Project.

The Project is examining the St. Julian Claim Block, an area that has been extensively explored and mined since the late 1800’s. According to historic exploration data the system could potentially host a multi-million-ounce gold deposit.

Purpose.

Mineral exploration is critical to economic development, preservation of local culture and national security. The US currently imports 100 percent of 20 strategic minerals. Explorations like the Emigrant Project aim to break foreign dependency and preserve national security while creating family-wage jobs.

Process.

Lucky Minerals Montana is committed to a transparent and collaborative public process in shaping the Emigrant Project to match the community’s culture and economic development needs. Modern mineral exploration adheres to stringent regulations that have evolved the industry to be environmentally sustainable and stewardship focused.

People.

Lucky Minerals Montana invites meaningful engagement with local residents, communities, and governments to ensure that the Emigrant Project respects local priorities and advances local interests in employment, business opportunities and infrastructure development.

About Us

Lucky Minerals Montana (LMM) is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Lucky Minerals a Canadian-based venture stage exploration company.  LMM is targeting a large-scale porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum system in southern Montana. In July 2017, Montana Department of Environmental Quality approved the plan of operation for LMM’s private property and issued an exploration license for the St. Julian Claim Block within its Emigrant Project.   The Project is located in a historic mining district that has been extensively explored and mined since the late 1800’s. According to historic exploration data, the system could potentially host a multi-million-ounce gold deposit.

The resource industry can be extremely volatile and inherently impacts local and regional economies, environments and invested social groups. Management of the Emigrant Project is based on sustainable business principles and metrics. By strictly adhering to sustainable development principles, LMM is investing in the long-term economic health of the company and local community.

This lifecycle approach to business aims to leave a net positive imprint or, at the very least, a neutral impact on the geographic areas, local businesses and communities touched by the Emigrant Project. The company is committed to renewed production of minerals and the responsible development of natural resources by using regulatory and cost-benefit analysis tools to achieve balance on economic, environmental and social bottom lines.