uranium Inc. has submitted revised project maps and enhancements to the exploration plan for its Red Basin Uranium/Vanadium Property in Catron County, New Mexico, USA. This project encompasses 26 lode claims, covering approximately 537 acres (about 217 hectares), and is situated roughly 250 miles (approximately 402 km) north of the sole operational uranium mill in the United States.
The original exploration plan for the Red Basin Project was initially submitted in 2013. However, First American Uranium has recently revised and updated the exploration plan, which now includes a redesigned project map with some key elements: The boundaries of the company’s 26 lode claims (depicted in black); Four potential drilling zones identified as Areas 1 through 4.

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