Bitterroot Resources Ltd.Bitterroot Resources Ltd. is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties in Michigan, British Columbia and Nunavut.
Bitterroot's Michigan subsidiary owns more than 360 square miles of mineral rights in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, making it one of the largest owners of mineral rights in the region. The Company's management has identified and is preparing to drill several targets which are prospective for Ni/Cu/PGM-bearing sulphide deposits similar to the high-grade Eagle deposit, which Rio Tinto recently agreed to sell to Lundin Mining Corporation for US$325-million.
Management minimizes commodity risk by exploring for several mineral commodities (primarily copper, nickel, gold and platinum group metals). Political risks and exploration costs are minimized by keeping the bulk of its exploration investments in mining-friendly, road-accessible locations in North America.