Hercules Silver Corp. is focused on the exploration and development of a large-scale disseminated silver-lead-zinc system at Hercules with over 28,000 meters of historical drilling and a newly discovered copper porphyry target which adds significant scale and discovery potential to the system
To develop Idaho’s next large silver resource and position the Company as a prime takeover target in an upward-trending silver market.
Hercules Silver Corp is utilizing modern exploration techniques and geological concepts to explore the forgotten silver district of western Idaho.
Historical operators were focused on developing a shallow high-grade open pit resource with short vertical drill holes, with no attention paid to structural controls on mineralization. Bald Eagles technical team evaluated the historical data and identified the potential for a large disseminated silver deposit, in addition to the mineralization already defined at surface. The Company has aggressive plans to drill over 5.5 kilometers of strike as well as test a new copper porphyry target which was discovered by modern systematic exploration on the property.
Supporting the local community and benefiting all stakeholders
Integrity & Determination
Developing a large mineral resource for the benefit of stakeholders and shareholders
Ingenuity & Competence
Capitalizing on the successes of a proven management team with strong technical backgrounds in developing mineral resources
Board of Directors
CEO and geologist with over 15 years of discovery and capital markets experience, in numerous senior exploration management roles. Principal and Founder at Ridgeline Exploration; acquired by Goldspot Discoveries in 2021. Fundamental in significant copper and gold discoveries for Golden Ridge Resources and Damara Gold Corp. B.Sc. In Geology from Simon Fraser University, Diploma in Mining from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) with over 15 years of corporate accounting, finance and financial reporting experience. Specializes in management advisory services, accounting and regulatory compliance services. Mr. Li holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University.
Over 15 years of corporate finance and public company experience with a background in corporate finance, M&A, corporate, governance, and public accounting. Previous experience with Scotia Capital, Quest Capital (currently Sprott Resource Lending) and various public issuers. BComm degree in finance from Dalhousie University.
Over 18 years of legal experience as director of public companies and securities lawyer with a practice focused on corporate finance, M&A and public listings. Current partner at Gowling WLG. Serves as a director of multiple public companies. BA from Queen’s University and a law degree from Osgoode Hall at York University.
Over 35 years of international experience as a geologist, executive and board member of numerous mining companies. President and CEO of RG Mining Investments Inc. and a director of Big Ridge Gold Corp., Benz Mining Corp., Adyton Resources Corp., and Benz Capital Corp. B.Sc., Geology from the University of Toronto.
VP Exploration with over 12 years of greenfields to brownfields experience throughout Quebec, Ontario, the Yukon Territories and British Columbia. Fundamental in the exploration, development, and advancement of the Bralorne Gold Project in British Columbia, with resources of over half a million ounces of gold. B. Eng. In Geological Engineering from Laval University.
Over 45 years experience in various senior exploration, business development and operation roles at Anaconda Company, Asamera Minerals, Hecla Mining Company, Bema Gold Corp and Kinross Gold Corporation (2007-2011). Played key role in silver creek moly discovery, acquisition and start-up of Hecla's Venezuelan and Mexican assets, and start-up of Bema Gold's Kupol Mine, Russia. Principal at Cameron Resource Consulting with a B.A. in Geology from the U. of Wisconsin, Madison and an M.Sc. in Petrology from the U. of Arizona (1976).
Dr. Tom Henricksen, Ph.D.
Recipient of the 2018 Colin Spence Award for Excellence in Global Mineral Exploration, for his role in the discovery of the Hot Maden hybrid VMS/epithermal deposit in Turkey. He was also involved in recognizing and managing early drilling of the Constancia porphyry copper deposit (now in production by Hud Bay) and the Zafranal copper-gold deposit, both in Peru. He staked the Corani silver deposit in Peru for Rio Tinto. He was also one of the founders of Midas Gold, precursor to Perpetua Resources, now developing the Stibnite Mine in central Idaho, the largest undeveloped gold deposit in the US. Henricksen completed his Ph.D. dissertation in 1974 at Oregon State University, partly based on his work on the Hercules Silver project.
Environmental, Social, Governance
Sustainability has been universally adopted in the natural resource industry and it is integral in how Hercules Silver approaches and implements its development strategy
The Company seeks to build a positive legacy by delivering value to the community both during and after its operating life in Idaho and by building close ties with the community, government and all its stakeholders.
During the exploration phase of the project, Hercules Metals aims to minimize the overall disturbance caused by its exploration activities. The Company’s drilling campaigns will be backed by ongoing reclamation, aimed at supporting the natural wildlife habitat.
The Company aims to strengthen and maintain the natural environment where it operates by implementing environmentally friendly protocols and procedures into its field work programs, consistent with internationally recognized standards.
We engage in meaningful dialogue with the communities we work in, acting in good faith to promote transparency. We aim to be good neighbors and always leave a long lasting and positive legacy in the places we operate.
Our community isn’t restricted to our immediate surroundings, but to anywhere affected by our operations. We respect and consider all potential stakeholders involved, in order to promote economic and social relationships.
We consider engagement and collaboration with government essential for the sustainability of our business.
We are committed to maintaining strong working relationships with our workforce, suppliers, communities, and stakeholders.
The Board of Directors along with the Corporate Governance, Nomination and Compensation Committee is responsible for ensuring that the company’s charters and policies are appropriate for the Company’s operations and at the very least, aspire to exceed industry norms.
We encourage our employees to develop the same positive working relationships with contractors, suppliers and local stakeholders.