PRESCOTT, Ariz., March 1, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Western Sierra Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:WSRA) confirmed today that it had started work on the NI-43-101 report for the Gold Basin mine located near Prescott, Arizona.
The Gold Basin placer mine is comprised of 4 claims located on 330 acres adjacent to the Hassayampa River 20 miles south of Prescott, Arizona. The mine is fully permitted, bonded and has seen small scale operation over the last several years. It is now being readied for full scale production. The report is being generated for the owners, Pine Creek Mining, Inc.
Commenting on the project, Michael Chaffee, President, Western Sierra, said "Over the last couple of years, Western has worked on the Gold Basin mine demonstrating commercial viability. Western's work has been historically augmented by Nebeker, Hassell, Zinkl, Melbye and a number of other highly qualified professional geologists. It's just time to assemble all the data together in a single document."
About Western Sierra Mining Corp
Western Sierra Mining is an aggressive gold and silver exploration and mining company focused on the historic mining districts of the Bradshaw mountains of Arizona with additional areas of interest within Nevada and Mexico.
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Contact: Mr. Michael Chaffee 928-680-5513
Mr. Dennis Atkins 405-330-8395
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CONTACT: Western Sierra Mining Corp. 928-680-5513 405-330-8395