All of the properties are located in the "Copper Country" located in the Keweenaw Peninsula, which in turn is located in the north-western part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The entire property position is 13,000 acres and hosts the Centennial Mine, Kingston Mine, and the 543S, G-2 and other chalcocite deposits along with many of the older historic mines. The Centennial Mine is located immediately north of the small town of Calumet near the northern boundary of Houghton County, Michigan. The Kingston Mine is 2 to 3 miles northeast of the Centennial Mine between Calumet and Mohawk, Michigan. The southern portion of the Kingston Mine is on the Houghton-Keweenaw County line. The 543S property is also located in Keweenaw County and lies about 21 miles north of Calumet, Michigan and immediately west of Gratiot Lake. The 543S property lies in the southern portion of the zone of chalcocite prospects. The other chalcocite properties lie 1 to 2 miles southwest to about 13 miles to the northeast. All of the properties are held through private but separated mineral and surface rights. (See Behre Dolbear's Technical Report on the Centennial and Kingston Native Copper, 543S, and Other Copper Sulfide Properties, Houghton and Keweenaw Counties, Michigan, USA'' dated September 29, 2011.