|April 19, 2013|
Glenn Scott, PG, Joins Bitterroot Resources' Technical Advisory Board
|Mr. Glenn Scott, PG. has joined Bitterroot Resources Ltd.'s (BTT, TSX-V) Technical Advisory Board. Mr. Scott is a registered professional geologist in the United States. He is a graduate of Michigan Technological University (B.Sc. Geology 1966, M.Sc. Geology 1969), with more than 40 years of experience in mineral exploration, mine development, surface and underground mine operations, ore reserve modelling, grade control, mine planning/optimization and reconciliation. Mr. Scott recently retired from Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. as Chief Geologist of the Cliffs Technical Group. He has held operational and consulting roles in gold, copper, coal and iron mines and exploration projects with Cliffs Natural Resources, Callahan Mining Corporation, Western Mining Corporation, Copper Range Company and Bear Creek Mining Company.|
Mr. Scott will advise Bitterroot's Board of Directors and management on the Company's ongoing nickel-copper-PGM exploration program in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Bitterroot management's primary objective is the advancement of the Company's nickel-copper-PGM targets in Michigan. Management is currently assessing various corporate options, with the goal of financing a drilling program in Michigan in 2013.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael S. Carr
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