As we continue to explore and evaluate the mineral potential of the Palmer Project, we are making significant investments in understanding the local environment and sharing information on our progress. Darsie Culbeck and Liz Cornejo, our community representatives, have heard from many local residents that protecting fish and water quality is paramount. Some residents have voiced concerns over the potential for acid rock drainage and future tailings storage plans at the Palmer Project. While still relatively early days in our exploration work, we understand these are important topics and they will be carefully studied before any future mine plan proposals are put forth for your review and consideration.

Mining in Alaska is stringently regulated to protect fish and water. The Bureau of Land Management collaborated with many state and federal agencies, and incorporated 228 public comment letters into their Environmental Assessment of our planned exploration work. With over 2,300 pages of data, analysis and supporting documentation, we are confident in the BLM decision to approve our activities and reclamation plan. Thank you for your participation in this process and please know that any future expansion of activities will also undergo a rigorous review before additional permits are ever granted. We look forward to further discussions and informational sessions and to working together with all interested parties throughout the exploration process.

Darwin Green, VP of Exploration, Constantine Metal Resources